Stopping the stress of working from home

By American Heart Association News Working from home during the coronavirus pandemic – and generally hunkering down amid stay-at-home orders – mixes multiple aspects of life. That can be a recipe for stress. For those accustomed...

Ask Amy: Not all relationship flags are red

Dear Amy: For the past few months, I have been dating a guy who (I thought) could be "the one." Tonight, he told me that instead of just being married one time (for 18 years), he was actually married a second time (for two years). This came out of nowhere. I was totally aware of…

A letter to… my psychiatrist, who exploits me

I sought your help 15 years ago when I was desperate: depressed, suicidal and helpless. I couldn’t take the pain any more and, after seeing many psychiatrists and therapists without improvement, I arranged to see you.Your therapeutic style was different and, slowly but surely, it worked. I was so grateful – I owed you my…

Miss Manners: Comedy of errors prevents wedding-gift purchase

Dear Miss Manners: Two years ago, I neglected to give my brother and sister-in-law a wedding gift.We live in a very remote location, and it's difficult and expensive for us to leave our home base. So when we traveled for his wedding, we tacked on several weeks of travel around the country to see all…

7 layer cake recipes to help you bake your way through whatever life piles...

So many of us are turning to baking as a source of comfort while cooped up at home. There are plenty of quick and easy recipes that can help get us through the days (especially with our kids) — a tray of brownies here, a batch of muffins there.But there’s something really special about a…

Lessons from adolescent animals on staying safe

For more than a decade we’ve been immersed in the chaos, exasperation and delight of adolescence. Professionally, we were researching how wild animals across the globe make the perilous leap from childhood to adulthood. Meanwhile at home, we were each raising animal adolescents of the Homo sapiens variety. We’re often asked how studying the behaviour…

TRAID Program Provides Equipment and Technology for People in Need

Are you or someone you know recovering from surgery, in need of mobility devices, looking for a communication device or other piece of adaptive equipment?  The TRAID (Technology Related Assistance for Individuals with Disabilities) Program...

Rome Go Red for Women Luncheon

 The Mohawk Valley celebrated National Wear Red Day to help raise awareness and funds to fight the number one killer of women – cardiovascular disease. The American Heart Association (AHA), the leading voluntary health...

Heart Weekend in Rome hosted by American Heart Association

   Heart Weekend in Rome celebrates the fight against our No. 1 and No. 5 killers – heart disease and stroke. First, the Rome Go Red for Women Luncheon on National Wear Red Day brings local women together...

Update-Honey & Beeswax Candle Door Prizes at Utica Herbal Study Meeting

Honey & Beeswax Candle Door Prizes at Utica Herbal Study Meeting The Utica Herbal Study group will meet Wednesday January 8th at 6:30PM at The Other Side, 2011 Genesee Street, Utica N.Y. Bree Lesniak will lead...
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