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John is a graduate of Villanova University with degrees in History, Communications, and Political Science. A lifelong Norwalk resident, he covers an array of topics from real estate and education to sports and entertainment. John has previously worked as a freelance reporter and brings experience in digital media advertising. A surfer, fisherman, and boater, John is prone to drop everything if the fish begin to bite or the waves are on.

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  1. Summer Saviors Or Foot Nightmares? NWH Discusses Seasonal Sandal Usage

    Summer Saviors Or Foot Nightmares? NWH Discusses Seasonal Sandal Usage

    MOUNT KISCO, N.Y. -- After months of socks, sneakers and closed toe shoes, summer marks the welcome return of flip flops, slides and every other variation of sandal. However, is this seasonal footwear a summer savior or a nightmare waiting to happen?According to Dr. John Orrichio, Chief of Podiatry, Northern Westchester Hospital, sandals aren't an issue for most of the ...

  2. NewYork-Presbyterian Offers Comprehensive Cancer Pain Management Treatments

    NewYork-Presbyterian Offers Comprehensive Cancer Pain Management Treatments

    The pain associated with cancer often does more than just hurt. It can interfere with work, daily activities and relationships, but in many cases, is highly treatable. However, many patients do not report pain or seek the necessary treatment.Cancer pain is unique to each individual and depends on a variety of factors. These can include the type of cancer, the stage and location of the ...

  3. NYP's Groundbreaking Research Helps Those With Bone Marrow Cancers

    NYP's Groundbreaking Research Helps Those With Bone Marrow Cancers

    Deep inside our bones, bone marrow produces the blood cells that supply our bodies with life and fight infections. However, when bone marrow fails to produce enough healthy red or white blood cells and platelets, it can quickly become a problem.Every year, about 13,000 people in the U.S. are diagnosed with bone marrow disorders called myelodysplastic syndromes (MDS). Roughly 30 percent ...

  4. Pace Law Taps Environmental Litigator As First Distinguished Professor

    Pace Law Taps Environmental Litigator As First Distinguished Professor

    WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. -- In an age of climate change, sustainability and growing environmental awareness, Pace University’s Elisabeth Haub School of Law recently welcomed one of the fields' most senior experts to its faculty.Starting in fall 2017 Katrina Fischer Kuh will join the Law School’s faculty as the first-ever Haub Distinguished Professor of Environmental Law. An accomplished ...

  5. Pace People This Week: Prisons, Hate Speech And Zebra Fish

    Pace People This Week: Prisons, Hate Speech And Zebra Fish

    PLEASANTVILLE, N.Y. -- Here is a roundup of newsmakers and their news in brief from Pace University:Associate professor of criminal justice and security, Kimberly Collica-Cox, received the Volunteer of the Year Award from Metropolitan Correctional Center for the Parenting, Prison and Pups Program. Learn more about the program here.Assistant professor of communication studies, Adam ...

  6. Don't Make Working Out A Chore: Motivation Is The Key To Staying Fit

    Don't Make Working Out A Chore: Motivation Is The Key To Staying Fit

    Looking to stay fit or get back in shape? It turns out, you're not alone.Recent studies have shown that after decades of immobility, Americans are becoming more and more physically active. According to a 2015 survey, 55 percent of people polled indicated they exercised frequently, a rate that has been increasing since 2008. However, sticking with a regular routine can be difficult. ...

  7. Westchester Hospitals Partner For County's First-Ever Northwell Health Walk

    Westchester Hospitals Partner For County's First-Ever Northwell Health Walk

    WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. -- Nearly 10,000 participants across four New York counties will take steps to support local health care this month, at the annual Northwell Health Walk on Sunday, May 21. The 2017 Northwell Health Walk will take place in Westchester County, Jones Beach, the East End of Long Island and Staten Island, marking the first year that Northwell Health has expanded the ...

  8. Base Tans: Summer Preparation Or Skin Nightmare?

    Base Tans: Summer Preparation Or Skin Nightmare?

    When it comes to preparing our bodies for the powerful summer sun, a bit of early-season color seems to be a natural defense against redness and burning. However, according to dermatologists, developing what's known as a "base tan" and beginning UV exposure early can be deadly.Skin cancer is the most common type of cancer in the United States. In fact, one in five Americans ...

  9. From Rivers To Reservoirs, Water Summit Tackles Global Crisis

    From Rivers To Reservoirs, Water Summit Tackles Global Crisis

    PLEASANTVILLE, N.Y. -- Water has a value greater than just for cooking, consuming and cleaning. It's the lifeblood of civilization, and unfortunately, has become more scarce than ever before.This was the picture painted by scientists and water experts at Pace University’s third Summit on Resilience, which was created to develop problem-solving strategies that address local, national and ...

  10. During Cancer Survivorship, NYP Helps Keep Hearts Beating

    During Cancer Survivorship, NYP Helps Keep Hearts Beating

    Thanks to improvements in cancer detection and treatment, there are over 15.5 million cancer survivors in the United States. However, as cancer survivors live longer, many become at risk for heart problems due to the long-term effects of the very treatments that saved them. Thanks to the work of cardiologists and oncologists, doctors and patients are discovering how to minimize cardiac ...

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