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Fighting On The Front Lines

Fighting On The Front Lines

Hudson Valley essential workers share their experiences with COVID-19 as they risk their lives to help others
Some names have been changed to protect the anonymity of individuals. For Melissa Walsh, a nurse at Orange Regional Medical Center, the worst part of being a health care worker during the COVID-19 pandemic is having to tell hopeful family members that their intubated loved one’s health is declining.

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Co-Parenting During the Coronavirus Pandemic

A Conversation with Martin Butcher of Jacobowitz & Gubits
Attorney Martin Butcher talks about the difficulties the coronavirus pandemic is posing for people going through a divorce, or those co-parenting with a former partner or spouse during this unprecedented crisis.

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Online Pet Therapy: Softening the Virus’s Bite with Cuteness Overload

With folks stranded at home unable to safely socialize, pets are doing double duty comforting their human companions and simulating some sense of normalcy. Pet owners in the Hudson Valley (and around the world) are convening online to share adorable photos of their furry friends, bond, and mutually uplift each other in this difficult time.

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Building an Autism-Friendly World

With autism rates soaring, it’s time to make safe spaces for those on the spectrum.

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The New Menopause

Author Darcey Steinke Discusses Her Latest Book, Flash Count Diary
Health & Wellness editor Wendy Kagan sits down with author Darcey Steinke to discuss her latest book, Flash Count Diary, and the challenges of menopause in the modern era.

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3 Experts Offer Tips for Getting Unstuck from Old Patterns

New year, new you, right? Often easier said than done. To help you actually fulfill your healthy resolutions for 2020, health editor Wendy Kagan talked to experts in three fields for tips on how to get unstuck from old patterns.

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High Time: A CBD Medical Conference and Public Workshop in Newburgh

Everyone from Curious Medical Practitioners to Consumers Can Learn about CBD on December 6
Since the 2014 Farm Bill’s legalized the industrial production of hemp, CBD products have infiltrated the market, showing up in everything from lattes to tampons to gas station gummies.

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CBD Crazed: It's High Time We Looked at the Science Behind the CBD Hype

As CBD products fly off the shelves everywhere from gas stations to wellness boutiques, we peek at the science behind the hype.

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Just Breathe: Breathwork as a Journey of Self-Discovery

Unlocking a state of altered consiousness similar to psychedelics, breathwork is a journey of discovery.

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Woodstock Healing Arts: Bringing Self-Care to Hudson Valley Communities

Everyone is busy. If we’re not working, we are taking care of the kids, the house, the car, our furry family members, and maybe even caring for aging parents. Time for self-care is scarce, but Ben Fleisher, the owner of Woodstock Healing Arts, says it’s vital that everyone take time to care for themselves.

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Treat Yourself: Mirbeau Inn & Spa Rhinebeck is Accepting Reservations

The Spa Mirbeau in Rhinebeck, which will be located at the soon-to-open Mirbeau Inn & Spa Rhinebeck are currently accepting reservations for September 28 and beyond.

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How Far Away Are We From 3D Printing Organs?

Leading Experts Weigh In on the Possibilities
While still a project that requires more time and research, the future of transplant-ready 3D-printed organs is closer to being a reality than you might think.

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Tapping into a Lighter Spirit—Understanding the Emotional Freedom Technique

Using a tapping technique on energy meridians, the alternative modality EFT helps people overcome fear, anxiety, and stress.

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Saugerties Yoga Celebrates its Grand Reopening on June 22

As Saugerties Yoga prepares to celebrate its grand reopening with a Summer Solstice Celebration on June 22, new owner and veteran yoga practitioner Sarah Wilkinson shares her vision for the brand and her philosophies about practicing yoga.

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New Paltz's Mountain Float Spa Wants to Help You "Unplug"

Run out of New Paltz, New York, Mountain Float Spa offers guests a chance to unplug and connect with their minds and bodies through Flotation therapy.

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Where Has All the CBD Gone?

In February 2019, New York food businesses began receiving cease and desist calls regarding CBD products on their menus. A look at recent statements and regulations, and the potential path forward.

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