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Welcome to our blog! As we grow as a healthcare organization, we are ever mindful of our mission to connect with more people, in more ways. We want to continue to expand not only our facilities and programs, but our reach. We want to be a trusted resource for news, events that inform and educate, and stories that inspire. We hope this blog will be a useful platform, and that you will follow us here.

Wellness at Home: Recommended Sites for You

The fitness experts’ picks for working out, eating well, and finding your zen at home.
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Stuck Home With the Kids: Tips from a Pediatrician

These unprecedented times call for some new parenting rules around the house.
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Address Stress Through Mindfulness (VIDEOS)

In these stressful times, incorporating the skills of living mindfully can reap many rewards, including positive changes in health, attitude and behavior. 
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How to Start a Conversation With Your Kids: A Guide by Age

Talking about milder topics today can prepare you and your child for the trickier conversations later.
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What to Know About the Coronavirus

Know the facts, and call the White Plains Hospital Coronavirus Hotline at (914) 681-2900 if you have been exposed and are experiencing symptoms.
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Springing Forward to Better Sleep

About 70 million Americans suffer from some type of sleep disorder, but there is hope.
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Travel Tips from Your Doctor

Here’s why you should schedule a visit with a doctor after you confirm your reservations.
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Cardiac Care: The Surprising Facts about Heart Attacks in Women

Know the symptoms of heart disease, get screened, and practice prevention.
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I Fell on the Ice! Could I Have Broken My Wrist?

When the temperature drops, wrist injuries rise. Find out about common injuries and the good news about recovery. 
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5 Things I Do to Stay Healthy

With American Heart Month right around the corner, a cardiologist shares 5 simple tips for a healthier heart and a longer life.
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