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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.

Staying Healthy Through the Holidays

Eating right and taking care of yourself can often be a challenge during the holiday season. Here are some suggestions on just how to do that.

 

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Caregiver, take care of yourself!

November is the time to acknowledge the contributions of family members who provide care for loved ones.

 

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Adopt an Attitude of Gratitude – It will make you feel better

Research suggests that being grateful and gracious can increase your sense of well-being.
 

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Thanksgiving is a good time to learn about your family health history

National Family Health History Day can open a discussion about health, genetics and ancestry.
 

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Today’s the Day – So Kick the Habit!

Can you accept the challenge of not smoking – for just 24 hours? It could become the first step to a smoke-free life.

 

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Water. Here’s to your health!

 Consuming enough water each day is essential to good bladder health.

 

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White Plains Hospital recognizes and thanks its veterans

Photo of some of our veterans on Veterans Day 2017

Veterans contribute to the safe, exceptional delivery of health care at White Plains Hospital

 

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One in three Americans is pre-diabetic – and 90% of them don’t know it. (cdc.gov)

If you’ve been diagnosed, take it as a warning sign – and take action!

 

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Tired of Daylight Savings Time yet?

You gain an hour on Sunday. What you may actually lose.

 

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Lung Cancer Screening: A Lifesaving Difference

Each year, lung cancer takes more lives than breast, colon, and prostate cancers combined.
 

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