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Narrowsburg News 6/21

Pollen is ruling our world right now. Our black Subaru Outback is coated with a dull yellow powder, no matter how often we wash it. We blow through a box of tissues (literally) every couple days. And my daughter’s asthma and wheezing have been flaring up to the point of having to do breathing treatments with a nebulizer.

Lake Huntington News 6/21

Hello all, hope you are all well and enjoying this beautiful weather.  A belated Happy Father’s day to all the fathers out  there.  I did not tell you, when I was in CRMC, my brother Teddy was in the Wayne Memorial Hospital ER with the same symptoms.


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Looking Back 6/14

As warm weather finally returns and schools finish the academic year for summer vacation, the time for making hay has begun. This photo shows hay piled high on the back of a truck in Livingston Manor, NY in the early 1900s.


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Dr. Lauren S. Roman, Catskill Regional Medical Group, Primary Care Medical Director

Identifying, understanding and avoiding food allergies

Food allergies are reactions that our bodies have to certain foods. It is important to note that there are other types of reactions our bodies may have to certain foods other than allergies. However, true food allergies develop when the body’s immune system has an abnormal reaction to one or more proteins contained in a food.


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Dr. Patrick Pugliese, medical director of Wayne Memorial Hospital’s emergency department, stands next to telemedicine equipment connecting to a neurologist at Geisinger Medical Center.
 

More patients may be eligible for stroke treatment

HONESDALE, PA — In May, National Stroke Awareness Month, Wayne Memorial Hospital announced that some stroke patients who were previously ineligible for certain treatments may now qualify for those treatments.

Walk to End Alzheimer’s tricky tray

WHITE LAKE, NY — There will be a tricky tray to support the Sullivan & Orange Walk to End Alzheimer’s on Sunday, July 8, at White Lake Fire House, 1596 Route 17B. Doors open at 1 p.m., calling is at 3 p.m. Admission is a $2 donation. There will be raffle prizes, including a 32-inch flat-screen TV. Refreshments will be available.

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