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Being knowledgeable about communicable diseases is essential when traveling to any country or region in the world, including in the U.S. The number of people striking out to more exotic locations … more
‘Sylvan Land’ at Tusten Theatre NARROWSBURG, NY — Sullivan County Poet Laureate Eric Baylin will hold his final event in the role at 3 p.m. on Saturday, April 23.In “Sylvan … more
EVERYWHERE — Cedarwood oil smells great to a lot of people. It can be found in many consumer products—perfumes, soaps and deodorants, for example. But cedarwood oil also is prized for … more
SCRANTON, PA — One of the fastest-growing fields of medicine, lifestyle medicine differs from mainstream medical approaches by emphasizing non-pharmaceutical, non-invasive treatments such as … more
We all know February is home to Groundhog Day and Valentine’s Day, but it’s also American Heart Month. In observance of it, we as medical providers should be doing everything in our … more
Learn about our beautiful region ONLINE — Catskill Park Day is Tuesday, February 15. To celebrate, Catskill Mountainkeeper is holding two webinars that focus on the beauty and importance … more
February is the American Heart Association’s American Heart Month. This annual recognition continues because of the continuing prevalence of cardiovascular diseases as the major source of … more
Rental boats wanted CANNONSVILLE RESERVOIR REGION — Last year, the New York City Department of Environmental Protection noted an increase in people renting boats to float around on the four … more
HONESDALE, PA — “Exercise,” said Suzanne Atcavage, “is medicine.” Especially for Parkinson’s Disease. No matter your age when it falls into your life like an … more
Vet 2 Vet reps attend dinner with Medal of Honor recipient NEWBURGH, NY — On December 8, veteran advocates Ryan Fuller, Kevin Coates and Crystal Brousseau were able to meet a hero. The … more
REGION — That rural health care is in trouble is so accepted, it’s not even news. Rural Americans are more likely to die from heart disease, cancer, unintentional injury, chronic lower … more
POUGHKEEPSIE, NY — When patients living with sickle cell disease face a sickle cell crisis, blood transfusions can make a lifesaving difference. That’s why the American  Red Cross … more
In Saint Francis de Sales Cemetery in French Woods, NY, there is an obelisk-style gravestone that marks the burial plot of three small children. The stone, a narrow, four-sided pillar, stands to the … more
What's going on in arts, leisure and the community, September 2 to 8 more
Cold breeze tickling the back of your neck in winter? Don’t be in a hurry to seal around that window. The point of ventilation is “to get fresh air into a room,” Robert Dadras, … more
What's new in the Upper Delaware Region August 26 to September 1 more
It’s like the old joke about a priest, a rabbi and a duck—but different. And not necessarily funny. While I’ve had enough of cabin fever to last a lifetime, I’ve been … more
MONTICELLO, NY — The numbers keep going up. As of the August 12 health and family services committee meeting, Sullivan County public health director Nancy McGraw reported, 12 people had been … more
UPPER DELAWARE REGION — As parents worry about the highly transmissible Delta variant but want their kids back in school, decisions have generally been left in the hands of individual school … more
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