- People who suffer are not to be ridiculed or mocked. It is not okay to laugh at their pain. Except sometimes, it’s ok to laugh with them.
- After sun poisoning and surviving an attack by a crazed school of angel fish, Laurie’s honeymoon took one more crazy turn. The 20th-anniversary trip should be a piece of cake, right?
- When you study genetics in school, how is it they never teach you that every Y chromosome comes complete with an overactive napping gene?
- School breaks present special challenges for working parents — especially for a former stay-at-home, homeschooling mom transitioning to a new ‘working mom’ lifestyle.
- Homemade corned beef is easy to make, but takes some advanced planning. Here’s how it’s done
- Irish soda bread is easy to make, says chef Kayleigh Van Vliet Baig, who shares her recipe for this St. Paddy’s Day favorite.
- Cinnamon bun pancakes with cream cheese drizzle icing.
- Forget the chili. Serve up something even impatient New Yorkers are willing to wait in line for. Bring the Halal Guys to your kitchen with this winning game day meal that’s sure to score big with everyone at your party.
- Throughout the Old Testament, references to the blowing of the trumpet, or the shofar, signify a call to pay attention and be obedient to the voice of God.
- Let the children and the child-like among us teach us how to love even in the face of rejection, how to encourage and be kind to one another. Let the children teach us to respect one another for who we are and not measure another’s value by the tasks we perform.
- The secret to love can be summarized in just three principles.
- Hope is a conscious choice. Choose hope and it will be the cornerstone of your life.
Bits and Pieces
- The glass ceiling has been cracked but not broken. Women have made great strides toward equality, but we’re not there yet.
- Despite overcast skies and rain, more than 170 people turned out to Run for the Ridley today, the 19th annual 5K race held in downtown Riverhead to benefit the Riverhead Foundation.
March is colorectal awareness month – PBMC uses giant inflatable walkthrough model to raise public’s conciousnessMore than 30,000 people each year would not die from colon cancer if they’d just get screened for the disease as recommended. Peconic Bay Medical Center set up a giant inflatable colon in its lobby this morning to make the point.
- Chronic pain can wreak havoc in the lives of those who suffer from it. Find out more information about how to manage it at this free lecture.
- Peconic Bay Medical Center has received approval from New York State Health Commissioner Howard Zucker to establish two laboratory cardiac catheterization and electrophysiology suites and construct a rooftop helipad.