2016 Wellness Guide


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We all know an apple a day keeps the doctor away, but there’s more to staying healthy than just fruit. From six months to 60+ years, this guide has tips, workouts, advice, and treatments for being, feeling, and looking your best. 

Kids & Teens

Is Your Child Being Bullied?

How to tell and what to do about it

Face the Facts

Teen acne: causes and treatments

What to Feed Your Baby

A local pediatrician and mother of three keys us in on what foods to feed babies and at what age.

Worried Sick

What do parents worry too much about? What should they worry more about? 


20s & 30s

Stressed Out

Millennial are an anxious lot. Here's how to chill.

Sexual Healing

What you need to do to protect your sexual and reproductive health.

Insuring Independence

Leaving your parents' insurance plan.

Smile Pretty

Dental Health Do's and Don'ts.  

Survival of the Fittest 

Maria Capparelli, MD, an internist at Westchester Medical Center, offers advice on how Millennials can stay fit and healthy. 

40s & 50s

Happy Feet

You may have the face of a 30-year-old, but your feet know the truth! Here's how to keep them young and healthy. 

Supplements: Which Should You Add?

As you get older, your body's nutritional needs change. Here's how to supplement your diet.  

Below the Belt 

5 "down there" health concerns of middle-aged men. 

The Change before the Change

Yes, perimenopause is "a thing." 

Hair Today 

Can hair loss be treated—or reversed?

60s & Seniors 

Paws for Healing

Animals are more than just pets. They offer comfort, companionship, and can even help mend a broken heart. 

Seeing is Believing

Eye care gets even more important as we get older. 

Going Strong

Stay fit forever—here's how. 

Transitioning to Assisted Living 

Knowing what to look for in an assisted-living facility is half the battle.

Joint Venture 

How to take care of your bones and joints as you age.

Related Articles

Consider the Alternatives

A roundup of alternative therapies available right here in Westchester. 

State of Emergency Care 

Emergency Medicine in Westchester has come a long way in the past decade. 

Fitness Phenoms

The county's most sough-after personal trainers, coaches, and instructors.

No Knives Necessary 

6 no-knife, minimal-discomfort nips and tucks. 

 

 

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