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Dealing With Head Injuries
By Karen Jacobs & Mary McLean
Beep-Beep-Beep... An alarm sounds on Jenna’s iPad as it sits next to her while she works on a long-term assignment for her history class. She examines the screen of the device, which displays a notification entitled math homework. Jenna puts away her history assignment she has been working on and pulls...
By Dr. Peter Kalellis
We often take for granted many valuable and beautiful aspects of our lives. A lack of gratitude can lead to self-destructive behavior such as lack of joy, creativity, motivation, aspects of life that result in a state of unhappiness. Not a pretty picture, but it results in passivity and unresolved misery...
Frank Talk On Cosmetic Dermatology And Medi-Spas
By Ruth J. Katz
To be perfectly frank—no pun intended—Dr. Paul Jarrod Frank, an Upper East Side board-certified cosmetic dermatologist and dermatological surgeon, ironically observes: “Mother Nature isn’t always fair: Too much fat in some places and not enough in others.” Don’t we know it...
Spa Scene: Modrn Sanctuary
By Griffin Miller
By Griffin MillerWhen it comes to luxury spas, it’s pointless to go for the gold when there’s platinum in those dimly lit treatment rooms. Velvet massages, aromatherapy, facials that turn depleted skin to radiance, manicures, pedicures, saunas, Jacuzzis, cushy chairs, Prosecco... guilt-free indulgence...
Pumpkin Spice (And Everything Nice)
By Shari Bilt Boockvar
I’m a sucker for the pumpkin spice trend. My son and I are always looking for those seasonal products that we simply must try before the limited editions are gone. Some people may even assume (or want to believe) that if it’s “pumpkin,” it must be made with real pumpkin and therefore a healthy choice...
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