New York Medical College Faculty Members Treat Ukrainians on Mission Trip

Augustine Moscatello, M.D., M.S., a professor of clinical otolaryngology and chair of the Department of Otolaryngology at New York Medical College (NYMC) and director of otolaryngology at Westchester Medical Center, […] Read more »

Westchester County Office of Economic Development and Westchester County Association Shine Spotlight on Area’s Life Sciences Ecosystem

The Westchester County Office of Economic Development (OED) and the Westchester County Association (WCA) will host All Access Healthcare: Regional Life Sciences Outlook on February 2, 2023, at the Auditorium […] Read more »

Long-term Care Not Just About Older People: How Public Health is Addressing the Care Giving Gap for the Younger Generation

Former First Lady Rosalynn Carter once said there are only four kinds of people in the world: those who have been caregivers, those who are caregivers, those who will be […] Read more »

Briarcliff Food Service Director is Looking to Add More to the Menu

Coming soon to your school cafeteria! There is a new Food Service Director in the district and he has a lot of new and exciting ideas that he is bringing […] Read more »

Red Cross, Peyton Manning Huddle Up for a Lifesaving Play this January

This January, the American Red Cross and Pro Football Hall of Famer and blood donor Peyton Manning are asking people to score big for patients in need – while getting […] Read more »

Four Fool-Proof Ways to Stick to Your Health Goals in 2023 

Have you ever found yourself one or two months into the New Year giving up on your health and fitness goals wondering what’s wrong with you, and why it seems […] Read more »

Open Door Family Medical Center Celebrates 50 Years

Open Door Family Medical Center is 50 years old. Beginning modestly a half century ago with a group of volunteer doctors and nurses in the basement of the First Baptist […] Read more »

Caring for the Hungry and Homeless of Peekskill Awarded a $100,000 Grant for Fred’s Pantry

Caring for the Hungry and Homeless of Peekskill (CHHOP) has been awarded a $100,000 grant from the Mother Cabrini Health Foundation for Fred’s Pantry. The funding from the grant will […] Read more »

New & Noteworthy: A Holistic Approach to Beauty Inside and Out

Peekskill’s Teakin Coyle always had a dream when it came to making the most of her varied talents. “It has always been a goal of mine to take care of […] Read more »

Putting STEM to Work: Efficient Genetic Sequencing Through Automation 

Through the generous support of Regeneron, four times a year River Journal publishes the on-site report of a high school science student from the River Towns who is paired with a […] Read more »