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  • No matter what holidays you choose to celebrate this time of year, one thing is undeniable: it's the best time of the year to spread some cheer.

  • When we practice mindfulness, we train our brain to refocus on current surroundings, leaving us in a more peaceful and relaxed state. If you want to practice mindfulness, check out these easy steps.

  • How to Interpret your Medical Results

    Tuesday, December 13, 2016 from 6 - 8 p.m.
    Alumni House at Adelphi University
    154 Cambridge Avenue, Garden City, NY
    Have you ever received test results before meeting
    with your doctor and wondered what everything means?
    Join us to learn how to be a better advocate for your
    health by learning how to better read your records.
    SPEAKER:
    Mitchell A. Adler, MD, JD, MPH, FACP
    Dr. Adler attended medical school at NYU and received his post-graduate training at the NYU Medical Center and Bellevue Hospital, where he completed a three year residency in Internal Medicine followed by one year as Chief Resident. He subsequently joined the faculty of NYU School of Medicine and engaged in private practice between 1984 and 2012. He was a founding partner of the Murray Hill Medical Group (MHMG) in 1992. He helped implement an electronic medical record (EMR) system at MHMG in 1998, which led to his practice’s becoming paperless several years later. After using and optimizing his EMR system for 14 years, he left his practice to join the Northwell Health in 2012, where he is now Chief Medical Informatics Officer for Northwell Health Physician Partners, which is the health system’s ambulatory network. In that position, he oversees the ambulatory electronic health record (AEHR), also known as Allscripts TouchWorks.
    Along the way, Dr. Adler also attended law school at Fordham, was admitted to the New York Bar, and earned a Master’s Degree in Public Health from Columbia University’s Mailman School of Public Health. He served a four year tenure as a member of the American College of Physician’s Medical Informatics Committee. At Northwell Health, he is also a member of the Division of Medical Ethics and an active member of the Ethics Committee.
    REGISTRATION:
    Seating is limited. Pre-registration is required.
    Please call 516-877-4325 or e-mail: breastcancerhotline@adelphi.edu.
    You can also register online by visiting:
    breast-cancer.adelphi.edu/we-can-help/forums/
    .

  • How do we pay attention to current events while still living positively? Well, today we're going to find out. Check out these tips for how to positively live a positive lifestyle.

  • Gratefulness is not something which comes naturally; it needs practice. If you want to live an altruistic life and practice thankfulness this month, check out these easy steps you can take.

  • If you’re interested in living a more altruistic lifestyle and helping those in need this Halloween, check out these five spooky ways you can give back.

  • Here are a few reasons to celebrate this momentous anniversary of United Nations Day, and how you can use it to promote altruism within your own life.

  • A mentorship program has more benefits in store than just for the mentee. If you’re not sure whether it's right for you, take a look at these eight ways becoming a mentor can benefit you.

  • Altruism stretches out, encompassing ourselves, others and nature itself. So how can we put this sense of altruism into real-life? By practicing its values with animal creatures around us.

  • While quotes might not directly stimulate our own lives, they play a significant role in encouraging a positive lifestyle. So go ahead, discover inspiration.

  • You can still be involved with your dearest philanthropic cause without having to get up from the couch. Interested? Check out these easy ways to donate without having to leave your house.

  • The usual “Thank you,” is a wonderful way to show how much you appreciate others, but sometimes it can be fun to be a little more imaginative.

  • Back-to-school season can be exciting, challenging and—with kids—frustrating. You can take advantage of this time to grow and live a positive lifestyle by getting involved in local schools’ philanthropy.

  • The month of August happens to be National Admit You're Happy Month. There are lots of things to be happy about in life, and August is a chance to appreciate all of them.

  • How can you live a brain-healthy lifestyle? By taking steps to work out your noggin! Check out these cool tricks you can practice to exercise your brain and build mental muscle.

  • Whether they’re familial, romantic or platonic, relationships are vital to beneficial and stable lives. So how can we learn to build positive and enriching relationships?

  • Truth is, meditation is powerful. If you’re still unsure whether or not the practice is worth looking into, check out these top ways meditation can help improve your life.

  • Independence Day celebrates the United States' sovereignty, culture and freedom. You can be a part of that by taking advantage of these 5 ideas to honor our nation's troops.

  • When it’s time to start a new healthy habit, it can be pretty difficult. If you’re interested in starting a habit that you can actually stick with, check out these useful tips.

  • Ah, summer… swimming at the pool, laying outside in the sun all day and sitting around a fire at night. What a wonderful season. And one way to make summertime even more amazing is by volunteering at a youth summer camp.

  • Summer can be more than just some extra vacation time—it’s a chance to get involved and volunteer in the community. Summer is an opportunity to give back in philanthropy, so here are 8 hot ways to do just that.

  • June 6th is National Gardening Exercise Day! This is an entire day dedicated to recognizing the important health benefits of gardening. Check out a few of the many advantages to be gained from gardening.

  • Joining a nonprofit board will not only benefit a nonprofit organization, but it will provide amazing benefits to fill up your cup (figuratively speaking, of course). Let’s explore some great reasons to either join or expand your efforts with a nonprofit board.

  • There comes a point where you go from being simply a bystander to a full-on advocate for a cause. Can you pinpoint when it happened for you?

  • While giving days are an awesome idea, your community might not have an established day. Here’s how you can start one, plus other ideas to have impact without a giving day.

  • Mindfuel Daily came up with some awesome ways to show compassion each day and ultimately positively impact others. Check out their examples with our own take on how you can embody compassion for a better life.

  • Living an altruistic life can happen any time you put a little extra thought into your day. Check out these ways that you can show the world you care without using money to do it.

  • A recent article by Forbes suggests that volunteering provides some pretty great benefits, including a kickstart to your career. Let’s explore the different ways that volunteering can help you succeed in your current career, or as you look for a new opportunity.

  • Breaking a bad habit will help show you that you can make positive changes for good. Plus, it’ll help you live a happier life. As provided by WebMD, here are three tips to help kick a bad habit to the curb and start living your happiest, healthiest life.

  • Integrative Healing Center@ Aristocrat PS plans to partner with
    MWCABC in their common mission to not only help support
    women with breast cancer, but to also help all people learn tools to
    look & feel young, health, and beautiful.
    This exciting evening event will be an opportunity to experience
    “speed healing” during which you will be able to rotate through
    stations and learn new tools, try new products, taste new goodies,
    and have a fun and rewarding evening!
    Kristine Blanche, RPA-C, MD, PhD and her team at Integrative
    Healing Center, will share amazing tools for preventing illness and
    living your most vibrant and beautiful life.

    560 Northern Blvd., Suite 109
    Great Neck, NY 11021
    Phone: 516-676-0200
    Website: www.GetIntegrativeHealth.com
    RSVP: info@GetIntegrativeHealth.com

    WELLNESS AND BEAUTY
    SPEED HEALING EVENING
    Biomat healing experience
    Healthy Treats “how to”
    Beauty secrets
    Reiki Circle
    Special Essential Oil Experience
    Other special Healing Sessions

  • About the Art Show:

    SoHo Photo Gallery in NYC (http://sohophoto.com/exhibitions/upcoming/) will be featuring the work of Miana Jun and Rebecca Pine - The Breast and the Sea project (www.thebreastandthesea.com). "The Breast and the Sea project is a written and photographic compilation capturing the strength and beauty of breast cancer survivors and their connections with water. Through this project, Miana and Rebecca seek to support and empower those who have been affected by this disease, and to help normalize their changing bodies."

    The show will run until February 27, 2016. There will be an Artist's Talk on Friday, February 12 from 6-7pm and Saturday, February 13 from 6-7pm and a Survivor Workshop on Saturday, February 13 from 7:30-9pm (the Survivor workshop is for breast cancer survivors, previvors, and those living with active breast cancer).

    Miana and Rebecca will also be the honorees at the this year's Stand Up for Suzanne's luncheon on Saturday, March 12. (http://www.standupforsuzanne.org/

  • Help support our organization by doing your holiday shopping at participating Americana Manhasset and
    select Wheatley Plaza* stores on Thursday, December 3 to Sunday, December 6 during shopping center hours.
    Select our organization when registering for your CHAMPION CARD. Champions for Charity® is a holiday
    shopping benefit where 25% of your full-price pre-tax purchase will be donated to those charities you select.
    Your purchases are not automatically eligible. Your CHAMPION CARD is required to allocate the donation and
    MUST be presented at the time of each purchase.
    To register for your complimentary CHAMPION CARD and for more information about Champions for Charity®
    visit championsforcharity.org, call 516.627.2277 or visit Americana Manhasset’s Concierge Store

 

Manhasset Women's Coalition Against Breast Cancer • P. O. Box 1007 • Manhasset, NY 11030 • Phone (516) 627-2410 • E-mail manhassetbreastcancer@gmail.com