Posted in General | January 17, 2020
The New Year is a great opportunity to create new habits and start eating right. Maria Biondi, RDN, CDN, Wellbeing Coach for NewYork-Presbyterian Queens, suggests the following tips for a nutritious diet and a healthy year ahead. “As folks look towards the New Year, many of…
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Posted in General | January 15, 2020
Now that the holidays (and holiday eating) are over, a new year brings New Year’s resolutions. For many of us, that means regular exercise—whether it’s to lose weight, build stamina, or just improve our health overall. Many people can’t afford gyms and health clubs, or may not…
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Posted in General | November 6, 2019
Each year, up to 20 percent of Americans come down with the flu. While the exact timing varies, flu activity generally starts in October and November and peaks between December and February, sometimes extending to May. The single best way to prevent the flu is to get the…
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Posted in Education | September 21, 2019
It's Back-To-School Week at all NYC libraries! Visit any public library across New York City to find everything you need to succeed this school year—from millions of books to programs, computer access, educational resources, and more—all for FREE. Here's NewYork-Presbyterian's…
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Posted in Events | August 14, 2019
The Queens Public Library team at the 2017 Run the River 5K. Queens Public Library is once again partnering with the Randall’s Island Park Alliance for Run the River, a 5K race on Randall’s Island! Whatever your experience or background, you can run with us to help protect the…
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