In today’s rapidly-moving world, achieving one’s fitness goals amidst meetings, parenthood, and overflowing schedules seems insurmountable; unless, as first proposed by Equinox, wellness becomes a commitment just as integral to self-actualization as the rest of your day-to-day priorities. 955 more words
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I just posted this on Facebook. I did not edit it. I may later.
Hey Facebook. I can’t sleep… Haha…I am sure some of to know this happens to me a lot. 786 more words
Ramondy Thermidor has been a dedicated member of the Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center team for nearly a decade. Since joining Memorial Sloan as a Radiology Unit Assistant in 2008, Ramondy has time and again proven herself to be an invaluable part of the Radiology Unit, providing a level of service and commitment that would earn her a supervisor position as Radiology Administrative Coordinator in 2011 and another promotion to Administrative Manager in 2014. 108 more words
I had told you a little bit about Jonathan earlier. But suggest those that do not know Jonathan and what he brings to the childhood cancer community generally, and to Max Cure Foundation specifically as our Executive Director, view the link below. 166 more words
Thankfully, yesterday’s cardiology appointment and weekly chemotherapy session were both uneventful. The mystery fever hasn’t come back and I haven’t had any more rapid heart episodes since my last visit to Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center’s (MSKCCs) urgent care facility. 537 more words
My recent hospitalization was the longest and most volatile, resembling that of a roller coaster ride at an amusement park. What started with a fever prompting our arrival at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center’s (MSKCC’s) urgent care facility in New York last Thursday evening ended up escalating to a brief visit to the intensive care unit (ICU) as detailed in my prior post. 755 more words