doing it again ...

Running the 2015 NYC Marathon was definitely an experience like no other. There was something so fascinating of going through each borough and seeing the city in such a different and unique perspective. 162 more words


SAA Lab Doctor speaks to Montclair Pool Swim Students

The 3rd Annual Swim to Win Against Cancer Pool Swim took place earlier this year in Montclair, N.J., featuring student-athletes from Montclair High School and Newark Academy. 159 more words


Photo of the Week #252

The curved-line look of fisheye lens photos can turn gimmicky quick, but sometimes it’s just the right tool for capturing the whole scene in tight quarters, like for this shot from last week’s Cycle for Survival ride at Equinox in Bethesda, Maryland. 141 more words


Wahooo! Postcard from: Cycle for Survival

By Fiona McMahon, DPT

I am writing you, dear reader, absolutely giddy from Beyond Basics’ day at Cycle for Survival! Cycle for Survival is a fundraising organization that raises money for rare cancer research by hosting one heck of a spin-class party. 236 more words

Women's Health

3 Points for Grammy

“To live in the hearts of those we love is never to die.” – Thomas Campbell

Grammy and Carson- they never met here on Earth but they know each other. 512 more words


Rye Town/Harrison putting on pink

Rye Town/Harrison will be doing a good thing on Monday when it hosts a Pink the Rink game in support of breast cancer research. Each of the players will be wearing a pink sweater that includes the initials of a friend or loved one who has battled the disease or is undergoing treatment.  71 more words


Visible Ink

This is just a quick note to let people know about an amazing program at Memorial Sloan Kettering called Visible Ink. This is a writing program that pairs up professional writers with cancer patients who want to write as an outlet. 227 more words