Marlaina Palmeri, Ph.D.

Dr. Palmeri is a notable educator working with schools to create systems and processes that inspire and motivate administrators, teachers, parents and students.  She focuses on creating exemplary charter schools, as well as the transformation and turnaround of failing schools under the educational reform agenda. 179 more words


Healthcare's War on Costs Is Really a War on Patients

No matter what side of the aisle you’re on, we can all agree that medical progress should be celebrated and accelerated, not halted or even slowed. 737 more words


Seen At 11: Doctor Says Exercise Could Hold The Key To Fighting Chronic Disease

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — The next time you visit your doctor, he or she may write a prescription for the gym instead of the pharmacy. 314 more words


What Your Hospital Can Learn from the HONY Memorial Sloan-Kettering Posts

 If you haven’t seen the beautiful photography and heart-wrenching stories from Memorial Sloan-Kettering on Humans of New York’s Facebook page, do yourself a favor and… 287 more words

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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. 123 more words