The Health Issue: Awareness and Research

Medical office - middle-aged male doctor greeting patient, shaking hands.
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The New York Times Magazine of May 15th 2016 issue was dedicated to the anatomy of cancer. For most of us it is a very sad and disturbing issue, and in majority people do not like to talk about it or even mention the word. I know that it is not a pleasant topic, but I think that it is very important to build a good understanding and spread awareness about different health issues including “The big C”. One of the starting points in understanding is the development and genetics behind the disease. One of the articles does a great job in creating a clear picture through images and facts what the development of cancer looks like: Continue reading

A new home for the Graduate School of Speech Language Pathology

Flatbush Midwood Campus

Midwood Flatbush Library (Ave J) has always been the main library for both the undergraduate and graduate programs in Speech Language Pathology, which are part of the Lander College of Arts and Sciences. We have provided support for undergraduate and graduate programs with print and electronic books & journals for over 15 years. Continue reading

Yoga: Is it for me?

(CC0 image via Pixabay)
(CC0 image via Pixabay)

Some of you might have asked this question at some point in your lifetime. Others might have simply come to the conclusion, “Yoga is not for me,” without really trying it. I have been in this second group for a very long time. I considered myself more of a Pilates girl and always thought that yoga was boring and not very challenging. I guess I was wrong.  I have been practicing Yoga for the past 8 months, and I have become very fond of it. It started as a New Year‘s resolution, thinking, “Let’s give it a try. I can always stop if I don’t like it,” but I am glad that I decided to try. Continue reading