With 2017 set to be a huge year for Lyme, and June and July the worst months for infections, it’s important to know what we’re up against.
This Solstice conjunction will be the most spectacular meeting of planets in our lives.
Saturday, June 24: Craig Chapman of New Paltz Kayaking Tours will supply rental kayaks and canoes at a cost of $10 each, or you can bring your own kayak to join the fleet.
While affordable access to health care for adults remains elusive, it’s heartening to know New York’s program for children will remain regardless of what happens in Washington.
Real-estate clients show up from Brooklyn with huge enthusiasm for this area and absolutely no idea why. That’s what happens when an area develops “buzz.” They don’t know why it’s so great here, but they’ve heard it is and they’re in love before they even get off the Thruway.
“Our homes have been devalued. We had really private homes, and now there’s going to be a huge public parking lot…right across the road.”
One of the key facts of life over the age of 50 is the need to get colonoscopies every ten years, and on an even more regular schedule as one ages over 65.
The anthers of mountain laurel blossoms are ingeniously spring-loaded like miniature catapults, explosively releasing their pollen whenever an insect alights.
Kind-hearted people rescue stray dogs and cats and find them homes, but Chris Layman does just the opposite when he rescues honeybees.
Succinctly defined by the National Wildlife Federation as “the study of how the biological world times natural events,” phenology matters to humans in a million different ways.