After months of reflection, I saw the writing on the wall: brain tumor removal; heart drains; respiratory weakness; sepsis; and because all of that is so boring, we spiced things up by contracting shingles in my right eye.
While this earthly vessel is physically compromised – okay, okay, so is my humor – I still dwell in the “can-” part of cancer.
After undergoing gastric revision and hernia repair surgery in May, Saugerties resident Jen Myer only took over-the-counter anti-inflammatory during recovery, thanks new multi-faceted opioid-free pain treatment methods at Northern Dutchess Hospital and other Health Quest medical practices, billed as “Enhanced Recovery After Surgery.”
When you splice a sudden onset fever with a heap of other health challenges, it spells, in the immortal words of Scooby Doo: “Ruh-roh!”
How furious was I? Well, what’s hotter than fire? Try 250,000F of sheer unadulterated rage nebula. And all pinned on my husband.
David Scarpino will wrap up five years as HealthAlliance of the Hudson Valley’s CEO on Dec. 31, HealthAlliance announced last week.
I make champion eater Sonya “the Black Widow” Thomas look like she’s picking at her plate. I’m also chewing away because I’m eating my feelings: My beloved neurosurgeon has Elvised. Left the building. Gone. Totally out of the blue.
Officials at HealthAlliance of the Hudson Valley have submitted design and construction plans to the state Department of Health detailing their $92 million proposal to merge all medical services at its Mary’s Avenue campus in Kingston.
All kinds of fun happening like steroids, my own addled-ness, with things like “How do I dial this number correctly, unlike the first seven times?” and resorting to asking the phone “When are you opening, Crazy Bowlz?
Adherents say they’ve lost weight and think more clearly, and testing shows they don’t have any nutritional deficiencies. But is living on meat alone a good idea?