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John Haffey

Client Editor jhaffey@dailyvoice.com

John is a graduate of Villanova University with degrees in History, Communications, and Political Science. A lifelong Norwalk resident, he covers an array of topics from real estate and education to sports and entertainment. John has previously worked as a freelance reporter and brings experience in digital media advertising. A surfer, fisherman, and boater, John is prone to drop everything if the fish begin to bite or the waves are on.

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  1. Want To Avoid Peanut Allergies? Start Young, Says WMC

    Want To Avoid Peanut Allergies? Start Young, Says WMC

    Forget everything you’ve ever learned about slowly introducing peanuts to your baby, because according to Dr. Subhadra Siegel, pediatric allergist and immunologist at Maria Fareri Children’s Hospital, a member of the Westchester Medical Center Health Network, the recommendation to avoid peanuts with babies is a thing of the past.“The old recommendation was to avoid peanuts and nuts ...

  2. In The Face Of Sorrow, One Family Rallies Around Mother's Disorder

    In The Face Of Sorrow, One Family Rallies Around Mother's Disorder

    A healthy mother of three teen boys, Sandra Nunez was eagerly anticipating her fourth child in April 2017. However, tragedy struck when she unexpectedly suffered a miscarriage in her second trimester. Over the following months, she searched for an answer to what went wrong, before finding an unexpected cause.She spent the night of the miscarriage at a local hospital. Her blood pressure ...

  3. Going For A Ride This Spring? Here's Why You Need To Wear A Helmet

    Going For A Ride This Spring? Here's Why You Need To Wear A Helmet

    As the weather warms and roads are cleared of sand and salt, biking offers a healthy and fun way to take in the spring season. However, before riding down the block or around town, it's important to always put on a helmet.“Bicycle helmets reduce the risk of head and brain injuries in the event of a crash, but only 18 percent of bicyclists wear them,” said Angela Katz, trauma injury ...

  4. WMC Technician Experiences Other Side Of Comforting Care

    WMC Technician Experiences Other Side Of Comforting Care

    In her more than 30 years as an X-ray technician at St. Anthony Community Hospital, Lori Lade has learned what it means to work in the close-knit Westchester Medical Center Health Network.Over those three decades with the hospital’s radiology department, the 66-year-old Warwick resident has made compassionate care a priority: greeting patients warmly, explaining procedures, encouraging ...

  5. WMC Explains How To Keep Hearts Healthy After Failure

    WMC Explains How To Keep Hearts Healthy After Failure

    According to cardiac specialist Dr. Alan Gass, the advice he gives to patients with heart failure is designed to be simple yet effective: stop drinking alcohol, stop smoking, lose weight and start exercising. “If you have heart failure, do all of that, plus watch your salt and water intake, and be active,” said Gass, medical director of Cardiac Transplantation and Mechanical Circulatory ...

  6. And The Winner Goes To: WMC, For Keeping Oscar Manufacturers Best In Show

    And The Winner Goes To: WMC, For Keeping Oscar Manufacturers Best In Show

    The Academy Awards may be synonymous with the glitz and glamor of Southern California, but the evening's real stars -- the iconic trophies themselves -- actually boast local, New York roots.Believe it or not, the Oscar is manufactured here in the Hudson Valley. And The Work Place at MidHudson Regional Hospital helps workers at Polich Tallix, an internationally known metal foundry in ...

  7. 'Oh No, What Do I Do?' WMC Answers Everyday Medical Questions

    'Oh No, What Do I Do?' WMC Answers Everyday Medical Questions

    From bumps and scrapes to accidents in the kitchen, many everyday injuries are unavoidable. To help area residents better understand the severity of common injuries -- and what to do about them -- Westchester Medical Center doctors share their advice and tips:You’re renovating your home and step on a nail. Should you remove it yourself?According to Dr. Ivan Miller, Director of Emergency ...

  8. One More Round: How To Avoid Overdrinking

    One More Round: How To Avoid Overdrinking

    Enjoying a beer, glass of wine or well-mixed cocktail, either with a meal or by itself, is one of life's great treats and can have numerous positive benefits. In fact, studies have shown that drinking beverages like wine can actually boost overall health. However, knowing when to stop and what constitutes overdrinking is important to both physical and emotional well-being.“Binge ...

  9. Westchester Medical Center Helps Young Dancer Fight Mystery Diagnosis

    Westchester Medical Center Helps Young Dancer Fight Mystery Diagnosis

    ORANGE COUNTY, N.Y. -- Many serious health diagnoses can often be pinpointed to a single, sometimes minor warning event. For Sheila-Anne Arline, an 11-year old dancer, a seemingly innocuous ankle injury marked a traumatic episode that would ultimately span several doctors and the entire Eastern seaboard.“Her ankle swelled enormously, unbelievably,” recalled her mother, Alecia Turnbull. ...

  10. Generational Gratitude: Putnam Family Gives Thanks For WMC Healing

    Generational Gratitude: Putnam Family Gives Thanks For WMC Healing

    MAHOPAC, N.Y. -- When a family member receives life-saving treatment from a doctor and medical staff, the next of kin often take notice. In the case of the Hartnett family, gaining a new lease on life wasn't just a one-time affair. When Luisa Hartnett, 67, underwent emergency heart surgery last fall, she became the third member of her family to undergo surgery at Westchester Medical ...

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