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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. Pass On The Electronic Puff, Say Experts At Northern Westchester Hospital

    Pass On The Electronic Puff, Say Experts At Northern Westchester Hospital

    MOUNT KISCO, N.Y. -- Don't let their smoke-free composition or playful flavors fool you: electronic cigarettes and vapes are dangerous products.These electronic smoking gadgets were originally developed as safer nicotine delivery devices for those trying to kick cigarettes. "If you’re an adult who hasn’t found success with smoking cessation programs, I would rather you vape than ...

  2. Climate Action Summit Links Leaders From Hamptons To Hudson Valley

    Climate Action Summit Links Leaders From Hamptons To Hudson Valley

    BEDFORD, N.Y. -- When it comes to tackling the issues surrounding climate change, it all begins local.That's the message Ellen Rouse Conrad, co-founder and co-president of Westchester-based Bedford 2020 plans to share at the organization's upcoming Climate Action Summit, which will be held Feb. 3 in Bedford."The public is aware of the problems climate change has produced in our ...

  3. Cancer Center’s Holistic Services Help Patients Through Their Journey

    Cancer Center’s Holistic Services Help Patients Through Their Journey

    MOUNT KISCO, N.Y. -- While undergoing cancer treatment, handling the rigors of everyday life can be challenging. So when Jennifer, a breast cancer patient at the Cancer Health and Wellness Program at Northern Westchester Hospital, first began her treatment, she knew she'd need the help of a team."When I first found out that I was going to need radiation therapy, my first concern ...

  4. How To Protect Your Aging Spine

    How To Protect Your Aging Spine

    Suffering from acute back pain isn't a unique experience. Roughly 8 out of 10 Americans experience spine discomfort of some sort, commonly worsening with age.“As the body ages, the spine takes on additional pressure and wear,” said Dr. Pierre Bruneau, an orthopedic surgeon at CareMount Medical. “But while these conditions increase among seniors, medical innovations are making it easier ...

  5. Pneumococcal Vaccines Offer Protection From Serious Childhood Illnesses

    Pneumococcal Vaccines Offer Protection From Serious Childhood Illnesses

    When it comes to preventing illness, vaccines stand at the forefront of disease protection."Vaccines strengthen our body’s immune response," said Dr. Amy Amin Patil, a pediatrician at CareMount Medical. "After a vaccination, our immune system creates antibodies that can protect us from future exposure to a disease."Vaccines are especially important in children, and ...

  6. 'Anyone But Me': Former Fireman Recounts Sudden Cardiac Emergency

    'Anyone But Me': Former Fireman Recounts Sudden Cardiac Emergency

    Seemingly the model of perfect health, Kevin Quinn, 63, decided to take his daily jog one March afternoon. However, as the retired New York City fireman and Rockland County resident began his usual running route, his body didn't feel normal.“I was almost a mile into the run, and I felt something strange — a pressure or a pain in my chest,” he said. “Something stopped me. I asked myself, ...

  7. Is There A 'Right' Way To Wash Your Hands?

    Is There A 'Right' Way To Wash Your Hands?

    During the height of cold and flu season, using warm soap and water to clean your hands is important to reduce the risk of infection. A seemingly mindless task, washing your hands actually requires a bit of attention to effectively avert contraction.According to Dr. Sheila Nolan, chief of Pediatric Infectious Diseases at Maria Fareri Children’s Hospital, a member of the Westchester ...

  8. Northern Westchester Hospital Helps Skier Return To Slopes

    Northern Westchester Hospital Helps Skier Return To Slopes

    MOUNT KISCO, N.Y. -- From skiing and hiking to mountain biking and organized sports, Scott was used to living an active lifestyle. However, after a lingering high school sport injury gradually reduced his knee's mobility, he decided that giving up his hobbies just wasn't an option."Following a high school athletic injury, the right half of my right knee degraded and I did not want ...

  9. Rye Brook Singer Combines Nature, Song

    Rye Brook Singer Combines Nature, Song

    WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. -- From the Pacific Northwest to the mountains of Germany, Carol McMillan has always found a home in music."I think my mother was one of those people who believed that music was the cornerstone of education," said McMillan, a Rye Brook resident and member of the Westchester Choral Society.Growing up in Santa Barbara, Calif., McMillan developed a love ...

  10. Comfortably Historic: Energize Bedford Helps Modernize Local Home

    Comfortably Historic: Energize Bedford Helps Modernize Local Home

    BEDFORD, N.Y. -- There are countless reasons to consider improving a home's energy efficiency: decreased heating and cooling costs, helping the environment and creating a better, more civic-minded community are just a few. But for one Katonah family, going green also meant being able to love the winter again."We live in a very old house, built in 1902," said Andy Chintz, a ...

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