Do you scroll through your social media feeds and feel like your friends have fabulous lives? Does it make you feel like you’re inadequate? Read on for tips on how to break that cycle!
Each February, millions of people come together to celebrate National Cancer Prevention Month to raise awareness about cancer and ways to safeguard health. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), prevention is the most cost-effective and sustainable approach for regulating disease.
Pasternack Tilker Ziegler Walsh Stanton & Romano, LLP possesses experienced workers compensation and social security disability attorneys, including Catherine M. Stanton, Esq., senior partner, who is head of the firm’s workers’ compensation department, and who is also an EAC Network Board Member. Cathy recently shared why she and her firm are so dedicated to giving back to the community and being a Community Partner.
Under the new tax bill, many itemized deductions were greatly reduced or completely eliminated. The deduction for charitable contributions is still intact, and the limitation increased to 60% of AGI, but with the loss of deductions and the increased standard deduction, many taxpayers will no longer itemize. That could mean a significant decrease in charitable giving.
Last month, Abby Uzamere, Ariel Nelson, and I (of YDR Events) hosted our annual #Sunsational summer charity pool party at a private home in Dix Hills. #Sunsational is one of the two annual events that are part of our #Down4theCause party series. #Down4theCause is a fun, philanthropic party series in which…
One summer danger that can be incredibly serious – and potentially deadly – is heatstroke. The elderly must pay closer attention to what their bodies are telling them and take extra precautions when out in the sun, as they are much more likely to develop heatstroke. Here’s a quick primer on heatstroke and how you or your loved one can prevent it.