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Summer Music at P.S.1
by Teresa Monge - October 13, 2007

You can keep the family cool this summer while you warm up at P.S. 1 Contemporary Art Center in Long Island City. Warm Up 2007 is a summer series of live music and DJ acts that is a widely anticipated summer happening.

Heavy Bleeding Got You Down?
by Teresa Monge - January 24, 2007

New procedure offers relief.

A Troubled Teen No More
by Teresa Monge - January 10, 2007

When Tyrone H.* was a teenager, he insisted on wearing the in-vogue baggy jeans all his friends were wearing.

When Religion Interferes with Conception
by Teresa Monge - February 07, 2007

Working through infertility can be a challenge. But for Orthodox Jewish couples, those challenges get complicated when you factor in religious restrictions.

‘Maverick Moms’ raising admirable boys
by Teresa Monge - August 21, 2005

According to the latest census stats, only 23.5 percent of American families are made up of a mom, a dad, and their children. How are boys doing in all this?

Go ahead and breastfeed! The law’s on your side
by Teresa Monge - August 21, 2005

Just as your plate arrives, you discreetly raise your T-shirt and put your baby to your breast. Your baby is happy, you’re happy. Until the manager approaches you and asks you to take your baby and nurse your child in the restroom. Sound outrageous? You wouldn’t eat your meal in the restroom — why should your child have to eat in the restroom?

Eye Doctors Open Their Hearts to restore sight around the world
by Teresa Monge - July 21, 2005

The philosophy of ORBIS is the well-known one: Give a man a fish, he eats for a day. Teach a man to fish, he eats for a lifetime. Only with ORBIS, the fishing boat is a DC-10 aircraft known as the Flying Eye Hospital. ORBIS is a non-profit, humanitarian organization dedicated to preserving and restoring sight in the developing world,. They accomplish this by strengthening the capacity of local partners in their efforts to prevent and treat blindness.

Ask Dr. Nancy — about alternatives
by Teresa Monge - May 21, 2004

AskDrNancy is not just a memorable email address — it is what her patients do all the time. Dr. Nancy is Nancy Gahles, a chiropractor who is also certified in classical homeopathy. She operates two Health and Harmony Wellness Education resource centers for complementary and alternative medicine — one in Belle Harbor and another on East 58th Street in Manhattan.

A New Quest Begins in Queens
by Teresa Monge - October 21, 2003

ThinkQuest is getting students thinking. They’re thinking about alcohol abuse, the Civil War, lasers, bridges, penguins, U.S. Presidents, and families; and they’re putting these thoughts into websites for the entire world to see.

Kids on the Move Rebecca Mader: Rosedale's Young Asset
by Teresa Monge - April 21, 2002

Rebecca Mader celebrated her 15th birthday in February, a month when the nation celebrates two great leaders, George Washington and Abraham Lincoln. Mader already shows signs of superior leadership in her own corner of the world - Rosedale, Queens.

The OWN school opens at last in Astoria
by Teresa Monge - November 21, 2002

Walking into the newly refurbished building that is now Our World Neighborhood Charter School (OWN), a parent must intuitively sense that any of their students are embarking on a special journey.

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