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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. Hosting The Holidays? Here Are Four Easy Tips To Touch-Up Any Room

    Hosting The Holidays? Here Are Four Easy Tips To Touch-Up Any Room

    From dinners and parties to family traditions around the fireplace, the holidays are truly all about the home. However, hosting these gatherings can be stressful, especially if certain rooms are in need of redecoration or repair.Thankfully, the interior design experts at Wallauer's Design Center shared their tips on how to make your home shine this holiday season, without breaking the ...

  2. It’s Time To Train For Shoveling Snow Says ONS

    It’s Time To Train For Shoveling Snow Says ONS

    HARRISON, N.Y. -- Even though the first snowfall of the season isn't forecasted to amount to much, now is a good time to start conditioning for the inevitable piles of snow that will require shoveling this winter.According to Dr. Alex Levchenko, an interventional spine pain management specialist at Orthopedic and Neurosurgery Specialists (ONS), all too often, people who are inactive ...

  3. Pancreatic Cancer: Trying To Outwit A Killer

    Pancreatic Cancer: Trying To Outwit A Killer

    Pancreatic cancer is claiming its place in the spotlight after taking the lives of several prominent celebrities and citizens over the last few years. The fourth most common cause of cancer death in America, the disease claims more than 43,000 lives each year.There is no screening test recommended for the general population and the disease is notoriously resistant to chemotherapy. ...

  4. A Worrisome Trend: More Cases Of Liver Cancer

    A Worrisome Trend: More Cases Of Liver Cancer

    Your liver has a lot of responsibilities. It filters toxins from your blood, makes bile to digest fats, produces substances that help blood clot and makes, stores and releases sugar for energy. So when cancer strikes the liver, it's serious.Primary liver cancer (hepatocellular carcinoma) starts in the liver, but it can also develop in the cells that line bile ducts in the liver ...

  5. To Screen Or Not To Screen? WMC Explains Cancer Prevention

    To Screen Or Not To Screen? WMC Explains Cancer Prevention

    Research has shown that cancer detected in its early, less developed stages is significantly easier to address and treat. In order to help patients identify problems before they arise, knowing which preventative cancer screenings are necessary is an important first step.   “It’s a good idea to discuss the latest recommendations for cancer screenings with your primary-care doctor during ...

  6. What To Do If Your Child Suffers An Orthopedic Injury While Playing Sports

    What To Do If Your Child Suffers An Orthopedic Injury While Playing Sports

    For a parent, there can be a lot of anxiety when your child gets hurt and you don’t know what to do. As a sports medicine physician and parent who has covered many sporting events from the sidelines, and has been the medical director and team physician of high school and college athletic teams, here’s some advice on how to approach the situation.Being prepared is the first step. Prior ...

  7. Organ Donations Offer A Chance For Charity

    Organ Donations Offer A Chance For Charity

    NEW YORK -- It's no secret that organ donations save lives. Whether given through a living donor or obtained via an end-of-life procedure, the act of donating a vital organ to those in need can literally be a gift of life.However, some New Yorkers are reluctant to become part of this life-saving list, citing religious or moral objections to the practice. While it's important that ...

  8. Acclaimed Music Director Keeps County's Oldest Chorus In Tune

    Acclaimed Music Director Keeps County's Oldest Chorus In Tune

    WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. -- Like many lifelong musicians, Frank Nemhauser's love of music began at a young age. "I had piano lessons when I was a small boy and played trumpet and joined the chorus in high school while growing up in Croton-On-Hudson," said Nemhauser, Westchester Choral Society's music director. "I really enjoyed singing and meeting other people interested ...

  9. On Par: ONS Puts Golfer On Path For The Shot Of A Lifetime

    On Par: ONS Puts Golfer On Path For The Shot Of A Lifetime

    GREENWICH, Conn. -- Sinking a hole-in-one would give any golfer cause to celebrate. For James Dean, 73, achieving golf’s ultimate shot was particularly gratifying, considering it happened nearly a year to the day after a total shoulder replacement surgery.“I’ve been a golfer for 35 years, have played more than 2,000 rounds of golf and never came close to a hole-in-one,” said Dean, a ...

  10. Still Need A Flu Shot? Go Right Now Says CareMount Medical

    Still Need A Flu Shot? Go Right Now Says CareMount Medical

    WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. -- Influenza is nothing to sneeze at. Infecting millions of Americans annually and causing tens of thousands of hospitalizations and deaths each year, the flu often affects society's most vulnerable.With work and school in full swing, the fall season is ripe for the person-to-person spread of the flu virus. According to Dr. Barbara Alpert, a specialist in ...

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