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The milestones have been plentiful for two-year-old previously conjoined twins, Jadon and Anias McDonald, and on September 2, they added a new one to their growing list... going home. Admitted to Blythedale’s Infant and Toddler …READ MORE >>
Thirteen-year-old Tasnim moved to the United States from Bangladesh in 2015, and settled with her family in Brooklyn. She quickly acclimated to her new school - excelling in academics, playing on the volleyball team, and making many friends. When …
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Yoga Tips For Runners
What are the benefits of adding Yoga when training for a race? Physically, yoga can help counteract some of the tightness that is common in many runners. That is probably what most people think of when they think of yoga as “cross …
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Furry friends help kids at Valhalla children’s hospital tackle their ABCs
Mt. Pleasant Blythedale School offers ‘Reading with Rover’ therapy dog program to young patients throughout the year
Neurology Today Conference Reporter: CNS Annual Meeting
KANSAS CITY, MO—Some children with anti-N-methyl-D-aspartate (anti-NMDA) receptor encephalitis remain impaired even after months of intensive rehabilitation, according to an analysis of patients who were admitted to a rehabilitation hospital in New York state.
The Formerly Conjoined McDonald Twins' Amazing Journey Home
Valhalla, New York (CNN) Nicole and Christian McDonald entered their boys' hospital room for a final time. In a corner room of Blythedale Children's Hospital in Valhalla, New York, Jadon and Anias had recovered for the past nine months of extensive rehabilitation after the surgery to separate the formerly conjoined twins.
School Starts for Some Valhalla Students
It's the first day back to school for students at Mt. Pleasant Blythedale School, a Westchester County school where educators teach kids who are being treated at the Blythedale Children's Hospital.
NY Teen Fights to Walk Again After Double-Amputation
NEW YORK (FOX 5 NEWS) - A 14-year-old girl is proving hard work and determination can go a long way. Tasnim Rahman lost both her legs below the knee to a rare bacterial infection. But she is not letting that stop her.