How to get a job in the digital age
The past two decades of innovation have changed America’s economic landscape in ways that are vast and irreversible. From the gig economy to the sharing economy, it seems like each day our businesses and lives are reshaped by modernization. “We’re going through a digital revolution that’s as large scale as the industrial revolution we experienced more than 100 years ago,” says Philip Zelikow, visiting managing director of the Markle Foundation and co-author of “America’s Moment: Creating...
Baltimore Raven John Urschel is the original mathlete
John Urschel is best known as an offensive lineman for the Baltimore Ravens. But he’s also a mathematics whiz who has published academic papers (his latest: “A Cascadic Multigrid Algorithm for Computing the Fiedler Vector of Graph Laplacians”!!!), taught college calculus (at alma mater Penn State) and presented research to the NSA. In addition to teaching during the off-season, Urschel is now partnering with new startup Persado, figuring out how to use math to generate compelling ad copy. (So,...
How to avoid the post-graduation blues
Graduation is the end of one journey and the beginning of another. However, if you're one of the many graduates who find themselves in a post-college "mid-life" crisis, fear not. We asked Lindsey Pollak, millennial workplace expert and author of “Becoming the Boss: New Rules for the Next Generation of Leaders,” for three tips on how to avoid sinking into depression after school. Don't get down on yourself First, think about what you’ve just achieved. Graduation is a major accomplishment — one...
Sea Lemon's top 3 DIYs for the summer
Whether you want to escape the stifling heat or need an activity to occupy kids on school break, summer is a great time for DIY projects! Check out my top three DIYs for the summer: 1. DIY travel wallet: A travel wallet is a great way to keep all those important things (ID, passport, boarding passes) in one place, so you can easily have them on hand. For the summer travelers out there, this is a super easy and inexpensive wallet you can make at home before your trip. You can make it out of...
Boston University: A Century of Summer Study
Summer 2: June 29–August 7 Register today. Call 617-353-5124 or visit bu.edu/summer. There is still time to register for Boston University Summer Term session 2 classes. Experience one of the largest and longest-running summer study programs in the Northeast—now celebrating 100 years. With hundreds of undergraduate and graduate courses in over 75 academic subjects, Summer Term session 2 offers: Professional Development Evening courses in advertising, business, education, information...
Bramson ORT College
Our Spring 2015 Registration is in Progress! • Financial Aid For Qualified Students • Day, Evening, & Sunday Classes • Exam Prep & Free Tutoring • Affordable Tuition • Small Class Size • Career Internships • Job Placement Services • Modern Labs • Veterans are Welcome • Accounting, Business, & Paralegal • Medical Assistant, Billing & Coding, Pharmacy Technician • Information Technology, HVAC & CADD • Computer Programming, Electronics Technology • Graphic & Web Design, Game Design and More! Queens and Brooklyn have Open House Every Wednesday! Call us for more information or to register: 877-355-8033 The Bramson ORT Programs Gainful Employment Disclosures are posted on www.Bramsonort.edu
Why choose Kingsborough Community College?
COST: Not only will you save money by completing your first two years at Kingsborough, you’ll find that senior colleges look favorably on people who’ve earned their associate’s degree. You may also be eligible for scholarships only available to community college students. Full-time degree students who meet CUNY’s residency requirements for in-state tuition may be eligible to attend a 6-week module at no charge. CHOICE: Choose from over 60 degree and certificate programs. You can take classes during the day, evening, and/or weekends. AWARD-WINNING LEARNING COMMUNITIES: Joining 25 other freshman in three linked courses for your first semester will help you succeed in college. STUDENT SERVICES: Whether it’s academic advisement, free tutoring, low-cost professional childcare, assistance with accessibility issues, or career training — you’ll find people and services to help you succeed. STUDENT CLUBS & SPORTS: With 80 clubs, you’ll never be at a loss for something to do or people to meet. A member of the NJCAA and the CUNY Conference, KCC’s Athletic Department offers a variety of intercollegiate teams including men's and women’s basketball, track, tennis, baseball, and soccer teams and women’s volleyball. There is also a comprehensive intramural program, an exercise room, and pool, covering many sports for men and women throughout the school year. HONORS PROGRAM: The KCC Honors Program offers enriched academic experiences and co-curricular opportunities for highly motivated and academically-capable students who want to enhance their Kingsborough education. Benefits include small honors-only classes; opportunities to study off campus; and membership in one of the largest chapters of Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society. BEAUTIFUL CAMPUS: Throughout the campus you can find quiet places to study or gaze at the waterfront that hugs the campus on three sides. (Did we mention there’s also a private beach?) KINGSBOROUGH COMMUNITY COLLEGE When you’re ready to change your life. When you’re ready to change the world. For more information about enrolling at Kingsborough call 718-COLLEGE or visit www.kingsborough.edu.
Hostos Community College
The Skills - TO DO THE JOB Improve your job opportunities through our certificate programs: Basic Construction Project Management Basic Electrical Residential Wiring Case Management Child Care Provider Training Child Development Associate NEW CompTIA A+ Certification Culinary Arts NEW Customer Service Training Fireguard Test Prep NEW Food Protection Homeland Security NEW Locksmith Microsoft Office Notary Test Prep Personal Trainer Security and Loss Prevention Security Officer Real Estate Teacher Assistant Terror & Anti-Terrorism NEW 17 healthcare certificate programs are also available Receive 5% discount with this ad - Use code SAVE MET01 www.hostos.cuny.edu/Continuing-Ed
Mildred Elley Career College
Ready For a New Career? Mildred Elley’s Fast, Focused Programs Prepare You for A Career in High-Demand Fields. • Advanced Paralegal Studies • Business Management • Massage Therapy • Medical Assisting • (LPN) Practical Nursing (LPN) Practical Nursing Still Time to Enroll for January Classes! Get Started on Your New Career Now. High School Diploma Get Your Accredited High School Diploma Now! YOUR GUIDE TO SUCCESS: 5 Things Every College Student Needs - MILDRED ELLEY HAS THEM ALL 1. FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE • Financial Aid & Scholarships Available To Those Who Qualify 2. FLEXIBILITY • Day, Evening & Online Classes • Year-Round Training 3. CONVENIENCE • Easy Access to Public Transportation • Online Classes Available 4. EDUCATIONAL EXCELLENCE • Small Class Sizes • One-on-One Academic Support • Training For High-Demand Careers 5. HELP FINDING A JOB • Lifetime Job Placement Assistance • Resume Writing Tips • Mock Interview Practice For for information, visit mildred-elley.edu
CUNY in the Heights
Improve Computer Skills Computer Training Program • Photoshop : Graphic Design Sat 2/7-4/18/15 9am-12pm • Photoshop : Graphic Design T,Th 2/17-4/7/15 5pm-7pm • Coding for Web Development Sat 2/7-4/18/15 3pm-6pm • Indesign & Illustrator: Desktop Publishing M,W 2/23-4/29/15 7pm-9pm • Certificate in QuickBooks:Computer Applications in Accounting Sat 2/7-3/28/15 7pm-9pm • Periodismo y Redes Sociales 1 Sat 1/31-4/11/15 10am-1pm • Periodismo y Redes Sociales 2 Sat 1/31-4/11/15 2pm-5pm
SUNY Empire State College
What’s Different About SUNY Empire State College? So what’s different about Empire State College? As a college geared toward adult learners, who often have work, family and civic commitments, our mission is to give you a high-quality SUNY education that is innovative and flexible enough to fit your schedule. Mentoring and Flexibility At the heart of the Empire State College experience is the student’s relationship with their faculty mentor, who acts as advisor and guide, from enrollment...
Continuing Education Department at The Cooper Union
What’s your new year’s resolution? -To improve your professional skills? -To broaden your horizons? -To explore your talents? The Continuing Education Department at The Cooper Union offers a variety of courses and certificate programs that will help you achieve your goals. Are you interested in learning to paint or draw? Classes such as Introduction to Watercolor Workshop or Drawing for Absolute Beginners would be an excellent starting point. Perhaps you already have experience in...
Want to make a change in 2015? Join Kingsborough Community College
Nothing Changes if Nothing Changes. Want to make a change in 2015? Start a new career or return to the workforce? Then learn more about the affordable training programs the Center for Economic and Workforce Development offers at Kingsborough Community College in Brooklyn, NY. Believe You Can, And You Will. The Northeast Resiliency Consortium (NRC) trainings will begin in March 2015 and will continue to prepare individuals for employment and career advancement in the high-growth sectors of health care and culinary arts. The Community Healthcare Worker (CHW) training program prepares students to work within their communities as patient advocates, health educators and liaisons between the community and existing health/social services at large. CHW students are introduced to a variety of health related themes that prepare them for this multi-faceted position, including the relationship between health and human behavior, managing high-risk behaviors and disease prevention. National certification in CPR is included. The Culinary Arts training program provides students with hands-on training in food preparation and the skills to earn state and nationally recognized certificates in Food Safety and Food Production. Students will be introduced to the various components of the Food Service Industry, including fundamental cooking terminology, techniques and theories. Participants who successfully complete this program will earn their National Restaurant Association’s ServSafe® Food Handler certification and the NYC Department of Health Food Protection Certificate. Credits earned can be applied to a Culinary Arts associate of applied science degree at Kingsborough Community College. Don’t Dream About Success, Work For It. Eligible students are only responsible for the affordable $100 program fee which provides the occupational training, all instructional materials and textbooks and our enhanced supportive services at no additional cost. These services include: Full suite of employment readiness services Job placement assistance College enrollment assistance Personal supportive services Access to NRC’s textbook lending library Job retention services THIS YEAR IS YOURS. WHAT WILL YOU DO WITH IT? If you are interested in learning more about NRC and the opportunities available, contact us at 718-368-5568 or via email at email@example.com to sign up for an information session on campus. Be sure to visit our website at www.cewdkbcc.com. *To be eligible to apply for NRC, you must be 18 or older, hold a high school diploma or GED and be legally authorized to work in the United States. Other eligibility requirements may apply. This workforce solution was funded by a grant awarded by the U.S. Department of Labor’s Employment and Training Administration. The solution was created by the grantee and does not necessarily reflect the official position of the U.S. Department of Labor. The Department of Labor makes no guarantees, warranties, or assurances of any kind, express or implied, with respect to such information, including any information on linked sites and including, but not limited to, accuracy of the information or its completeness, timeliness, usefulness, adequacy, continued availability, or ownership. The Northeast Resiliency Consortium program is an equal opportunity employer/program. Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities.
Long Island Business Institute
Long Island Business Institute, founded 1968, with campuses located in Flushing Queens and Commack, Long Island, is pleased to announce the establishment of a downtown Manhattan Extension Site, located at 408 Broadway, just south of Canal Street. The college is offering Associates degrees and certificate programs and serving a community of over 1000 students, LIBI offers programs including Homeland Security and Security Management, Court Reporting, Elder Care, Digital Marketing, Hospitality Management, Office Management, Accounting, Business Management and ESL. Students have the opportunity to transfer to four-year colleges in the New York City area and the Northeastern region, as a result of LIBI’s formal agreements with multiple notable colleges and universities. Students will have access to the convenient Tribeca location as well as both the Queens and Long Island Campuses. President Monica Foote of LIBI, who spearheaded the establishment of LIBI’s first Manhattan location, notes “the launch of an LIBI site in Tribeca, a crossroads of the financial and cultural heart of New York City, is the logical next step in the evolution of LIBI, which has focused on providing cutting-edge and in-demand career education”. College chairman Leon Lee states “the competitive programs we have offered at LIBI for over four decades are aimed at an underserved population, the career-minded student, and tailored to the needs of the New York City business and legal community, homeland security, and the growing elderly population. As we are closely aligned with these communities, we know that now is the appropriate time to establish a presence in Manhattan.”LIBI is entering the New York City financial district, filling a much-needed vacancy in quality post-secondary career education. The mission of LIBI has been to provide affordable, high quality post-secondary education, which is especially needed in the current environment. Professors are typically practitioners, with extensive experience in their fields, a factor which LIBI’s administration feels differentiates the value of an LIBI education from a job placement standpoint. The emphasis on the transferability of an LIBI education either directly to the business world or to areas of further post-secondary education is a further differentiator: student choice at the end of his or her LIBI education is a major factor in students choosing to enter LIBI. The convenience of a downtown Manhattan location will be another strong draw and a further benefit to students. LIBI offers generous scholarships and financial aid to students who qualify. In addition, LIBI offers membership to qualified students in the Alpha Beta Kappa National Honors Society. LIBI is accredited by the Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools (ACICS), one of the oldest and largest national accrediting bodies in the United States. Apply now by calling: Manhattan Campus: 212-226-7300 Queens Campus: 718-939-5100
NYACK - New York's Christian College
NYACK is: An accredited college that stresses the importance of learning and faith. A college that has a highly qualified and God-honoring faculty. A college that will serve you to fulfill God’s calling for you. The college offers: Accelerated Degree Completion Program Bachelors Degrees (38 majors) Alliance Theological Seminary Master Degree Programs in: Organizational Leadership (MSOL), Business Administration (MBA), Mental Health Counseling (MA), Childhood Education (MED) and TESOL (MA) Call...
Lehman College Adult Degree Program
For over 35 years, the Adult Degree Program (ADP) at Lehman College has successfully been helping adults achieve their education and career goals. Currently serving over 1,000 students, with a choice of day, evening, weekend, and online courses, the ADP provides an exceptional array of services for beginning and returning adult students. The bachelor’s degree programs offers over 50 traditional majors as well as interdisciplinary majors which students design themselves with the help of a...
Borough of Manhattan Community College
Do you get overwhelmed when it comes to social media marketing for your business? Are you unsure about the best strategies to use for Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, Google+, YouTube and Pinterest? Are you ready to increase your followers and engage with your audience? Want to find out how to use social media to increase exposure and increase revenue immediately? If you answered YES to any of the above questions, our Social Media courses are for you! Facebook – Here you will learn how...
Big Data at Bunker Hill Community College
“Everybody wants to throw around the phrase ‘big data,’” says Entrepreneur magazine. But it takes people who know how to analyze data to make it valuable. This summer, Bunker Hill Community College (BHCC) is launching Introduction to Big Data* as part of a new (Fast-Track) Data Management Certificate Program.
University of Massachusetts Boston
SUMMER II Engage your mind for a more productive and inspiring summer! Hundreds of classes in three sessions. Enroll now. Special programs still accepting applications: 2-WEEK RESIDENTIAL CLASSES ON NANTUCKET ISLAND Environmental History; Marine Biology; GIS Field Methods, Coastal Applications HAITIAN CREOLE LANGUAGE AND CULTURE SUMMER INSTITUTE Four levels of language skills and translation training. Taught by native speakers of Haitian Creole. FROM JOB READINESS TO CAREER ADVANCEMENT Stay in...
The Boston Architectural College
A leader in combining academic and practice-based learning The Boston Architectural College (BAC) is an independent, professional college in Boston’s Back Bay. Our focus is to provide excellence in design education by combining classroom learning, practice, and accessibility to diverse communities.
Advance your healthcare career with MCPHS Online. Since 1823, Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences (MCPHS) has been preparing students for successful healthcare careers through excellence in teaching, research, professional service, and community engagement. We have built our reputation by offering cutting-edge academic programs and clinical affiliations with world-class healthcare institutions, many of which are here in Boston’s Longwood Medical and Academic Area. We’re committed to training professionals for the ever-expanding healthcare industry, so we developed MCPHS Online, which is inspired by our rich history—but designed for right now. At MCPHS Online, you’ll be taught by the same faculty, immersed in the same professional environment, and earn the same soughtafter degrees you can get on our physical campus. We just deliver everything to you in a way that fits your busy lifestyle by allowing you to maintain full-time employment. MCPHS Online’s curriculum isn’t comprised of correspondence courses where you’ll just read, write, and email your work. Our courses are a give and take between everyone who is enrolled. We leverage the Blackboard Learn system for a more compelling classroom experience that involves sharing recorded lectures, participating in discussion forums, blogging, meeting in virtual classrooms, and accessing library resources. We offer some unique academic programs too. Our dental hygiene bridge program is the only one in the country that allows a practicing dental hygienist with an associate degree the chance to get a master’s degree. We also have cutting-edge programs in Healthcare Administration, Health Sciences, Regulatory Affairs & Health Policy, Medication & Patient Safety, Public Health, and more.
Boston University: A Century of Summer Study
Summer 1: May 19–June 26 Summer 2: June 29–August 7 Register today. Call 617-353-5124 or visit bu.edu/summer. Experience Boston University Summer Term, one of the largest and longest-running summer study programs in the Northeast. Now celebrating one hundred years, Summer Term offers more than 700 undergraduate and graduate courses in over 75 academic subjects, from the arts, humanities, and social sciences to business, information technology, math, and life sciences. Professional...
New York’s Institute of Culinary Education now lets you major in chocolate
New York’s Institute of Culinary Education, is opening the nation’s first educational bean-to-bar chocolate lab, and it looks delicious. The lab is just one of the delectable features in ICE’s new, 74,000-square-foot Lower Manhattan facility, which also includes a “modernist” culinary technology lab and an indoor hydroponic farm. But the school felt it was important to include a small-batch artisanal chocolate-making facility, due to the explosion of bean-to-bar operations in the U.S. the past...
Free online videos are revolutionizing online education
Knowledge has always been power, and access to it was once very tightly controlled. Thankfully, we now live in a world where most people accept that, while not all goods and services should be equally distributed, it would be best if education were. Higher levels of education mean happier, healthier people working together to solve bigger and harder problems. And we’ve got a lot of big, hard problems to solve. The steps that were first taken by the public education system are being expanded...
Why you should take a year off before going to college
Thinking of taking some time away from the books before heading into college? Robin Barton, editor of Lonely Planet’s “The Big Trip,” says you’re not alone. “People are seeing gap years not as an excuse to party, but as a part of personal growth,” Barton says. “You can volunteer, you can teach, you can do all sorts of things. You can simply travel and work if that’s what you want to do.” The evidence is there. Ninety-seven percent of gap year-goers said it helped them become more mature, and 93...
Is Harvard really discriminating against Asian applicants?
[REUTERS] In recent months, Harvard University has come under attack in court for allegedly limiting the number of Asian-American students it admits. A Reuters examination reveals how the lawsuit brought in their name arose from a broader goal: upending a nearly 40-year-old Supreme Court decision that has primarily helped blacks and Hispanics. A civil rights group representing African-American and other minority students has recently filed papers seeking to enter the case, arguing they are the...
The latest threat to college students is ... free tanning?
Parents now have something else to worry about when sending their kids to college: unfettered access to tanning beds. A new survey has found that up to half of apartment housing within a five-mile radius of the University of Texas at Austin and Texas A&M University offer free on-site indoor tanning, often to minors (which is illegal). And it’s not just Texas, either: Another recent study found that half of the top 125 colleges ranked in the U.S. News and World Report have indoor tanning either...
Fixing tech's gender gap
Reshma Saujani has a plan: to provide computer science education and exposure to one million young women by 2020. The Indian-American lawyer and politician is the founder of Girls Who Code, a non-profit devoted to giving girls the computing skills to pursue 21st century opportunities. In an interview with Metro World News, Saujani spoke about her varied career, her passion for technology and why more women need to get into science and technology. By trade, you’re a lawyer who has been involved...
Bailout referendum: Greeks said 'No' to new austerity terms
Greeks voted overwhelmingly “No” on Sunday in a historic bailout referendum, partial results showed, defying warnings from across Europe that rejecting new austerity terms for fresh financial aid would set their country on a path out of the euro. With nearly a fifth of the votes counted, official figures showed 60.4 percent of Greeks on course to reject a bailout offer from creditors that was the official issue of the ballot. The figures showed the Yes vote drew 40.1 percent. An official...
Bruno Mars and First Family thank U.S. veterans at special Fourth show
The Fourth of July, lest we forget, marks the day in 1776 that the then-British colonies decided enough is enough and adopted the document that, to today, is still an inspirational clarion call to all freedom-loving people: The Declaration of Independence. Freedom did not come with the mere strike of a pen. A bloody war ensued to make a reality out of the imperfect union envisioned by those men in the great American city of Philadelphia. "Freedom is not free," President Barack Obama told U.S....
Billy Joel, 66, weds Alexis Roderick, 33 -- and he's going to be a dad again!
Billy Joel chose the Fourth of July to say 'I do' to wife No. 4 in a super secret ceremony at his Liong Island estate. Joel and Alexis Roderick, who at 33 is half his age, exchanged vows in front of New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, a close friend of the Piano Man. The couple have been dating since 2009 and in April revealed that she is expecting later this summer. This will be the first child for Roderick, who is an analyst at Morgan Stanley; and the 66-year-old Joel's second. He and actress/model...
Officials: Help us ID 'Baby Doe' found in a trash bag on Deer Island
Suffolk County District Attorney Dan Conley said that the remains of the young girl found on Deer Island last week were found in an industrial trash bag with a blanket, but the autopsy does not suggest a cause of death. Authorities have not been able to identify her yet. The images of her were created by the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children from photographs of “Baby Doe.” “The image we have here today is an artist’s rendering of what she might have looked at,” Conley said. “As...
Debra Granik on going from 'Winter's Bone' to the doc 'Stray Dog'
Debra Granik had a big hit; she directed and cowrote “Winter’s Bone,” which propelled both Jennifer Lawrence and John Hawkes to Oscar nominations and stardom. But she wound up chasing that up not with another fiction film but with “Stray Dog,” a documentary about Ron Hall, one of the locals she met in the Ozarks while making the film. A Vietnam vet biker with tattoos, he confounded stereotypical expectations by being warm and welcoming, allowing Granik to film what to him was a normal life,...
VIDEO: Kids explain gay marriage
Last week, the Supreme Court decided to be in favor of gay marriage across the country. For those who have children and oppose the Supreme Court's decision may face the challenge of having to explain gay marriage to their kids. Jimmy Kimmel asked a few kids about their thoughts on gay marriage and their responses did not disappoint. Check out what these kids have to say about gay marriage on the "Jimmy Kimmel Live" show.
U.S. - Japan World Cup Final preview (begin, TV start time)
On the verge of their first World Cup title in 16 years (and third overall which would be the most for any country), the U.S. women’s national team couldn’t have asked for a more fitting scenario as they take on Japan at Vancouver’s BC Place Stadium on Sunday (7, Fox) in the 2015 World Cup Final in Canada. This is the third major tournament in a row (2011 World Cup, 2012 Olympics) that these intense rivals have met in the biggest match. While the Americans gained some sense of revenge for...
Qualifier Brown sends Nadal crashing out of Wimbledon
LONDON (Reuters) - Two-times champion Rafael Nadal crashed out in the second round of Wimbledon on Thursday after being out-muscled and out-thought in four sets by an inspired Dustin Brown of Germany. The Spaniard, who has slipped down the sport's pecking order and was seeded 10 after a year of injury and below-par performances, fell 7-5 3-6 6-4 6-4 as Brown, ranked 102 in the world, unleashed a barrage of thunderous serves and ground strokes, mixed with clever drop shots. Brown, who had...
NHL landscape shifts on first day of free agency
When a day that is known for proliferate change came to an end, the landscape of the National Hockey League had once again shifted. What that transformation means will be determined over the course of the 2015-16 season. The first day of NHL Free Agency brought about the expected player movement, with the biggest acquisition being Pittsburgh seemingly landing an impactful scoring wing to skate alongside Sidney Crosby by trading for former Maple Leafs right wing Phil Kessel. "He's a great player...
What it's like to wear natural deodorant for a week
Natural deodorants have a bad rep, but is it really deserved? Being a regular fixture at my local health store, I can't help but notice these natural odor-fighters right alongside the essential oils and hypoallergenic soaps I swear by. Being a bit of a flower child myself, I decided to give it a whirl. The truth is that I've been sketched out by the chemicals in regular deodorants for a while and have been looking for a reason to wean myself off. The catch? I live in Florida, where it's...
This Week in Health: Watching cat videos online may be good for you
Watching cat videos online may be good for you Location of study: U.S. Study subjects: Nearly 7,000 people who watch cat videos Results: Have a weakness for watching kittens prance around the Internet? You're not alone—researchers from Indiana University say that over two million cat videos were posted to YouTube in 2014 alone. What's more is that they resulted in nearly 26 billion views. Researchers set out to answer a key question: how do people feel after watching cat videos online? It...
Patriotic cocktail recipes for your July 4 barbecue
Themed barbecues need a signature drink, and we’ve found four cocktails to suit whichever liquor you like to use in expressing your patriotism. Born in the LES Boulton & Watt’s Jaime Felber has created an easy to replicate flag in a glass. 2 ¼ oz. Flor de Cana Extra Dry Rum ¼ oz. Blue Curaçao ¾ oz. mint 1 oz. lime juice Angostura Bitters Peychaud’s Bitters Sugar Directions: Add Blue Curaçao to empty glass, then fill with crushed ice. Mix remaining ingredients in a shaker, and pour slowly over...
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This Week in Health: Which birth months have highest disease risks?
Which birth months have highest disease risks? Location of study: U.S. Study subjects: 1.7 million patients who’d been treated at New York-Presbyterian Hospital/CUMC between 1985 and 2013 Results: The idea that your birthday might play a role in disease susceptibility sounds like one reserved for the horoscope pages. But Columbia University scientists are backing it up with some hard data. Researchers report that, overall, the healthiest month to be born is May. On the flip side, October...