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Look and Feel Beautiful, Both Inside and Out
by Stephen T. Greenberg, M.D.
Diet and exercise are always the best ways
to help stay healthy, but by supplementing
smart lifestyle choices with cosmetic surgery
procedures, you will look and feel beautiful,
both inside and out.
as well as reduce wrinkles and dark spots that come with aging.
The spa also offers CoolSculpting®, a bodysculpting, fat-freezing,
non-surgical procedure that reduces inches quickly around the
abdomen. Patients see noticeable, natural-looking fat reduction in
treated areas within two months.
Through the use of state-of-the-art, high-tech
equipment, I can get better results with less downtime.
At my office we have perfected the mini-incision, rapid recovery 24-hour
breast augmentation, and liposuction procedures in which most patients
can resume normal activities and return to work the next day. Coupling
techniques with less bruising and a shorter recovery time, we can
achieve excellent results.
We have also just introduced a new, noninvasive procedure called
miraDry® to help relieve the moisture and odors for people bothered
and embarrassed by underarm sweat. The miraDry procedure is done in
the office noninvasively and delivers precisely controlled energy to the
underarm region, completely eliminating the sweat glands. The
procedure lasts about an hour and immediately results in a dramatic and
lasting reduction of underarm sweat. There is minimal to no downtime
following the procedure and patients should be able to return to normal
activities or work immediately and can typically resume exercise within
a few days.
Ultimate Breasts, includes breast augmentation, breast lift or breast
reduction – separately or in combination –for the most beautiful,
natural-looking results. We now offer Sientra® cutting-edge “gummy
bear” breast implants recently approved by the Food and Drug
Administration (FDA), as well as the Mentor® Memorygel® Ultra High
Breast Implants, which combines the highest available projection with an
optimal fill volume.These new implants can provide patients (including
women with thinner frames) with a fuller breast shape, a choice of
different shapes and a more customized augmentation. Along with the
new Mentor® Volume Sizing System and 3D Breast Imaging machine,we
can more accurately provide the look and feel of what a patient’s breasts
will look like after surgery and patients are reporting to be happier with
their results.
We are the first Cosmetic Surgery office on Long Island to offer
Cellulaze, the first cellulite treatment clinically proven to permanently
get rid of cellulite. It is the only minimally invasive laser procedure of its
kind, delivering longer-lasting results after only one procedure. New
technology has also helped to prefect mini facelift procedures, which
are designed for a natural and quick lift to the face.
We are the first Cosmetic Surgery office on Long Island
to offer Cellulaze, the first cellulite treatment
clinically proven to permanently get rid of cellulite.
If childbirth has made some changes to your body that you would
like to correct, a Mommy Makeover package provides the right
combination of tummy tuck, liposuction, Cellulaze, breast lift or implants
to transform you from “new mom” to “hot mom.” The surgical
package is specifically designed to target the areas of the body most
affected by pregnancy. Given that more and more women are having
children later in life, their bodies do not always bounce back the way
they might have at a younger age.
We have also just introduced a new, noninvasive
procedure called miraDry® to help relieve the
moisture and odors for people bothered and
embarrassed by underarm sweat.
I am also happy to announce my laser inject program combining
Botox® and filler injections, laser skin treatments with HydraFacial™
for the newest in facial rejuvenation. HydraFacial™ is the newest
resurfacing procedure providing immediate results. Adding lasers to
injections is effective in getting grid of lines and wrinkles, skin tightening,
treating facial scars or areas of uneven pigmentation including brown
spots. All three of these treatments together to the skin reduce the signs
of aging and sun damage while providing a youthful, healthy glow.
In addition to Cosmetic Surgeon in a Jar ™, my anti-aging skin care
line, we have developed a new product line called Saige Skin Care. Saige
products are designed to enhance skin tone while tightening and
rejuvenating the skin. Both product lines were developed after years of
intensive research to provide the ultimate anti-aging facial remedy.
I offer complimentary consultations at my Woodbury, Southampton
and Park Avenue offices. To schedule an appointment, you can call
516.364.4200 or email [email protected] Visit my website at
www.GreenbergCosmeticSurgery.com.
Aside from these procedures, we have many non-surgical options for
facial and body rejuvenation. In our new high-tech Glisten skin and
injection spa, we offer many of the latest facial and body procedures.
These non-invasive procedures can help smooth and tighten the skin,
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Cracking the Weight Loss Code
by Dr. Ray Omid
I’ve struggled with my weight my entire
life. I spent four or five days at the gym
each week, during which time I would
spend 30 to 40 minutes on either the
treadmill or the elliptical machine.
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Were You Born with the Wrong Nose?
by H. Sasson, M.D., FACS
If you are one of those people who feel
that your nose doesn’t really fit with your
other features, you’re not alone. The nose
is the most common feature people want
to change about their face.
more on page 17
Look and Feel Beautiful, Both Inside
and Out by Stephen T. Greenberg, M.D.
Diet and exercise are always the best
ways to help stay healthy, but by supplementing smart lifestyle choices with
cosmetic surgery procedures, you will look
and feel beautiful, both inside and out.
more on page 3
Practicing “Safe-Sun”
by Lisa LaPlante & Donna Marie Pollina
Throughout the seasons and through
rain or shine, our skin is being exposed
to harmful rays from the sun. Years of
exposure to the sun causes most of the
wrinkles and age spots on our faces.
more on page 12
Facial Rejuvenation with Natural Results by Dilip D. Madnani, MD, FACS
How do we slow down the effects of
Father Time and Mother Nature and age
gracefully? Diet, exercise and healthy
living are a great start but sometimes a
little extra ‘lift’ is needed to fully accomplish our goals. more on page 23
Breast Surgery Combined with Tummy
Tuck and/or Liposuction
by Charlotte Rhee, M.D., FACS
Many of my patients come seeking help
with the changes that can occur after
childbirth; a woman’s breast can grow to
uncomfortable proportions or just the opposite can happen. more on page 5
Microfat Transfer
by James C. Marotta, M.D., FACS
In the past 15 years there has been a veritable revolution in the way that facial plastic
surgeons think about facial aging. We used
to think that facial aging was only about sagging tissues and gravity, but in reality that’s
only half the problem. more on page 13
Breast Reduction Using The Lollipop
Scar Technique
by Charlotte Rhee, M.D., FACS
The weight of large breasts can cause
the bra straps to dig into the shoulders
leaving groove markings. Large breasts
get in the way of physical activities, such
as running.. more on page 24
Non-Surgical Facelift Versus Minimally
Invasive Hybrid Facelift
by Andrew A. Jacono, M.D., FACS
If you wish to improve your facial appearance, but are not ready to have surgery,
there are new products and devices that
can deliver a facelifted appearance without incisions. more on page 9
Get Ready for Summer with
CoolSculpting®
by Andrew A. Jacono, M.D., FACS
CoolSculpting® a new non-surgical
FDA-approved device that targets one of
the most troublesome issues for many
people— fat that don’t respond to diet or
exercise. more on page 15
Osteoporosis
by Dr. Alex Rosioreanu
Osteoporosis is a bone disease that leads
to decreased bone mineral density and
increased risk for fractures. About 10
million Americans have osteoporosis (80%
are women), and around 34 million are at
risk for the disease. more on page 25
Getting the Body You Want
by Hilton C. Adler, M.D., FACS
New advances in body-contouring surgery now make it easier than ever to get
the shape you want. There are also some
non-surgical, non-invasive, body-contouring treatments.
more on page 11
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Acupuncture for Pain, Diabetes, Weight
and Hair Loss
by Dr. Dazhi Chen, Ph.D., LAC
Pain Management Acupuncture is a very
effective treatment for pain relief. It promotes self-healing, and has no negative
side effects.
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Breast Surgery Combined with Tummy Tuck and/or Liposuction
by Charlotte Rhee, MD, F.A.C.S., P.C.
Many of my patients come to me seeking help with the changes that can occur after childbirth. Following childbirth, a woman’s breast can grow to uncomfortable proportions or just the opposite can happen. A woman’s breast can
actually lose volume and shrink, resulting in the breast appearing “deflated.”
Additionally, a large number of women come to me seeking help with the
post partum changes of their abdomen. During pregnancy the skin and abdominal wall muscles are stretched. Following childbirth, the abdomen can
protrude and the skin can be loose or sag. In some cases, the abdominal muscles can be so
weakened that the individual may look like she is still pregnant. Despite daily workouts including
sit ups and crunches, a tummy tuck may be needed to restore these muscles.
ing breast reduction. Both groups of women want to have breasts that are proportional to their
body size with the most natural result possible. In certain situations, a breast lift is also needed
to tighten lax skin. The laxity can be the result of pregnancy or weight loss. When a breast lift
is needed, I utilize the lollipop scar technique. A breast lift procedure is very similar to a breast
reduction. The only difference is that with a breast reduction, breast tissue is removed.
Combined Breast/Tummy Tuck and Liposuction Procedures.
Many of my patients who have breast surgery also have other procedures performed at the
same time. This allows for one surgery and one recovery. The most common combined procedures performed by Dr. Rhee are breast surgery, whether it is a breast reduction or augmentation,
combined with tummy tuck, also known as abdominoplasty. For those patients
Breast Reduction
Many of my patients who desire breast augmentation together with a tummy tuck, I am able to place
Women with very large pendulous breasts may experience varied medical
the breast implants through the tummy tuck incision, leaving the breasts without
who have breast
problems including back and neck pain. Also, the weight of large breasts can
any scars.
cause the bra straps to dig into the shoulders leaving groove markings. Large surgery also have other
Liposuction is also commonly performed at the same time. Despite diet and
breasts get in the way of physical activities such as running, making exercise
exercise, certain areas of the body are prone to carry excess fat. For these areas, liprocedures performed
and weight loss very difficult if not impossible. Breast reduction (reduction
posuction can help. The most common areas for liposuction are the love handles
at
the same time. This (upper hip area) and thighs.
mammaplasty), is a surgical procedure which makes breasts smaller.
There are many different breast reduction techniques. The more traditional allows for one surgery
Patients who have combined procedures do surprisingly well. In addition to
method (inverted T-scar) leaves the breasts with a vertical, long horizontal
having the benefit of just one recovery process, there can also be a significant
and one recovery.
scar (along the breast crease). “I utilize the Lejour technique, which leaves
savings in price.
the breast with a single vertical incision (lollipop scar) and, in my opinion,
To learn more, please call our Huntington office to schedule a complimentawith a rounder more natural appearing breast and a better cosmetic result.” Breast reduc- ry consultation with Dr. Rhee at (631) 424-6707. Located at 257 E. Jericho Tpke., Huntington
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Women who come to me seeking breast enlargement have very similar goals to those seek- breast surgery.
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Creative Cups by Debbi Honorof
Creative Cups
What to Wear to a Wedding
It’s that time of year again… get out your
needle and thread, glue gun, fabric, beads, and
paint. Creative Cups, the popular, life-affirming
fundraising event of the Adelphi NY Statewide
Breast Cancer Hotline & Support Program, is
back! Artists, breast cancer survivors and their
friends and family members, and others have used
originality and creativity to transform ordinary bras
into works of art. Submitted creations must be
received by October 15, 2014, to be included in
the auction/gala (to be held on March 19, 2015 at
Adelphi University). Those wishing to create a bra
are encouraged to sign up early, as entrants will
be limited to 200. Creative Cups™ celebrates the
lives of those living with breast cancer and those
who have been lost to this terrible disease. For
more information, guidelines and to register, visit
adelphi.edu/creative-cups or call 800-877-8077.
Explore Your Roots
Conjure up images of the Lower East Side of
Manhattan and you probably imagine a crowded
neighborhood
teeming
with
immigrants,
pushcarts and over-crowded tenements. That is
certainly the historic notion of the area, as most
newly-arrived immigrants were often directed to
that neighborhood. Unless your ancestors came
over on the Mayflower, chances are some of them
Lower East Side
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information, visit lowwereastsideny.com.
ended up on the Lower East Side. Rich in history
and culture, structures that were present 100
years ago still stand, though some are empty or in
disrepair. The area has undergone a gentrification
in recent years, with many young people living
in renovated brownstones, eating at a wide array
of hip restaurants, shopping at the new Essex
Street Market and visiting the Hester Street Fair.
You can get amazing pickles (as well as pickled
olives, carrots, tomatoes and more) at The Pickle
Guys, buy homemade Italian cheeses at DiPalo
(run by the same family for five generations) and
dip across the street for dim sum in Chinatown.
There are walking tours led by historian Joyce
Gold (joycegoldhistorytours.com) and outstanding
exhibits and programs offered by The Tenement
Museum (tenement.org), including their “Shop
Life” exhibit, where visitors can explore the
immigrant businesses once located at 97 Orchard
Street, where communities worked, shopped,
celebrated and struggled for more than a century.
The exhibit features a re-created 1870’s German
beer saloon once run by John and Caroline
Schneider, as well as an interactive “sales counter”
where visitors select audio and visual media clips
to explore the stories of turn-of-the-century kosher
butchers Israel and Goldie Lustgarten, 1930s
auctioneer Max Marcus, and 1970s undergarment
discounters Frances and Sidney Meda. There is
plenty to explore on the Lower East Side. For more
It’s that time of year when wedding invitations
arrive and you agonize over what the hosts really
wants you to wear. According to Long Island
fashion expert Marilyn Carminio, many weddings
today are semi-formal and guests have more
options than ever. What to wear is always a
subjective matter, but weddings are special events
with their own dress codes, which deserve careful
consideration. The first rule of wedding guest
attire is that it’s the bride’s special day, so women
guests should avoid wearing white. Beautiful pastel
dresses are appropriate for spring and summer,
and while black dresses are acceptable cocktail
attire, consider wearing midnight blue, silver grey
or cocoa brown instead. Weddings are about
having fun, so be sure to wear shoes comfortable
enough that you can dance the night away. Here’s
what NOT to wear to a wedding: clothes that are
too skimpy, too tight, too short, or too low cut,
denim, flip flops, loud prints, or sequins during the
daytime, and avoid business attire that looks like
you just stepped out of a boardroom.
WWII D-Day Auction
In observance of the 70th anniversary of D-Day in
1944, Bonhams will offer rare and historic WWIIrelated items on June 5 in New York. This special
auction will cover WWII in all its complexity,
featuring stirring artifacts from Europe, Africa and
Asia, representing conflicts in both the Atlantic
and Pacific. Legendary photographs, battlefield
souvenirs, authentic weaponry, crucial machinery
and documents signed by world leaders are among
the auction’s highlights. The sale will preview
at Bonhams from May 31 to June 5. Bonhams is
located at 580 Madison Ave. (56-57 Streets) in
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Jazz Charts, Ms. Matsui performs across the globe,
but you can catch her right here on Long Island. For
tickets, visit boultoncenter.org or call 631-969-1101.
Book Pick
Shouting Won’t Help: Why I–and 50
Million Other Americans–Can’t Hear You
by Katherine Bouton
The former New York Times editor and writer has
had bilateral hearing loss since 1978 and recently
received a cochlear implant. She will speak at a
free event hosted by Advanced Hearing Center
(AHC) in Albertson on Tuesday, June 3 at 2 p.m. at
the Hillside Public Library, 155 Lakeville Rd. in New
Hyde Park. The first 50 registrants who attend the
program will receive a free autographed copy of
Ms. Bouton’s book. Reservations can be made by
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Minerva Garcia
Where did you grow up?
I grew up in Manhattan and have been living in
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I appreciate the suburban lifestyle, where the
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If you wish to improve your facial appearance, but are not ready to have ten years, requiring less maintenance and treatment sessions than the non-invasive approach.
surgery, there are new products and devices that can deliver a facelifted Additionally, the cost of maintaining your appearance with multiple non-surgical treatments will
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cial plastic surgeons have new tools to help patients look great without and injections are more subtle, so that those with more severe aging such as heavy jowls and
surgery. As with all treatments there are advantages, disadvantages and a “Turkey Waddle” may not see enough of an improvement. This is when surgery becomes a
limitations.
better choice.
I have gotten excellent results when combining two treatments, UltheThe most state-of-the-art facelift is a hybrid technique that I created called the Future Lift™. It
rapy® and a new injectable product called Juvederm VOLUMA™ XC. As fuses the optimal features of older-generation, short-incision “mini” facelifts with deep plane
we age two things happen to our face, it becomes loose along the jawline and neck creating facelifts. Hybrid facelifts yield superior, natural looking results with minimal scarring and a shortjowls, and our face loses volume and deflates causing flattening and drooping of the cheeks. er recovery (7-10 days). In addition, this lift restores volume to the cheekbones and smoothes
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rapy® lifts the hanging neck and jowls.
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Ultherapy® is a non-surgical treatment for lifting and tightening the
to choose between better results or less scarring. With hybrid facelifts,
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The Future Lift™ uses a short incision, lifting the facial tissue and muscles
is a hybrid technique that I
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created called the Future Lift™. neath the muscles, unlike traditional mini-lifts that peel back the skin and
skin that are addressed in surgery. I tell my patients that there is usually
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disadvantage to Ultherapy® is it cannot tighten all of the laxity of the face as surgery does.
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Dr. Andrew Jacono is a Dual Board Certified Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon. He is
that takes just minutes. It gives you a subtle lift, helping to restore contour and a more youthful Section Head of the Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery at North Shore University Hospital
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Book Corner
by Debbi Honorof
The Great Escape
O
ver the last several years, a slew of memoirs
by women escaping from their “real” lives to
pursue searches–for self-discovery, for inner
peace, for happiness–have lined the shelves
in bookstores, and some of them have shot
of to the top of the bestseller lists. The prime
example is Elizabeth Gilbert’s smashing bestseller Eat, Pray, Love.
When I picked up Elizabeth Gilbert’s Eat,
Pray, Love in hardcover, very few people I
knew had read the book or had even heard
about it. When the book came out in paperback, it became a phenomenon. It climbed
to the top of the New York Times non-fiction paperback list, and Oprah featured the
author and book on her program.
When she was thirty-one, Elizabeth Gilbert
fell apart emotionally. Stuck in a loveless
marriage, suffering from depression, and
feeling at the end of her rope, she decided
to spend a year traveling to three exotic locations. What emerges is a compelling and
brutally honest account of the author’s journey in search of eating (in Italy, of course),
praying (at an Ashram in India), and balance
(with a “medicine man” in Indonesia). The
“love” in the title comes from the unexpected result of finding her soulmate in Indonesia.
Another fascinating and beautifully written book about a woman’s global journey is Alice Steinbach’s
For those
Educating Alice: Adventures of a Curious Woman. The authors’ experiences include learning to cook at The Ritz in
of us who
Paris, learning traditional Japanese arts in Kyoto, learning
cannot put
Border collie training in Scotland, and learning about art and
architecture in Cuba. Ms. Steinbach not only learned many
our “real”
wonderful skills, but just as important, she learned to slow
down and appreciate the moment. “The thing I would miss
lives on hold
most was this: the way the act of cooking forced you to live
to travel
in the present tense, something I often forgot or was unable
to do.” The author allows us to tag along on her personal
to exotic
journey, revealing her innermost thoughts as she combines
locations,
her three passions: learning, traveling and writing.
In A Year by the Sea, author Joan Anderson takes a year off
we can
from her busy life and tired marriage, retreats to her family
certainly live cottage in Cape Cod to re-examine her priorities, nurture and
revitalize herself, and decide what direction to take with her
vicariously
“unfinished” life. During the year, much of it spent in selfmeditation, Joan realizes that she has many options and posthrough
sibilities. She meets and learns from intriguing new friends,
these gifted
including Joan Erickson, the widow of the world-renowned
psychologist Erik Erikson, who is a constant source of inspirawriters.
tion. “Vital lives are about action,” Joan Erickson tells me.
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“You can’t feel warmth unless you create
it, can’t feel delight unless you play, can’t
know serendipity unless you risk.” I’m trying to bring more of the spontaneous beach
back to the cottage and incorporate into my
everyday life.
In May Sarton’s 1977 classic The House by
the Sea, the author moves from her New
Hampshire home to a cottage on the Maine
seacoast. Suffering from depression and
writer’s block, she believes the move to such
a magnificent setting will reawaken her passion, but it takes a while for her enthusiasm
to return. Although overwhelmingly lonely
at times, Ms. Sarton learns to appreciate the
solitude. “Solitude, like a long love, deepens
with time, and, I trust, will not fail me if my
own powers of creation diminish.” Through
her exquisite writing, we as readers experience the house by the sea almost as if we
were there with her. “It is beautiful up here
in my study in the afternoons, the sky over
the sea reflecting the sunset and the great
arc of the ocean all around me, In the mornings I have to pull the curtains, for the light
dazzles.”
For those of us who cannot put our “real”
lives on hold to travel to exotic locations, we
can certainly live vicariously through these
gifted writers. At the very least, we can pick
up some inspirational pointers about making the most of every day. ●
Elizabeth Gilbert
Brenda’s Book Briefs
Momfriends
by Ariella Papa
Every once in a while, you read a book and it so encapsulates
everything you’re feeling, everything you’ve been through, that
you’d swear the author was inside your head. That’s how I felt
about Momfriends (Papa Mike Publishing 2010) by Ariella Papa.
Momfriends is the story of Ruth, a new mom living in Brooklyn
with her colicky baby. Ruth is new to the motherhood game, and
in desperate need of some help and guidance. Enter
Earth mother artist, Kirsten, and overachiever working
mom, Claudia, who befriend Ruth. They are just what
Ruth needs—Momfriends who have been there before,
who can help her navigate what’s ahead.
What I loved about Momfriends is how honestly Papa
tackles new motherhood. Those feelings of fear, worry,
dread. Papa doesn’t shy away from any of the real stuff.
Read Momfriends and you’ll find yourself feeling like
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New advances in body-contouring surgery now make it easier than or awake sedation administered by a board-certified anesthesiologist. Liposuction offers
ever to get the shape you want. There are also some non-surgical, rapid recovery and minimal incisions with virtually no scarring.
non-invasive, body-contouring treatments for patients who qualify.
What traditional surgical body-contouring procedures are offered?
Many people… including men and women who have lost a significant amount of weight,
So how do you know what’s best for you? A thorough consultation
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best way to get your questions answered, ensure you make the right from either a mini-or a full- “tummy tuck” to enhance abdominal contours. “Tummy tuck”,
or abdominoplasty, is performed under general anesthesia, and not only surgically removes
decision, and get the results you want.
excess skin and fat, but also tightens abdominal muscles distorted by pregnancy or other
What non-invasive body-contouring procedures are available?
While traditional surgical techniques like tummy tuck and liposuction are still widely factors, resulting in a firmer, attractive belly. These procedures are often performed at a
discount when done in combination with Liposuction, breast lifts or breast
utilized, many patients now qualify for non-invasive modalities such as
augmentations. New advances allow for smaller incisions, less scarring,
CoolSculpting™. This revolutionary, FDA-approved treatment freezes
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Looking to lose the and quicker recoveries. We offer the biggest breakthrough in pain-free
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“thigh gap”?
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Is there anything you can do for men?
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reduction being at approximately the three month mark. The treatment is
not painful and is generally well-tolerated. There are no needles, anesthesia, or down-time. also widely used by men who want to look their best and want their old confidence back.
Each region requires approximately one hour of treatment, during which you can watch TV, In addition to CoolSculpting™, liposuction, and abdominoplasty, we offer Gynecomastia
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What minimally-invasive body-contouring procedures are available?
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The Latest Advance In Facial Plastic Surgery: Microfat Transfer
by James C. Marotta MD, FACS
In the past 15 years there has been a veritable revolution in the the fat back?” That’s exactly what we do through a procedure called Facial Microfat
way that facial plastic surgeons think about facial aging. We used Transfer. In this procedure, fat is gently liposuctioned through a small needle hole,
to think that facial aging was only about sagging tissues and grav- typically from the abdomen but possibly also the inner or outer thighs. The fat is
ity, but in reality that’s only half the problem. The other major processed to increase its survival and is made to function essentially as a transplant
of tiny (micro) fat droplets. The fat is then injected into the face to refill the natural
contributor to looking old is the loss of facial fat.
fat pads under the eyes and in the cheeks, brows, and temples. It can also be used to
FACIAL AGING - LOSING FACIAL FAT
Unlike other parts of the body which seem to get heavier as we fill in smile lines and help a sagging jawline. Fat is injected wherever needed to help
age, the face actually loses fat in its natural “fat pads.” Think reverse the process of facial aging. The ability to restore lost volume to the face with
Microfat Transfer is arguably the greatest advance in facial plastic
about the face of a baby versus that of a 90 year old. The baby’s
surgery in 15 years.
face is pleasingly plump and cherubic. It has “baby fat.” The 90
Microfat Transfer, when
Interested, but you still have some questions? Here are answers
year old’s face, on the other hand, is characteristically drawn and
to the most common questions I get about Microfat Transfers:
gaunt. Some elderly faces appear skeleton-like, with loss of fat in
done utilizing the latest
1. Will I have a “fat” face? No just enough fat is injected to rethe temples, under the eyes, and in the cheeks. An excellent analtechniques, lasts for years
store the amount you lost in the aging process.
ogy I’ve heard is that when we’re born, we’re like grapes, with
2. Does it last? Microfat Transfer, when done utilizing the latest
nice taught skin around a full center. But as we age, we lose our just like other facial surgery.
techniques, lasts for years just like other facial surgery.
“stuffing” and turn into shriveled raisins.
3. Is it smooth? Yes. The droplets of fat are tiny (“micro”) and, when injected, are
Though the process of losing facial fat is gradual and slow, it unfortunately starts
very early - beginning in the mid to late 20s and continuing throughout life. I com- smooth and undetectable.
4. Does that mean I won’t need an eye, face, cheek or brow lift? That depends on
monly see patients in their late 20s/early 30s who complain of looking tired or of
“dark” circles under their eyes. These patients are noticing the very early changes in the patient. Some patient’s facial aging can be improved with fat injections alone.
facial fat. It begins with loss of fat volume around the eyes in the 20s, progressing to When necessary, lifting procedures can be combined with fat injections to achieve
even better results because both the loss of facial fat and sagging that cause facial
the cheeks in the 30s - 50s, and finally to the brows and temples typically after 50.
aging are improved.
SOLVING THE PROBLEM - RESTORING VOLUME
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Health
by Joanna Pompilio
Women’s Health Update
What Does Your Waistline Say About Your Health?
Women are likely to gain excess belly weight as they go through perimenopause and menopause. Due to the drop in estrogen levels, body fat
moves from the hips, thighs and buttocks where is used to be stored as
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the middle,
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issues.
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Women and Heart Attack Symptoms
A recent study in JAMA Internal Medicine has shown there are significant differences between the heart attack symptoms of men and women.
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THE LONG ISLAND WOMAN INTERVIEW
In1976,
26-year old Jane Pauley took
Barbara Walter’s place as the coanchor (with Tom Brokaw) of NBC’s
Today. For the young broadcast
journalist, it was the opportunity of a lifetime. As she traveled the world interviewing world
leaders, celebrities and newsmakers, it was almost a surreal experience for her. Jane Pauley
would go on to experience many other opportunities in her life, and now, in her mid-60s,
she has reinvented herself yet again. But this time, she has brought along many other baby
boomers, and the results have taught her—and her fans—that you’re never too old to
learn something new.
A few years ago, Jane Pauley came up with a new concept that she sold to NBC and
brought in AARP as a sponsor. It told the stories of baby boomers searching for and finding
their passions in midlife. Whether it was a new interest or taking something they were
already doing and putting a different spin on it, these were vibrant, engaged individuals
who, unlike their parents’ generation, were just not ready to retire in the same way their
parents did. The stories were so inspiring, that Ms. Pauley decided to gather them into
a book, which she titled Your Life Calling: Reimagining the Rest of Your Life. The book tells
stories of individuals who have reimagined and reinvented themselves in midlife, but it
also serves as an inspirational guide to others who are facing the same challenges and
opportunities. “I don’t fashion myself an authority, “she writes, “Though as a journalist and
storyteller I have long recognized the power of other people’s stories to help us to see our
own lives in new ways.”
I sat down recently with Jane Pauley to chat about midlife reinventions, reaching outside
your comfort zone and finding your passion.
Why did you decide to write this book?
It was an idea that just seemed obvious when I started doing Your Life Calling segments
on the Today show, which had been an idea that I pitched to them about 4½ years ago:
people 50 and older in various modes of reinvention. It turns out that Executive Producer
Jim Bell was celebrating his 40th birthday that day, and he liked the idea a lot. He totally
got it, but he totally didn’t want to pay for it. So I said I would look for a sponsor and went
to AARP and they were eager to do it. They were then folding baby boomers into the
organization and saw it as a real opportunity. So for four seasons, we’ve been telling these
stories. Every story we told was different and every person I interviewed had something
uniquely insightful to say. I realized that if I had at least 20 stories, I could turn it into a book.
Is the concept of reinvention something you’ve been interested in for a while?
For almost 25 years, I’ve been interested in work/life balance, what motivates people and
helps them find meaning in work, and why they make mid-career transitions, so these
interests evolved naturally into reinvention. I found myself moving into a new phase of life
and everyone else within 10 years of me was too. We look at the word retirement—we still
use it, maybe we dread it, maybe we’re giddy about it—but we look at it differently than our
parents did. I like to think of it, not as a door with an exit sign, but as a door that swings on
a hinge, from something to something else. Sometimes it’s a different version of the work
you’re currently doing, sometimes it’s a patchwork.
My sister used to run a global manufacturing
company. Today she still consults. If I call her, she
may be on a conference call or at a meeting, but she
may also be in a photography or drawing class or
maybe she’s on vacation. The list of what she does
is endless. She lives pretty much the same life she
used to, but switched the proportions around and
she’s never been happier. I have a friend who was
a chaplain at a university and is in the process of
retiring. He is looking for a lot more grandchildren
time, but is also looking forward to teaching at the
university. His motivation for retirement is that his
own father waited too long to retire and then he got
sick and died and didn’t get to enjoy retirement. So
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he is motivated by his father’s example to not wait too long and yet his own definition of
retirement includes work. So for every person thinking about reinvention or retirement,
there is every different kind of iteration of what life beyond 50 could be.
What about when retirement or reinvention is not a choice.
At book signings, I get these “haiku” stories, and I’ve heard from many people who lost a
job. In Chicago last week, one woman told me she was “riffed” (reduction in force) from her
company. She is in her 50s and she’s looking at the book with a very different attitude than
the next woman in line, who was giddy about retiring and deciding what to do now that
she was free from a paying job. She may or may not have a clue as to what that something
is, but she comes to it with optimism that there is something more—maybe even the best
yet. So I’ve seen the spectrum. There was a man in St. Louis who looked to be in his 70s.
He explained that he had had a stroke, and for three years he couldn’t speak. The speech
returned but he still couldn’t read so was going to get the audio version of my book. He
laid down a brochure for me to read later and I saw that he was starting a coffee company.
Everybody coming through the line had hopes and fears, stories and questions. This isn’t a
book about how to find meaning and fulfillment in life. It’s a heads-up that we are probably
going to live longer than we were expecting to. We’re aging with greater health, so the
question is: What are you going to do with those bonus decades? True, not everybody sees
this as an opportunity; some see it as a constraint.
Each of the stories in your book teaches us important lessons.
My book starts with a story about one of my best friends. Meg had been a lawyer by
training and had retired from the law to be a stay-at-home mom. When she was ready to
re-enter the workforce, she had a resume that was way out-of-date and she felt completely
unprepared. So she enrolled in a certificate program at Columbia in environmental science,
which she had studied as an undergrad. She also had tremendous intelligence and life
skills, and management skills from being a school volunteer. The certificate wasn’t going
to get her a job, but it gave her the confidence to get a volunteer position at a museum.
In the volunteer role, all her talents and skills just blossomed again. So she took those skills
and a new 21st Century resume and went forth with confidence. An important point I
make in the book (and I’m paraphrasing from Professor Herminia Ibbara in Harvard Business
Review) is that “do” is more important than “think.” So continuing education is the “do.” It
gets you out of the house and into a classroom with other people. The brain molecules
are moving. You’re off your living room sofa and in active mode, and you’re more open
to an opportunity or idea you never thought of before. In my book, some people went
looking for something and found it. But many of the people found something they were
not looking for–or something found them. It’s not as obvious as you might think. You have
to be available to opportunities you encounter. We believe that if we think it through, and
we’re searching for our most authentic self, the answer to the question “If you could be
anything you wanted, what would it be?” should be obvious. But most people come up
blank to that question–even at this age. When we were younger, we fell into careers for
various reasons. Maybe you became a doctor because your father was a doctor or you
became an accountant because you got A’s in accounting courses. I don’t know how I fell
into my career. It had something to do with joining the speech and debate team when I
was 15, but I was not looking for a career in television.
It was an opportunity that presented itself and when
opportunity was at the door, I always answered the
door. And as inspired as I am to keep doing so in the
future, I don’t presume that opportunity will always
be knocking at my door. To stretch the metaphor a
bit, I understand that I have to leave home to go find
the opportunity. It’s not likely to come and find me.
Why is stepping out of our comfort zone important?
Reaching out. Stepping out frightens people. It’s
like an extreme makeover. It’s paralyzing. I want to
stay in my comfort zone, but I want to push the
envelope a bit. The stories I tell are about people
who found something entirely different within
the parameters of what they had already been
“We look at the word
retirement differently
than our parents did.”
Jane
Pauley
guiding
boomers
through
midlife
Jane Pauley with Tom Brokaw on NBC’s Today Show
THE LONG ISLAND WOMAN INTERVIEW
doing. So not necessarily a complete change in career,
just a change in context. One of the chapters is called “Do
Something Different.” This is a story about a professional
golfer that I found in the sports pages. Michael Allen was
talented enough to be one of only 200 golfers on a PGA
tour, but I had never heard of him. After leaving the game
and trying various jobs in order to support his family, he
decided to give professional golf another try, and is now
playing better in his 50s than he ever played before. It was
his good fortune that a dozen friends staked his comeback.
He won two back-to-back tournaments and within a year,
he was able to pay his friends back. The reason I did the
story, however, was because of something his wife told
him. When he proposed going back into professional golf,
she suggested to him, “If you are going to try it again, this
time do something different.” She didn’t tell him what to
do, but he got her message. He hired a new swing coach,
saw a sports psychologist and changed his fitness routine
in order to become a better golfer. So the lesson is this: if
you’re stuck or if you have a circumstance that you cannot
change, think about doing something different.
You’ve been very open about your bipolar disorder. How
do health issues play into the theme of reinvention?
Well, that‘s a very important part of this book. Life comes
with surprises and not all of them are good. That’s why every
one of my stories ends in a reality check. My reality check
was that I had an unexpected health event, but it was still
important to remain productive, creative and engaged. As
I go forward in life, I don’t know what the future will bring–
opportunity or something else? I hope I have the ability to
work with the cards I’m dealt and I think that explains why
I’m optimistic about my own life going forward. I am not
by nature an optimist. But on the book tour I’ve learned so
much from people sharing their own stories. Someone told
me a story about a guy named Doug Smith, who headed
up a large food company. When he was diagnosed with
a slow-moving type of blood cancer, he resigned and
then realized he needed to do something. He decided he
could teach a course on leadership, but found the topic of
happiness a more intriguing topic. So he taught courses on
happiness. As the story was told to me, I recognized myself.
According to Doug Smith, some people have the ability to
Jane Pauley with husband
Garry Trudeau
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What book are you reading right now?
Whenever I am between books, I always retreat
to Jane Austen. So I am reading Emma for the third
time. I used to read only nonfiction, but since joining
a book club, I have rediscovered novels. I just finished
reading The Goldfinch and The Signature of All Things.
Have you been to the theater lately?
Twelfth Night was the closest thing to a blissful
experience I’ve ever had in the theater.
Do you have a favorite television show?
I love the BBC version of Sherlock, Garry (Trudeau)’s
Alpha House on Amazon, Elementary, and I’m a sucker
for Downton Abbey.
How about favorite foods?
My friends are all foodies. They cook and they love
new restaurants and they take me along with them.
My friend Belinda’s husband Jeffrey introduced me
to truffles. So we have an annual event during truffle
season. I’ve also recently discovered caviar. These are
surprising late-life discoveries.
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one; process past successes and challenges and learn from
them and move on, two; look at the future and understand
that it contains opportunities or perhaps new challenges,
but know that they have the ability to adapt and, three; be
at peace with the past and have confidence in the future.
My career, my health crisis, I’ve processed them and learned
from them, and they’ve given me the confidence that I can
handle both opportunity and contingency in the future.
What have you learned about yourself from this whole
experience?
As I’ve been on book tour speaking to audiences of 100 or
1,000, I’ve noticed something about myself: I’ve noticed a
woman speaking with passion–and it has been a revelation
to me. Before this, I wouldn’t have known how to fill in the
blank for what my passion was. But by writing a book and
going on a book tour–“doing” rather than just “thinking”–my
passion was revealed.
So what’s next for you?
As I go forward in life, I don’t know what I’ll be doing next
year. After four years of Your Life Calling segments, there
is not going to be a fifth year. So I am back in reinvention
mode. But as we know from every story in my book, you can
take it with you … your experience, your education, your
passions. They all give you more options.O
From Your Life Calling
by Jane Pauley
Your Life Calling: Reimagining the Rest of Your Life is
neither a “must do” nor a “how to.” But I do hope to
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Getaway
by Lee Hitraot
Montebello, Quebec
T
he main reason to visit Montebello
The lobby at Fairmont
is it’s crowned jewel, the Fairmont Le Château Montebello
Le Château Montebello. At the
center of this sleepy town is this
magnificent year-round upscale resort located in the midst of the wilderness of French speaking Quebec.
Its an architectural wonder that is
guaranteed to keep you busy with a
variety of seasonal activities, or you
can just luxuriate in the trademark
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The Fairmont Le Château was
built in 1930. 3,500 craftsmen used
10,000 red-cedar logs to build this
“log chateau,” all cut and set by
hand, in just four months. The result is a magnificent combination
of rustic luxury and the largest log
structure in the world.
The resort has hosted a number of
historic meetings, including a G-7
International Economic Summit,
attended by political figures including Ronald Reagan, François Mitterand, Pierre Trudeau and Margaret
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More recently, the Quebec luxury
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The resort is also popular for a variety
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curling. There’s plenty to do
The result is
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biking and golfing on and
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1850, occupies a prominent spot
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How do we slow down the effects of Father Time and and jowls tighten, that is the type of natural result I can obtain for you!
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Tired eyes?
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Catching Up with Carol
by Carol Silva
Flying High at the Cradle of Aviation Museum
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50 girls’ hands recently flew up at once, each student bursting to tell me where
she had been on a plane. “The Caribbean! California! Disney!”
Then I interrupted their teenaged enthusiasm with this, “Did you ever consider
what was behind your ability to sit down in a metal tube the length of two and a
half football fields, pierce the clouds and ride six miles high at nearly 600 miles an
hour, while snacking on pretzels and soda? What made that possible?”
They got mighty quiet until I said, “It’s possible because of STEM. Science,
technology, engineering and math! And with the efforts of women like these!”
150 middle and high school students leaned in from their seats at the Cradle of
Aviation Museum’s Dome Theatre in Garden City, where I emceed their annual Girls
STEM event. They wanted a closer look at three aviation greats: Haze Gal, Jessica
Daisy and Lysa Scully. Haze, one of the first U.S. Air Force female officers to control
nuclear missiles. Jessica, a United Airlines pilot turned Pepsi-Co corporate pilot. Lysa,
the Deputy Director of one of the world’s busiest airports; LaGuardia. I
Some men turned to these aviation and aerospace pioneering women and asked,
“So where have science, technology, engineering and math taken
weren’t
you?” Speeding in fighter jets. Traveling through the most futuristic
ready to
airports around the world. Standing on the Great Wall of China.
Impressive.
share the
And that was just the first two minutes of an incredible two hours.
These
aviation giants shared their stories at the Museum’s Women’s
skies with
History Month Salute to Women in STEM. To teach girls the value
a woman
of science, technology, engineering and math, they broke through
classroom walls. Haze took these girls back to her childhood with 14
pilot.
brothers and sisters on an upstate onion farm. They were shocked to
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hear Haze was punished in third grade for deciding she’d go to college someday.
Jessica explained the self-doubt that clouded her earliest flights, when college
flight instructors told her, “You just aren’t good enough.” Finally one instructor
admitted, some men weren’t ready to share the skies with a woman pilot.
Lysa had the blessing of her immigrant parents who wanted her to have a
life beyond their long hours in a pizzeria. They offered Lysa hard work and an
education. She had to find her way and her mentors. Today Lysa supervises the
shepherding of 27-million passengers through LaGuardia Airport every year, while
also shepherding life for her husband and four sons.
I promised those girls that they’ll eventually have far more control over where
and how they work, if today they resist “dummying down” to impress boys.
Then those hands shot back up when I closed by asking what they’d learned. The
girls stood and in strong voices faced each other. “That I can’t give up; that I have
to work even harder when life is hard! That I have to find my own mentors. That
we girls have to help each other!”
Here’s some simple math. 150 girls blossomed in three hours in a theatre that
holds 300. That meant 150 girls missed a free program where they also meet female
fighter pilots and astronauts. It makes me hope that this
summer every school calculates a way to get more girls
there next year, to start flight plans for their futures.
The Cradle of Aviation also offers summer programs for
students and for teachers. www.cradleofaviation.org. ●
News 12’s Carol Silva has been bringing Long Islanders
their local news for more than 25 years, weekdays
starting at 5 AM on News 12 Long Island.
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Osteoporosis
by Dr. Charlotte Rhee
by Dr. Alex Rosioreanu
Women with very scar) leaves the breasts with a vertical
large
pendulous and a long horizontal scar (along the
breasts may experi- breast crease). I utilize the LeJour techence a variety of nique which leaves the breast with a
medical problems single vertical incision (lollipop scar)
including back and neck pain. Also, and in my opinion, with a rounder
the weight of large breasts can cause and more naturally appearing breast
the bra straps to dig into the shoul- with a better cosmetic result.
ders leaving groove
Breast reductions are
markings. Large breasts
performed as an outpaThe LeJour technique tient procedure and are
get in the way of physical activities such as leaves the breast with covered by insurance. If
running and other a single vertical incision you would like to learn
sports which can make
more about this proce(lollipop scar).
exercise and weight
dure, please call our
loss very difficult if not
Huntington office to
impossible.
schedule a complimentary consultaBreast Reduction, also known as tion with Dr. Rhee at (631) 424-6707.
reduction mammaplasty, is a surgical
Dr. Charlotte Rhee is a Board
procedure undertaken to make the Certified Plastic and Reconstructive
breasts smaller. There are many differ- Surgeon who specializes in surgery
ent breast reduction techniques. The of the breast. Visit www.liplastic surmore traditional method (inverted T- gery.com.
Osteoporosis is a After menopause, estrogen deficiency
bone disease that leads results in a rapid reduction of bone
to decreased bone density. (In men, a decrease in testostermineral density and one has a similar, but less pronounced,
increased risk for frac- effect.) While osteoporosis occurs in all
tures. About 10 million ethnic groups, those of European or
Americans have osteo- Asian ancestry have a greater risk, as
porosis (80% are women), and around do those with a family history of frac34 million are at risk for the disease. ture or osteoporosis. A small stature is
also a risk factor associSome estimates suggest
that about half of all The biggest risk factors ated with the development of osteoporosis. In
women over the age of
for osteoporosis are
addition, smoking and
50 will fracture a bone
because of osteoporosis. advanced age and being excessive alcohol consumption can accelerate
Osteoporosis is usually
female.
bone loss.
diagnosed using a DualFactors that may help
energy X-ray Absorptiometry (DXA) bone density scan. The protect against osteoporosis include
quick and painless scan uses two kinds regular weight-bearing exercises (walkof low-energy X-rays that produce im- ing, dancing, running), and eating a
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You choose your pharmacy
Pain Management Acu- proach, you will not gain back the weight
puncture is a very effective
you lost, can see results as early as the FIRST
treatment for pain relief. WEEK, food cravings and appetite will be
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and has no negative side your metabolic function will improve.
effects. In 70% of cases,
Hair Loss: Both men and women sufferers
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Meet The Health Professionals
Hilton C. Adler, M.D., FACS
Arif Ahmad M.D., FRCS, FACS
Dr. Stephen Atkins, PhD
Dr. Michael Berlin
Dr. Dazhi Chen, Ph.D., La.C
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and Spa Belle Meade
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Dr. Adler is a “Top Doctor” recipient
and the co-founder of Suffolk Plastic
Surgeons, P.C. and Spa Belle Meade.
With nearly 30 years of experience as a
board-certified plastic surgeon, he’s also
an associate clinical professor at SUNY
Stony Brook and head of the Quality
Assurance Committee – Ambulatory
Surgery Center since 2005. He also
founded the Aesthetic Plastic Surgery
Center at St. Charles Hospital. He’s
experienced in all areas of body and
facial plastic surgery, injectables/fillers,
and non-invasive body-contouring
and skin-tightening treatments. Also
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Atkins Wellness Solutions
75 Prospect St., Ste. 114, Huntington
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Dr. Stephen H. Atkins has 30 years
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He is owner and clinical director of
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Huntington. Dr. Atkins received his PhD
in Integrative Medicine in 2001 and is
Board Certified in Holistic Health. He
has worked in and has directed clinical
services for medical facilities in both the
United States and Mexico. He brings with
him an exhaustive body of knowledge
in nutrition, digestion, oral nutritional
therapies, integrative cancer therapies,
detoxification, bio-energetic assessments
and treatment, homeopathy and
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Well known as a gentle, intuitive,
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over 20 years experience in the
holistic health field. He is a key note
speaker and educator, and has been
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people. Through extensive additional
training, Dr. Berlin with his partner
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holistic Chiropractic that resolves
stress and improves the health of your
nervous system to truly help families
heal their bodies...and their lives.
Dr. Dazhi Chen, a credentialed
acupuncturist at North Shore Hospital,
graduated from Liaoning College of
Traditional Chinese Medicine in China
and received his master’s degree in
acupuncture. He then worked as an
Assistant Professor in the Acupuncture
Department at his college as well as
The Beijing College of Acupuncture and
Osteopathy, Beijing. Dr. Chen received
his Ph.D. from Kyoto Prefectural
University of Medicine in Japan. He
has trained and practiced traditional
Chinese Medicine, specializing in
acupuncture for more than 30 years
and has helped many people live painfree and healthier lives.
Dr. Ahmad is one of “America’s Top
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Dr. Ahmad is trained in utilizing the da
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He is currently the Director of Bariatric
surgery at John T. Mather Memorial
Hospital with a Center of Excellence
status. He is a member of the American
Society of Bariatric Surgery, fellow of
the American College of Surgeons as
well as a member of the Society of
American Gastroendoscopic Surgeons.
Bethany DeVito, MD
Dr. Jillian Finker, ND, CNS
Linda J. Golden, DDS
Stephen T. Greenberg, MD
Andrew A. Jacono, MD, FACS
GI Health Center for Women
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Bethany DeVito, MD is Director of the
GI Health Center for Women at North
Shore University Hospital and Director
of the Video Capsule Endoscopy Program. She is a Board Certified Gastroenterologist and an Assistant Professor
of Medicine at the Hofstra North ShoreLIJ School of Medicine. Dr. DeVito is a
frequent lecturer in the community
on women’s GI issues. She directs the
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gastroenterology with a special interest
in Women’s Health, Irritable Bowel
Syndrome, colon cancer screening and
small intestine diseases.
Dr. Finker is trained as a primary care
doctor with her undergraduate degree
from Stony Brook University and her naturopathic medical degree from SCNM.
She specializes in women’s health treating various hormonal problems ranging
from PMS to infertility. Dr. Finker also
helps her patients with thyroid issues,
gastrointestinal problems, and anxiety.
She utilizes nutrition, supplements,
homeopathy and various other healing
techniques to help heal her patient’s
health problems. Dr. Finker has over ten
years of clinical experience and compassionately guides her patients back onto
their path of wellness. It’s About Wellness, Naturally her latest publication is
available on Amazon.
Linda J. Golden, D.D.S. has extensive
experience in general, cosmetic, and
biological dentistry. Dr. Golden has
spent countless hours educating
herself in the newest technologies such
as: laser therapies, digital radiography,
CEREC technology, ozone therapy,
and much more. She is dedicated to
working closely with her patients and
their health care professionals such as:
nutritionists, naturopaths, and general
practitioners to ensure a patient’s
optimal wellness. As a biological &
integrative dental practitioner Dr.
Golden’s utmost importance is treating
the entire patient, and not just their
teeth. Simply put, when you leave
Golden Dental you leave with a smile!
One of NY’s most well-known Board
Certified cosmetic plastic surgeons
and radio show talk host, Dr. Stephen
T. Greenberg offers a full range of
cosmetic surgical and non-invasive
procedures in a beautifully-appointed
environment. Whether your interest
is breast augmentation, liposuction,
tummy tuck, facelift, injections or
lasers, Dr. Greenberg is a perfectionist
who strives for beautiful, naturallooking results and can meet the needs
of anyone from today’s top movie
star to the ‘soccer mom’ next door.
First on Long Island to offer Cellulazethe newest technology in cellulite
reduction! Call for a complimentary
consultation in the Southampton,
Woodbury or Manhattan offices.
The New York Center for Facial, Plastic
and Laser Surgery
440 Northern Blvd., Great Neck
516-773-4646
newyorkfacialplasticsurgery.com
see ads on pages 9 & 15
Dr. Andrew Jacono is a Dual Board
Certified, Facial Plastic and Reconstructive
Surgeon practicing in Great Neck and
Manhattan. He is Section Head of Facial
Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery at
North Shore Univ. Hospital, Assistant
Clinical Professor at The NY Eye and Ear
Infirmary and Albert Einstein College
of Medicine; and author of the book
The Face Of The Future, Look Natural,
Not Plastic. He has been featured on
Good Morning America, CNN, USA
Today and has his own television show
on Discovery Channel called Facing
Trauma! He specializes in minimally
invasive facelifts, eyelid lifts, browlifts,
rhinoplasty, laser skin resurfacing, Botox,
Juvederm, Radiesse and more.
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Elana Kastner, M.D.
Dilip D. Madnani, MD, FACS
Bat Sheva Marcus, LMSW, MPH, PhD
James C. Marotta, MD FACS
Kelly O’Malley-Mattone, MD
Women’s Contemporary Care Associates
444 Merrick Rd., Lynbrook
516-536-5656
winthropwcca.com
see ad on page 15
Laserderm Center of Long Island
327 Middle Country Rd, Smithtown
820 Second Ave, Ste. 3A, New York
631-979-0909
LASERDERMCOMsDRMADNANICOM
see ad on page 23
Medical Center for Female Sexuality
70 Glen Cove Rd., Ste. LL2,
Roslyn Heights
see ad for two other locations.
516-430-5300
centerforfemalesexuality.com
see ad on page 7
Marotta Facial Plastic Surgery, P.C.
895 West Jericho Tpke., Smithtown
631-982-2022
MarottaMD.com
see ad on pages 13
Aesthetic Medical Studio
"OND3T'REAT.ECKs
aestheticmedicalstudio.com
see ad on page 12
Elana Kastner, M.D., is a board-certified
obstetrician/gynecologist at Women’s
Contemporary Care Associates and
Winthrop-University Hospital, on staff since
1994 (graduated from Cornell University
Medical College) Diplomate American
Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology,
Assistant Clinical Professor of Obstetrics
and Gynecology at SUNY Stony Brook
School of Medicine and active with
North American Society for pediatric and
adolescent gynecology; awarded the
Patients’ Choice Award by the American
Registry annually since 2008. Her practice
consists of pre-conceptual counseling,
obstetrics, gynecology and preventive
healthcare. She is fluent in Hebrew and has
expertise in the special issues pertaining to
Jewish ritual laws of marital intimacy.
Dr. Madnani is a dual board certified
Facial Plastic surgeon. He specializes in
facial cosmetic surgery including facelifts, neck-lifts, eye-lifts and lipofilling
for facial rejuvenation as well as the
latest fillers and injectables. With a
natural aesthetic and eye for detail, Dr
Madnani’s special training allows him to
perform all his procedures without the
use of general anesthesia, maximizing
patient safety and comfort. Dr Madnani
is also cofounder of purehealplus.com,
a line of post surgical skin care. Call or
email his office to attend their monthly
‘Evenings of Beauty’ to learn about the
Aging Face and Facial Plastic Surgery.
Bat Sheva Marcus, LMSW, MPH, PhD,
a licensed social worker with master’s
degrees from Columbia University
and a PhD in Human Sexuality is one
of the founders of the Medical Center
for Female Sexuality and has served
as its director since the launch of the
Center in 2000. Opened over 13 years
ago in Purchase, and with a location
in Manhattan, the Medical Center
for Female Sexuality opened a new
practice in Long Island. It is one of the
few places in the country that provides
medical, psychological, behavioral, and
emotional support for patients with
sexual issues.
Dr. Marotta is a dual Board Certified
Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon
with expertise in facial rejuvenation and
anti-aging procedures. He has trained
at the prestigious Yale and Columbia
Universities and is highly regarded for
his notable contributions to medical
journals on facial aging & rhinoplasty.
He has performed medical missions
overseas and continues to donate his
time to local and national charities as
well as teaching as a Clinical Assistant
Professor of Surgery at Stony Brook.
As Medical Director of Marotta Facial
Plastic Surgery and its subdivisions, Dr.
Marotta and his staff are committed to
providing patients specialized care with
compassion and respect.
Kelly O’Malley Mattone, M.D. is a Mount
Sinai trained physician and anatomy expert who received her Medical Degree
in 1989 and served as Chief Resident
and Gross Anatomy Teaching Assistant.
Dr. O’Malley Mattone continued at
Mount Sinai Hospital as an Attending
Physician, Clinical Residency Instructor
and Associate Professor of Gross Anatomy. At her practice, Aesthetic Medical
Studio, she will erase years from your
face and take inches off your body without pain, surgery or downtime. During
your private complimentary consultation, you will see unretouched photo
albums of Dr. O’Malley Mattone’s work
that undeniably confirm her state-of-theart non-surgical procedures yield visible
and measurable results.
Steven Mendelsohn, MD
Dr. Ray Omid
Randi Realson, LCSW, PhD
Charlotte Ann Rhee, MD
H. Sasson, MD, FACS
Zwanger-Pesiri Radiology
12 locations throughout Long Island
516/631- Z-W-A-N-G-E-R
zprad.com
see ads on page 24 and back cover
Advanced Holistic Healthcare
901 Stewart Ave., Garden City
516 742-5715
Premium Holistic Healthcare
325 N. Broadway, Jericho
516 433-8720
advancedholistic.com
see ad on page 2
Aesthetic Medical Studio
1 Great Neck Rd., Ste. #1, Great Neck
516-487-3981
drrandirealson.com
see ad on page 16
257 East Jericho Tpke.,
Huntington Station
631-424-6707
liplasticsurgery.com
see ads on pages 5 & 25
For the past 30 years, Dr. Randi Realson
has helped people overcome various
eating, weight, depression, anxiety, and
interpersonal issues. From simple overeating and binge eating to anorexia and
bulimia, her approach has succeeded
where diets, bariatric surgery and other
methods fall short. Her multi-faceted
therapy, including EMDR and hypnotherapy, combined with a solid psychotherapeutic foundation and eating awareness
training when dealing with eating issues,
enables patients to free themselves from
the suffering created by struggles with
self-esteem, food, weight, and body issues, depression and anxiety. Hope and
help are truly available, as is a fulfilling
and healthy life.
Dr. Charlotte Ann Rhee is a board
certified plastic and reconstructive
surgeon. Dr. Rhee specializes in surgery
of the breast; Lejour (lollipop scar)
breast reduction/lifts and mommy
makeovers. She is a Diplomate of the
American Board of Plastic Surgery and
a Fellow of the American College of
Surgeons (FACS). Her in-office surgical
facility is fully accredited by the Joint
Commission (JCAHO). If you would like
to schedule a complimentary cosmetic
consultation with Dr. Rhee, please call
her Huntington office at 631-424-6707.
Please feel free to visit her web site at
www.liplasticsurgery.com.
Sasson Plastic Surgery
1000 Northern Blvd, Ste. 370,
'REAT.ECKs
0ARK!VE-ANHATTANs
sassonplasticsurgery.com
see ad on page 17
Dr. Sasson is a board-certified plastic
surgeon with more than 16 years
of experience. A graduate from the
University of Massachusetts Medical
School, Dr. Sasson trained at the worldrenowned UCLA and Yale University
Hospitals. He is currently the Chief of
Plastic Surgery at two North Shore-LIJ
Hospitals and is a Clinical Professor
at Hofstra North Shore-LIJ School of
Medicine. As a plastic surgeon, Dr. Sasson
is committed to restoring the quality
of life to underserved communities
around the globe. He frequently travels
to third world countries to conduct and
teach reconstructive surgeries where he
has performed hundreds of pro-bono
surgeries.
Steven Mendelsohn, M.D., Medical Director
of Zwanger-Pesiri Radiology, has been
practicing his philosophy of “patients
first” for the past 29 years. This attitude
has helped him grow one of the largest
radiology practices in the tri-state area.
He was the first to introduce advancedlevel radiology technology to Long Island,
such as the Low-Dose CT, 3T Open Skyra
MRI and 3D mammography to every
office. Dr. Mendelsohn is responsible
for providing free radiology testing
to Long Islanders who do not have
health insurance, through a program he
developed called “Give Back Sunday.”
Dr. Mendelsohn is a member of the
Long Island Radiological Society and The
Nassau County Medical Society.
Dr. Ray Omid is the founder and creator
of Advanced Holistic and Premium
Holistic Healthcare Centers Dr. Ray is
an expert in health and wellness and
has spent more than a decade helping
people take back ownership of their
health and has helped over 20,00
patients become even more healthy.
He is a graduate of Life University and
specializes in using over 70 different
techniques and methods designed to
remove interference so the body can
function properly. Holistic techniques
are designed to address the structural,
chemical and emotional components
to health and well-being.
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SPOTLIGHT
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s,OVE3TORIES&OR"ETTEROF&OR7ORSE 2pm. 111 W.
Park Ave., Long Beach. 516-432-7200. longbeachlibrary.
org. With Elizabeth Rowe.
s/LIVER.ORTH7pm. Book Revue. 313 New York Ave.,
Huntington. 631-271-1442. bookrevue.com. He will
speak about and sign his novel; Counterfeit Lies.
11
s!MARE 3TOUDEMIRE 7pm. Book Revue. 313 New
York Ave., Huntington. 631-271-1442. bookrevue.com.
He will speak about and sign his new cookbook;
Cooking With Amar’e.
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Evening of Beauty
Current Techniques in Facial Rejuvenation
Have questions about tired looking eyes? Frown
lines? Sagging neck and jaw line? Ever consider a
facial rejuvenation procedure? Dilip D. Madnani, MD,
FACS, a double board certified Facial Plastic Surgeon,
will be speaking and answering questions on Current
Techniques in Facial Rejuvenation. Dr. Madnani is the
facial plastic surgeon for the dermatology offices of Dr.
Donna A. Serure at Laserderm Center of Smithtown. Dr.
Madnani is also co-founder of purehealplus.com scar
care available at Laserderm. Join us for a free personal
facial analysis.
When: Wednesday, June 25 from 6-7pm
Where: Laserderm Center of Smithtown
Tickets: Seating is limited. Please RSVP by calling (631)
979-0909 or email us at [email protected]
www.laserderm.com www.drmadnani.com
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Classes, Lectures
& Seminars
2
s#OMPLIMENTARY $INNER (EALTH 4ALK 6:30pm. Umberto’s Italian Restaurant. 633 Jericho Tpke., New
Hyde Park. RSVP to Bessi at 917-747-2795. Dr. Ray will
speak about discovering the three components to a
100 year lifestyle; how to regain health and vitality,
how to have more energy and less stress, and how to
prevent medical debt and protect your #1 asset.
3
s4HE 'RATEFUL $EAD 2ARE 0ERFORMANCES 7:30pm.
Every other Monday. Cinema Arts Centre Sky Room.
423 Park Ave., Huntington. 631-423-7611. cinemaartscentre.org. With guest speaker, Bill Shelley.
s!SK THE %XPERTS "REAST #ANCER -EDICAL 5PDATE
7pm. Adelphi University’s University Center. Garden
City. 516-877-4325. Registration required.
s,ISA 3EE 7pm. Book Revue. 313 New York Ave.,
Huntington. 631-271-1442. bookrevue.com. She will
speak about and sign her novel; China Dolls.
s7HEN #OMEDY 7ENT TO 3CHOOL 1-2:30pm. Friedberg JCC. 15 Neil Ct., Oceanside. 516-766-4341. friedbergjcc.org. Lecture by Joseph Dorinson.
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s#HARLES *AMES "EYOND &ASHION 1pm. Peninsula
Public Library. 280 Central Ave., Lawrence. 516-2393262. peninsulapublic.org. Illustrated lecture with Vivian Gordon.
20
s,INDA &AIRSTEIN 7pm. Book Revue. 313 New York
Ave., Huntington. 631-271-1442. bookrevue.com. She
will speak about and sign her new novel; Terminal
City.
23
s3USAN 3ETTENBRINO 7pm. Book Revue. 313 New
York Ave., Huntington. 631-271-1442. bookrevue.com.
She will speak about and sign her book; The New York
State Court System: A Look at the Entrenched Power,
Politics and Over $2 Billion of NY State Funding- Comprising JUSTICE for “JUST US”.
25
s3EMINAR ON -INIMALLY )NVASIVE &ACIAL 0LASTIC 3URGERYAND.ON3URGICAL4REATMENTS 5-6pm. With Dr.
yofg. RSVP to 516-773-4646.
s0AOLA 6ERONESE 1pm. Peninsula Public Library. 280
Central Ave., Lawrence. 516-239-3262. peninsulapublic.
org. With historian and educator, Ines Powell.
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s,IZA ,UGO 7pm. Book Revue. 313 New York Ave.,
Huntington. 631-271-1442. bookrevue.com. She will
speak about and sign her book; How Do Hurricane
Katrina’s Winds Blow: Racism in Twenty-First Century
New Orleans.
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s"RIAN7HITE7pm. Book Revue. 313 New York Ave.,
Huntington. 631-271-1442. bookrevue.com. He will
speak about and sign his novel; Cuba After Dark.
s!3ALUTETO(OAGY#ARMICHAEL 1pm. Peninsula Public
Library. 280 Central Ave., Lawrence. 516-239-3262. peninsulapublic.org. Performance/lecture with Harvey
Granat.
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s7ELCOME TO THE 0OLLENNATION 12pm. 71 Old
Westbury Rd., Old Westbury. 516-333-0048. oldwestburygardens.org.
s! 4RIBUTE TO ,ONG )SLANDS &AVORITE 3ON "ILLY *OEL
1pm. Peninsula Public Library. 280 Central Ave., Lawrence. 516-239-3262. peninsulapublic.org.
June
30
SPOTLIGHT
s#OMPLIMENTARY $INNER (EALTH 4ALK 6:30pm. See
June 2nd.
ONGOING
s"ALLROOM ,ATIN $ANCE ,ESSONS Mondays 8:309:45pm. Suffolk Y JCC. 74 Happauge Rd., Commack.
631-462-9800 x139. suffolkyjcc.org. $9.
s#HAIR 9OGA3TRESS 2EDUCTION Tuesdays 12:45–
1:45pm. Hewlett House, 86 East Rockaway Rd.,
Hewlett. 516-374-3190. 1in9.org. No need to be flexible, strong, or even ambulatory to participate. For all
cancer-related illness.
s#ROCHET#LASS Thursday 12:30-3pm. Hewlett House,
86 East Rockaway Rd., Hewlett. 516-374-3190. 1in9.org.
The group is designed to help cancer patients draw
strength from each other and enjoy togetherness in
this circle of friendship.
s&ITNESS FOR /LDER !DULTS 9:05am. Fridays. Long
Beach Public Library, 11 W. Park Ave., Long Beach.
516-432-7201. nassaulibrary.org/longbeach.
s(OW 4O -EDITATE 5 week course, Tuesdays from
7:30-9:30pm. Smithtown. 631-724-9733. lightawakenings7.com.
s)NTRODUCTIONTO#OMPUTERS 1:30-3:30pm. Tuesdays.
Long Beach Public Library, 11 W. Park Ave., Long
Beach. 516-432-7201. nassaulibrary.org/longbeach.
s*APANESE #LASSICAL $ANCE: 4:30-7pm. Tuesdays.
Long Island Japanese Culture Center. 2 Haven Ave.,
Suite 236, Port Washington. 917-226-1195. takahashi.
[email protected] Learn to wear kimono and dance
with a fan in the elegant Soke Fujima style. Beginners
of all ages. For free trial lesson, contact the instructor.
s-ARRIAGE %NHANCEMENT 7ORKSHOP 9 week workshop starts January 2nd. 7-8pm. Friedberg JCC, 15
Neil Ct., Oceanside. 516-766-4341. friedbergjcc.org.
Pre-registration required.
s-AT9OGA-ONDAYS 9:15-10:30am Mondays. Friedberg JCC, 15 Neil Ct., Oceanside. 516-766-4341 x111.
friedbergjcc.org. Yoga Instructor Sandy Pinz.
s0AINTING WITH 0ASTELS Fridays through June 13th.
Cold Spring Harbor Library and Environmental Center. 95 Harbor Rd., Cold Spring Harbor. 631-692-6820.
cshlibrary.org. Registration required.
s3CREENWRITERS $ISCUSSION 'ROUP 7:30pm. Every
other Monday. Cinema Arts Centre Sky Room. 423
Park Ave., Huntington. 631-423-7611. cinemaartscentre.org.
s3ILVER3NEAKERS%XERCISE#LASSES Monday through
Saturday. Paula S. Metrolopitan Physical Therapy. Garden City, Roslyn, and Great Neck. To help balance,
agility, strengthening, endurance, and osteoperosis
for eligible seniors. Call for details 516-745-8050. Free.
s4HRIVING 4HROUGH AND "EYOND "REAST #ANCER Tuesdays, 11am-12:15pm. Hewlett House, 86 East
Rockaway Rd., Hewlett. 516-374-3190. 1in9.org. Facilitator: Dr. Ronald I Cohen, specializes in Psychotherapeutic Oncology.
s7HAT IS 3PIRITUAL $IRECTION By appointment.
Hewlett House, 86 East Rockaway Rd., Hewlett. 516374-3190. 1in9.org. Facilitator: Charlie Roemer. Spiritual direction has no agenda; it’s not therapy and not
about religious doctrine or training.
Entertainment
1
s"ILLY)DOL 8pm. The Space at Westbury. 250 Post Ave.,
Westbury. 516-283-5566. thespaceatwestbury.com.
s,IBBY AND #O *AZZ %NSEMBLE 2:30pm. Peninsula
Surgical Weight Loss Seminar
Are traditional methods of weight loss, such as diet
and exercise not working for you? Dr. Arif Ahmad
and Mather Hospital in Port Jefferson have been
jointly recognized as a Bariatric Center of Excellence
since 2007 and now offer a comprehensive program
including nutritional support, psychological help,
exercise programs and surgery. Thousands of patients
have benefited from this program which is recognized
as a premier program in Long Island. Physicians,
nutritionists and staff provide the support and help
you need to be successful and get your life back!
Informational seminars are given regularly by Dr.
Ahmad at Mather Hospital.
When: Tuesday, June 10th at 6:30 PM
Where: Mather Hospital, Conference Rooms 1 & 2
Tickets: Free Seminar. Registration Required. Call:
631.689.0220 or visit: drahmadmd.com for more information. Operators available 24/7 to register.
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Public Library. 280 Central Ave., Lawrence. 516-2393262. peninsulapublic.org.
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s"ERNIE7ILLIAMS 8pm. The Madison Theatre at Molloy College. 1000 Hempstead Ave., Rockville Centre.
516-678-5000 x7715. madisontheatreny.org.
s*OE3ATRIANI 8pm. The Space at Westbury. 250 Post
Ave., Westbury. 516-283-5566. thespaceatwestbury.
com.
s-ATTHEW0IERCE 7pm. The Heckscher Museum of Art.
2 Prime Ave., Huntington. 631-351-3250. heckscher.org.
s4HE 0LASTIC #UP "OYZ 8pm. The Paramount. 370
New York Ave., Huntington. 631-673-7300. paramountny.com.
s05",)1UARTET 7:30pm. Cinema Arts Centre. 423
Park Ave., Huntington. 631-423-7611. cinemaartscentre.org.
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s"EN%+ING 8pm. The Suffolk Theater. 118 E. Main St.,
Riverhead. 631-727-4343. suffolktheater.com.
s+EIKO-ATSUI 8pm. The Y Boulton Center for the Performing Arts. 37 W. Main St., Bay Shore. 631-969-1101.
boultoncenter.org.
s4HE -USIC OF 'EORGE (ARRISON 7:30pm. Dix Hills
Performing Arts Center. 305 North Service Rd., Dix Hills.
631-656-2148. dhpac.org. With Tom Cavanagh and
Something.
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s'EORGIA3ATELLITES 8pm. The Suffolk Theater. 118 E.
Main St., Riverhead. 631-727-4343. suffolktheater.com.
s'UITAR 'ODS 8pm. The Paramount. 370 New
York Ave., Huntington. 631-673-7300. paramountny.
com.
s+IRK&RANKLIN 8pm. NYCB Theatre at Westbury. 960
Brush Hollow Rd., Westbury. 800-745-3000. livenation.com.
Now thru June 30, 2014
“Hear The Difference”
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Smokey Joe’s Cafe
featuring The Coasters
In the late 1950s, The Coasters created good-humored
“storytelling” hits that are some of the most entertaining
from the original era of rock and roll. This Rock ‘n Roll
Hall of Fame musical group is best known for songs like
“Yakety Yak,” “Young Blood” & “Charlie Brown,” that
reflected the life of the American teenager with keen wit
and hot, rocking harmonies.
For a limited time, The Coasters will be performing many
of their hit songs in Smokey Joe’s Cafe. Directed and
choreographed by Tony Award nominee, Chet Walker
(Pippin, Fosse), this show can only be seen at The
Gateway.
When: June 11 - June 28
Where: The Gateway Playhouse, 215 South Country Rd.,
Bellport
Tickets: Purchase tickets by calling 631-286-1133 or
1-888-TIX-NOW, or online at www.GatewayPlayhouse.com.
Matinee & evening performances available..
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York Ave., Huntington. 631-673-7300. paramountny.
com.
s7OODLANDS &OLK &ESTIVAL 11:30am-7pm. The
Unitarian Universalist Fellowship at Stony Brook. 631569-5552. woodlandsfolkfest.org.
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s"UDDY-ERRIAMS"ACK2OADS4RIO 2pm. 111 W. Park
Ave., Long Beach. 516-432-7200. longbeachlibrary.org.
s4UCK AND 0ATTI *AZZ $UO 8pm. The Suffolk Theater.
118 E. Main St., Riverhead. 631-727-4343. suffolktheater.
com.
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s"UDDY'UY 8pm. The Paramount. 370 New York Ave.,
Huntington. 631-673-7300. paramountny.com.
s2INGO3TARRAND(IS!LL3TARR"AND 8pm. NYCB Theatre at Westbury. 960 Brush Hollow Rd., Westbury.
800-745-3000. livenation.com.
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960 Brush Hollow Rd., Westbury. 800-745-3000. livenation.com.
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631-727-4343. suffolktheater.com.
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s"ENJAMIN6ERDERY 7pm. The Heckscher Museum of
Art. 2 Prime Ave., Huntington. 631-351-3250. heckscher.
s*ARROD 3PECTOR 8pm. Landmark on Main Street.
232 Main St., Suite 1. Port Washington. 516-767-1384.
landmarkonmainstreet.org.
s,ISA-ARIE0RESLEY 8pm. The Y Boulton Center for
the Performing Arts. 37 W. Main St., Bay Shore. 631969-1101. boultoncenter.org.
s7ANDA3YKES 8pm. NYCB Theatre at Westbury. 960
Brush Hollow Rd., Westbury. 800-745-3000. livenation.com.
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sND3TREET Through June 8th. Gateway Playhouse.
215 S. Country Rd., Bellport. 631-286-1133. gatewayplayhouse.com. See Spotlight on page 28.
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Theater. 250 Main St., Northport. 631-261-2900. engemantheater.com.
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631-261-2900. engemantheater.com.
s3INGININTHE2AIN Through July 20th. CM Performing Arts Center. 931 Montauk Hwy., Oakdale. 631-2182810. cmpac.com.
s3MOKEY *OES #AFE June 11th through 28th. Gateway Playhouse. 215 S. Country Rd., Bellport. 631-2861133. gatewayplayhouse.com.
s3PRING!WAKENING Through June 15th. CM Performing Arts Center. 931 Montauk Hwy., Oakdale. 631-2182810. cmpac.com.
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s!NTIQUE#AR3HOW 9am-3pm. 71 Old Westbury Rd.,
Old Westbury. 516-333-0048. oldwestburygardens.
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s&)NE!RTAND#RAFT&AIR 10am-5pm. Heckscher Park.
164 Main St., Huntington. artleagueli.org.
s3TEPPING /UT TO #URE 3CLERODERMA 9am. Wantagh
Park. 1 King Rd., Wantagh. 800-867-0885. sclerodermatristate.org. Walk to raise awareness and money needed
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s0LANTING AN %NCHANTED 'ARDEN 12pm. 71 Old
Westbury Rd., Old Westbury. 516-333-0048. oldwestburygardens.org.
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s4ALES)NSPIRE 7-9pm. Huntington Public Library. 338
Main St., Huntington. 631-427-5165. thehuntingtonlibrary.org. Multimedia presentation with Lois W. Stern
presenting how to structure your stories effectively,
preserve them for posterity and make them available
in soft cover and e-book formats using CreateSpace, a
free internet tool.
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&UNDRAISER 11am. Westhampton Country Club. 35
Potunk Ln., Westhampton Beach. 631-288-2350. xt.
117. Reply to Roberta Shoten at [email protected]
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History Museum. 377 Bridgehampton/Sag Harbor
Tpke., Bridgehampton. 631-537-9735. easternlongislandaudubonsociety.org.
s9OGA AND 7ELLNESS %VENT 9am. Yoga, meditation
and wellness speakers. The Old Field Club. East Setauket. 631-672-9613. mhasuffolk.org.
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s"IRDINGAT(EMPSTEAD,AKE3TATE0ARK 7am. Hempstead Lake State Park. 631-219-8947. easternlongislandaudubonsociety.org.
s#OMMUNITY7ELLNESS$AY 12-4pm. 516-433-8720.
Dr. Ray Omid will be sharing information on health
and safety, environmental and financial awareness.
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to benefit the Jericho Fire Department.
s2OSESINTHE7ALLED'ARDEN 2pm. 71 Old Westbury
Rd., Old Westbury. 516-333-0048. oldwestburygardens.org. With Kim Johnson.
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s,IVINGWITH7ILDLIFEON,ONG)SLAND 6pm. Brookside
County Park. 59 Brook St., Sayville. 631-563-7716. gsbas.org.
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Mark Romaine.
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s#LASSICAL -OTIFS IN THE 'ARDENS 9am-3pm. 71 Old
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s!FTERMODERNIS- 3PRING Through July 6th.
One Museum Drive, Roslyn Harbor. 516-484-9337.
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631-462-9800 x139. syjcc.org. Widow and widowers
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s&AMILY3UNDAYATTHE-USEUM 1pm, Sundays. One
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exhibition and, beginning at 1:30 pm, supervised art
activities for the whole family. Special family guides of
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s&RIENDSHIP#IRCLE 12:30-3pm. 1st and 3rd Thursdays
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up. $6.
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631-462-9800 x140. suffolkyjcc.org. $5.
s'ARDEN0ARTY Through July 6th. One Museum Drive,
Roslyn Harbor. 516-484-9337. nassaumuseum.org.
s'IVE "ACK 3UNDAYS Once a month Zwanger-Pesiri
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s,EARN TO 0LAY -AH *ONG Thursdays. 10am-12pm.
June 19th-31st. Friedberg JCC. 15 Neil Ct., Oceanside.
516-766-4341. friedbergjcc.org.
s-ARVELSAND-ONSTERS5NMASKING!SIAN)MAGES
IN53#OMICS Through July 27th. Charles
B. Wang Center Theatre Lobby Gallery. Stony
Brook University. 631-632-4400. [email protected]
stonybrook.edu.
s-ASH5P#OLLAGESIN-IXED-EDIA June 29th
through September 14th. Islip Art Museum. 50
Irish Lane., East Islip. 631-224-5402. islipartmuseum.org. Curated by Stephen Lamia, Ph.D.
s.#-!S 3CULPTURE 0ARK Nassau County Museum of Art, One Museum Drive, Roslyn Harbor.
516-484-9337. nassaumuseum.org. More than 50
works by renowned artists set amidst the 145-acre
property.
s.#-!S 7ALKING 4RAILS AND 'ARDENS Nassau
County Museum of Art, One Museum Drive, Roslyn Harbor. 516-484-9337. nassaumuseum.org. The
museum’s 145 acres include many marked nature
trails through the woods. Experience the many
lush examples of horticultural arts.
s/RCHID*OURNEYS June 7th-12th. Bayard Cutting
Arboretum. 631-581-1002. bayardcuttingarboretum.com. $10.
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x335. miyjcc.org. Ages 60 and up. $6.
s2!02ETIREES!CTIVITY0ROGRAM: 12:30-3pm, 2nd
and 4th Thursdays of the month. Mid-Island Y JCC,
45 Manetto Hill Rd., Plainview. 516-822-3535 x335.
miyjcc.org. Ages 55 and up. $6.
s2HYTHM2EPETITIONINTHETH#ENTURY Through
August 10th. The Heckscher Museum of Art. 2 Prime
Ave., Huntington. 631-351-3250. heckscher.org.
s3EASOF"LUE!SIAN)NDIGO$YE Through July 27th.
Charles B. Wang Center Skylight Gallery. Stony Brook
University. 631-632-4400. [email protected]
edu.
s3INGLES #HAT #HEW 7:45-9:30pm, Wednesdays.
Suffolk Y JCC, 74 Hauppauge Rd., Commack. 631-4629800 x139. syjcc.org. Group for all singles facilitated by
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Suffolk Y JCC, 74 Hauppauge Rd., Commack. 631-4629800 x121. syjcc.org. Group for active, single seniors
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s3OPHISTICATED 3INGLES 7:30-9:30pm, Mondays.
Friedberg JCC, 15 Neil Ct., Oceanside. Conract Lisa
Charschan at 516-766-4341 x133. friedbergjcc.org. Singles ages 50 and up meet weekly. $8.
s4RANSENDENCE Through June 21st. Art League of Long
Island. 107 E. Deer Park Rd., Dix Hills. 631-462-5400.
artleagueofli.org.
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s7EDNESDAY #LUB 10:30am-1:30pm, Mid-Island
Y JCC, 45 Manetto Hill Rd., Plainview. 516-822-3535
x335. miyjcc.org. Ages 70 and up. $6.
s9OUNG.ATURALISTS#LUB 1-3pm. Meets the 1st Sunday of every month. Brookside County Park. 59 Brook
St., Sayville. 631-581-1731. gsbas.org. This club focuses
on creating interest in the natural world around us and
becoming stewards of a natural area.
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Advertising Reservation Deadline: Monday, June 9th
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Health & Wellness Guide
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