Endometriosis Foundation of America Awards $200,000 to Research Projects

MARCH 20, 2017 BY CAROLINA HENRIQUES IN NEWS. The Endometriosis Foundation of America (EFA) has awarded $200,000 in research funding for projects focusing on endometriosis at nine universities, in honor of Endometriosis Awareness Month. “The EFA’s mission is to fund landmark endometriosis research,” Tamer Seckin, MD, fellow of the American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists and…

PUBLIC TELEVISION SERIES SECOND OPINION ON ENDOMETRIOSIS DR. TAMER SECKIN EXPLAINS IT IN DETAIL

  Tune in today to Second Opinion (PBS) as Tamer Seckin, MD., founder of the Endometriosis Foundation of America (EFA) joins host Peter Salgo, MD. (nominated for a Daytime Emmy for Outstanding Informative Talk Show Host), and Lisa Harris, MD., Vice President of Medical Affairs & Chief Medical Officer at Our Lady of Lourdes Memorial Hospital to discuss endometriosis. …

THE ENDOMETRIOSIS FOUNDATION OF AMERICA (EFA) JOINS THE REVLON LOVE IS ON 2016 MILLION DOLLAR CHALLENGE ON CROWDRISE — Help EFA win $1 Million Grand Prize by Donating

New York, NY/October 3, 2016 — The Endometriosis Foundation of America (EFA) has joined the Revlon LOVE IS ON 2016 Million Dollar Challenge, a fundraising competition that lives on CrowdRise.com — the largest crowdfunding platform for good. Launched by Revlon, the Challenge was created to help charities supporting women’s health raise as much money as…

County Executive Marc Molinaro, Sheriff Butch Anderson & Local Officials Open Silo Ridge’s Artisan’s Park Overlook — New Park on DeLaVergne Hill Highlights the Spectacular and Oft-Photographed View  

Amenia, NY, October 11, 2016 —  Today, Dutchess County Executive Marc Molinaro, Dutchess County Sheriff Butch Anderson, and a host of local officials cut the ribbon and officially opened Silo Ridge’s Artisan’s Park Overlook on DeLaVergne Hill in Amenia. “Just in time to enjoy the Hudson Valley’s burst of fall foliage we are glad to…

GolfBoards unveiled at The Links at Union Vale

A.J. Martelli, Poughkeepsie Journal7:23 p.m. EDT July 27, 2016 (Photo: Patrick Oehler/Poughkeepsie Journal) 32CONNECTTWEETLINKEDINCOMMENTEMAILMORE Chuck Clifton had an affinity for skiing when he was young. These days, the 73-year-old from Garrison likes to golf. And now, he can almost combine the two. On Wednesday, The Links at Union Vale unveiled its fleet of 12 GolfBoards.…

FORUMS ADDRESSED THE RISKS OF OPIATES TO YOUNG ADULTS AND SENIORS

  FORUMS ADDRESSED THE RISKS OF OPIATES TO YOUNG ADULTS AND SENIORS “End Overdose in the Harlem Valley” addressed the growing Opiate Epidemic facing the communities of eastern Dutchess County. July 22, 2016 New York, NY – On April 14th, 20th and 23rd, leading experts in opiate addiction assembled for “End Overdose in the Harlem Valley; Resources, Action,…