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Holy Name In The News

 

Dr. Ohan Karatoprak, M.D., director of Family Medicine at Holy Name Medical Center in Teaneck, recommends getting your flu vaccine between mid-October and mid-November.

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Rod Donovan, a New Jersey beekeeper who’s also a retired Holy Name employee, established two beehives on Holy Name’s rooftop garden. Debbie Besson, a registered dietitian and nutritionist, shares recipes using local honey. Go to page 21

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Dr. Ohan Karatoprak, internist and director of family medicine at Holy Name provides tips to keep top of mind for staying healthy during the autumn.

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Dr. Suraj Saggar, DO, Chief of Infectious Disease at Holy Name discusses the updated COVID booster shots.

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Dr. Mary Ann Picone, M.D., a neurologist specializing in multiple sclerosis at Holy Name Medical Center weighs in on genetic risks of multiple sclerosis.

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Multiple sclerosis is an autoimmune disease affecting the brain and spinal cord. Dr. Mary Ann Picone, M.D., a neurologist specializing in multiple sclerosis at Holy Name Medical Center shares how no two multiple sclerosis cases are the same.

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Dr. Suraj Saggar, DO, Chief of Infectious Disease at Holy Name discusses the effectiveness of the booster shot against Omicron subvariant BA.5.

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At Holy Name Medical Center, retired employee Rod Donovan set up two beehive boxes on the Teaneck, New Jersey, hospital’s rooftop. The 60,000 or so bees produced 60 pounds of honey in just six weeks.

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Holy Name’s Tracee Yablon Brenner, a registered dietitian and nutritionist, gives suggestions on how to store and prepare fruits and vegetables from Farmers Markets to enjoy them for more than one season.

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Michele Acito, Executive Vice President and Chief Nursing Officer emphasizes why the fall season is a great time to catch up on needed wellness exams and vaccines.

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