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Chocolate Truck Coming to Westchester (This is NOT a Drill); Weight Discrimination in the Workplace; Who Shattered the Glass Ceiling Tuesday

Today in the 914, according to Westchester Woman: Chocolate Truck Coming to Westchester (This is NOT a Drill); Weight Discrimination in the Workplace; Who Shattered the Glass Ceiling Tuesday; NY Prepares For Legal Pot in Massachusetts; MORE.

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What You Need to Know About Breast Implants, Augmentation, Reductions, Reconstructions, Lifts

Women decide to have breast surgery for a variety of reasons. Whether its a desire for a fuller or more symmetrical bosom, to reduce pain and stress on their back, or to help regain a feminine look after a mastectomy— those considering breast augmentation, reductions, reconstructions or a breast lift need to know the facts first.

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ArtsWestchester Hosts ‘Take Your Child to Work Day’ Career Panel Discussion

In recognition of “Take Your Child to Work Day,” ArtsWestchester hosted a program yesterday to inspire young adults to reach their career goals. As an extension of ArtsWestchester’s spring exhibit, SHE: Deconstructing Female Identity, the event featured female leaders from a cross-section of area businesses talked about their career paths and how to succeed.

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NY Women Plan Peekskill Party to Fight Algonquin Pipeline Expansion [VIDEO]

Resist AIM’s Say NO YES Fest, a day of “fun, activation, and resistance,” will take place starting at 10 a.m. on April 16 at the Paramount Hudson Valley in Peekskill. The one-day festival will raise awareness and funds for the legal defense in fighting Spectra Energy’s Algonquin Pipeline expansion.

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Pros and Cons of NY Paid Family Leave Discussed at Westchester Forum

New York may soon afford both men and women the ability to act as caregivers for their new child and sick relatives, without going broke or making do without pay. Bills that would create a paid family leave program in the state are making their way through the Senate and Assembly for consideration in New York State’s budget this week.

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