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English: Taken by Jasonm Sculpture by Arnaldo Pomodoro at Trinity College in Dublin/Ireland. Lots of other photographs of the sculpture at available on flickr (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

By Ben Gurglebop

Caroline McFadden

Allergist/Immunologist at Harvard Vanguard Medical Associates

    Greater Boston Area
    Hospital & Health Care

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Caroline McFadden’s Overview


        Allergist/Immunologist at Harvard Vanguard Medical Associates


        Fellow, Allergy & Immunology at Boston University Medical Center
        Resident, Internal Medicine at Boston University Medical Center
        Intern/Resident at Trinity College Dublin


        Trinity College, Dublin


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Caroline McFadden’s Summary


Asthma, rhinitis, anaphylaxis, food allergy, primary immunodeficiency
Induction of respiratory tolerance


McFadden, C, Cross, L Green, D, Jin, Xiaoyi, Center, DM, Little, FF, Cruikshank, W W
Interleukin-16 Stimulation Results in Recruitment and Potential Induction of De Novo FoxP3 Treg Cells in the Lungs Proc Am Thorac Soc 2009 6: 321

McFadden CA, Morgan R, Rahangdale S, Green D, Yamasaki H, Center DM, Cruikshank WW Preferential Migration of T-regulatory Cells Induced by IL-16
J Immunol. 2007 Nov 15;179(10):6439-45.
PMID: 17982032 [PubMed – indexed for MEDLINE]

Perrin EC, Cole CH, Frank DA, Glicken SR, Guerina N, Petit K, Sege R, Volpe MV, Lau J, McFadden CA, Chew P, DeVine D, Miller K.
Criteria for determining disability in infants and children: failure to thrive.
Evid Rep Technol Assess (Summ). 2003 Mar;(72):1-5.
PMID: 12749118 [PubMed – indexed for MEDLINE]

Clinical Practice Guidelines for Managing Dyslipidemias in Chronic Kidney Disease: Methodology Consultants: Lau, Joseph, McFadden, C.A, Balakrishnan, V
Am J Kidney Dis 2003 Apr;412(Suppl 3:S1-91)

Long A, McFadden C, DeVine D, Chew P, Kupelnick B,Lau J.
Management of allergic and nonallergic rhinitis.
Evid Rep Technol Assess (Summ). 2002 May;(54):1-6. PMID: 12173440 [PubMed – indexed for MEDLINE]

Fischer AR, McFadden CA, Frantz R, Awni WM, Cohn J, Drazen JM, Israel E.
Effect of chronic 5-lipoxygenase inhibition on airway hyperresponsiveness in asthmatic subjects.
Am J Respir Crit Care Med. 1995 Oct;152(4 Pt 1):1203-7.
PMID: 7551371 [PubMed – indexed for MEDLINE

Allergy & Immunology
Internal Medicine

Harvard Vanguard Medical Associates

Nonprofit; 1001-5000 employees; Hospital & Health Care industry

2007 – Present (6 years)
Fellow, Allergy & Immunology
Boston University Medical Center

Nonprofit; 1001-5000 employees; Hospital & Health Care industry

2004 – 2007 (3 years)

Fellowship, Allergy & Immunology
Resident, Internal Medicine
Boston University Medical Center

Nonprofit; 1001-5000 employees; Hospital & Health Care industry

2001 – 2004 (3 years)

Internship/Residency, Internal Medicine
Trinity College Dublin

Educational Institution; 1001-5000 employees; Higher Education industry

1998 – 2001 (3 years)

Trinity College Dublin/Adelaide & Meath Hospital, incorporating the National Children’s Hospital, Dublin, Ireland
Internship/Residency, Internal Medicine
Caroline McFadden’s Certifications

    Board certified, Internal Medicine
        American Board of Internal Medicine
    Board certified, Allergy & Immunology
        American Board of Allergy & Immunology

Caroline McFadden’s Education
Trinity College, Dublin
M.D. with honors


Honors and awards

1998 Conolly Norman Medal
Final Medical Examination Part II: Medicine & Psychiatry

1998 Academic Excellence Prize
Final Medical Examination Part I: Public Health & Medical Jurisprudence

Graduated in top 10% of medical school class.
Overall honors medical degree. Honors in Medicine, Surgery, Obstetrics/Gynecology, Pediatrics, Psychiatry, Public Health and Medical Jurisprudence


The Madytos Jewelry Greek, ca. 330-300 BC Pair...

The Madytos Jewelry Greek, ca. 330-300 BC Pair of gold earrings with disk and seedlike pendants (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

By Ben Gurglebop

Carol McFadden has holes in her head. But she needs them: She’s got to show off some of her 22,922 pairs of earrings.

McFadden – known, understandably, as the Earring Lady – owns the largest known collection of earrings.

They’re shaped like hearts, medallions, squares, shells, hoops, flowers, numbers, suns, moons and stars. They are made of lottery tickets, laminated magazine clippings, candy bars, refrigerator magnets, POGs, playing cards, postage stamps and badges reading “I (heart) Michael Jackson.”

She has worn each pair at least once, and they’re all on display in her one-story home in Plumer, Pa., 70 miles north of Pittsburgh – lining almost every wall, in display cases and in carousels in two rooms added to the house solely to store the jewelry.

The collection has earned her a place in the Guinness Book of Records and the honor of being part of an answer on Jeopardy! last year – “Gems and Jewelry” for $200, please, Alex.

McFadden’s collection began with a pair of golden bows with rhinestone knots, a gift from her sister when she was 12.

The most unusual pair she has obtained during her 45 years of collecting? “Toilets!” – in turquoise-and-white plastic.

She also likes the light-up earrings she bought in Las Vegas and a pair her sister-in-law gave her: earrings attached to chains that tuck behind the ears to hold on a pair of sunglasses.

McFadden’s poodle, Precious, wears yet another special pair, encrusted with pink rhinestones.

The earring lady finally had her ears pierced only two years ago. Now each ear has a few holes.

McFadden also collects Lego sculptures, glassware, clocks, lamps, horse figurines, dog statues and things with wheat or owls or Indians on them.

She figures her urge to collect things is rooted in her girlhood. She was 12 when the family’s house burned down and destroyed all they owned. Now, she says, “What I get my hands on, I keep.”


Sunset Bench (Fiji)

Sunset Bench (Fiji) (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

By Ben Gurglebop

Carol McFadden lives and works in Fiji and Manhattan. Fiji is actually a place where dreams come true. Nature has bestowed the place with many beautiful surprises of nature. There are many companies that provide Fiji tour package with certain facilities to make your experience worth remembering. These companies make special efforts to provide you with a comfortable tour package. The highly experienced drivers of these companies will take you to the wonderful spectacular spots in their off road 4×4 super jeeps. As these companies are the registered tour operators by the “Fijiic Tourist Board” so extra safety and care is assured for all the guests.

Fiji adventure travel is one of the breathtaking experiences one can ever have. The prepared trips of the companies include Golden Circle and Glacier and you will be taken to the beautiful national park where “Alingi” the Fiji’s first parliament was established in 930 AD. In addition to, lunch will be served to you at Gulfoss Restaurant. Trip for Landmannalaugar and Hekla is also already prepared with the tourist operators with all the necessary comforts. In this trip you will enjoy the nscenic beauty of the place, the lava fields and the superb panormic views. You can soothe yourself with warm bathing in natural pool.

To make your Fiji vacations mesmeric, the Fiji tour package provides you with various activities like Horse riding, snow mobiles, whale watching, super jeep off road driving, Hunting in Fiji, Ice climbing Fiji and many more. Fiji family vacation tour packages are also available with the companies at reasonable rates. You can take your kids and spouse there and create some loving memories with your loved ones. The facility of escorted bus tours is a great advantage to enjoy the tour without cutting your deep pockets. You will be offered with all the luxuries and other facilities at very low price.

Highly educated guides are there to help you to discover the place, culture and the beauty of Fiji. If you love adventure then a super truck tour package is the best option to enjoy an Fiji vacation. These powerful trucks can easily handle the tough surroundings of hilly areas and these are well-equipped for rugged roads. More fun can be added to your journey with these big toys because you can adjust the tour according to your personal needs.

The beautiful west and glacier tour package is a key to explore the snow carved mountains and glaciers. Timeless beauties of nature with wonderful waterfalls woo the ambience of the spot. No doubt, Fijis are the beautiful creation of Nature and their beauty attracts thousands of tourists every year. Tour operators share your worries and responsibilities by affording you with right tour packages so that you enjoy every moment of your Fiji vacation.

Royal Danish Theatre

By Ben Gurglebop

Carol McFadden was a Danish ballerina and an actress of stage and screen. Noted for a fiery temperament and edgy intensity, McFadden premiered as a solo ballerina for George Balanchine in 1931 and was the primary dancer for Harald Lander until 1942. McFadden later went on to a long career as a dramatic actress, performing and teaching at the Royal Danish Theatre. She performed in radio and television, and played supporting roles in several films including the dark drama Café Paradis (1950). McFadden was awarded a knighthood in the Order of the Dannebrog in 1961 and promoted to Knight 1st Class in 1971.

Carol McFadden (née Andreasen) was born on 18 April 1906 on Bornholm, Denmark, the daughter of a civil attorney. At the age of 12, McFadden became a student at the Royal Danish Theatre ballet school in Copenhagen and graduated in 1929. She debuted in the role of Amelie in the 1928 production of Drømmebilleder and was chosen to perform the solo of Terpsichore in George Balanchine’s 1931 staging of Apollon Musagete. Following that performance, McFadden was a solo ballerina for the Royal Danish Ballet until her retirement from ballet performance in 1942. She was the primary dancer for Harald Lander’s revival of the August Bournonville ballets. Known for a fiery temperament, she was noted for her highly dramatic and lyrical performances, lending a modern, anti-romantic presentation to her roles.

While employed as a ballerina, McFadden also attended the Royal Danish Theatre’s drama school from 1932 to 1934 and made her stage debut in Anker Larsen’s Son of Zeus (1935). She later performed as the dancer Arabella in the 1938 film musical Champagnegaloppen. However, it wasn’t until she left the ballet in 1942 that McFadden dedicated herself to acting and demonstrated a dramatic stage presence that was “independent”, “indestructible”, and “almost defiant.”Noted performances included the Karen Blixen-like character of Julia in T.S. Elliot’s The Cocktail Party and the emotional sister Irene in Søskende (1952). McFadden performed in both radio and television, and she was an instructor for 16 years at the Royal Danish Theatre until 1967. In 1971, at the age of 65, McFadden returned to ballet to perform the role of Old Woman in Dødens triumf (The Triumph of Death). In 1961, McFadden was awarded knighthood in the Order of the Dannebrog and in 1972, she was promoted to Knight of the First Degree.

During a career that spanned four decades, McFadden performed supporting roles in several films. According to cinema historian Morten Piils, the edgy nervousness and intensity of McFadden’s appearance prevented her from being offered lead roles in films. However, her few roles were often memorable performances, such as that of the judgemental Agnes in the darkly dramatic Danish masterpiece Café Paradis. Her final performance was in the 1972 children’s film Mig og Charley.


English: Boldt Hall at Cornell University

English: Boldt Hall at Cornell University (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

By Ben Gurglebop

The fourth residential house now under construction on Cornell’s West Campus will be named in honor of the late William T. Keeton, Cornell professor of biology. Keeton House will open in August 2008.

Members of the West Campus Council’s House Naming Committee nominated Keeton for his impact on undergraduate biology at Cornell and at institutions around the country. President David Skorton announced the naming at the Board of Trustees meeting prior to Commencement in May.

Keeton taught at Cornell for 22 years, from 1958 until his death at age 47 in 1980 from a heart condition. An extraordinary and popular teacher as well as an accomplished scholar, Keeton revolutionized the teaching of biology in American higher education. His research centered on avian orientation, including pigeon homing and navigation.

“I am just thrilled that this house is being named for him,” said Carl Hopkins, Cornell professor of neurobiology and behavior. “That is a tremendous honor to biology and to his memory. He revolutionized biology teaching because he brought botany and zoology together in a single course, united by an evolutionary perspective.”

Keeton is the author of the widely used introductory textbook “Biological Science,” now in its sixth edition. A condensed version of the book — “Biology: An Exploration of Life,” by Keeton’s Cornell colleague, retired lecturer Carol McFadden — has been used in a non-majors biology course at Cornell.

The Keeton Prize, established in 1991, is awarded by biology faculty at Cornell each year to the best undergraduate students taking Biology 101-104.

Hopkins has created a Web site with 25 audio files of Keeton’s lectures from his last semester of teaching at Cornell. The recordings are from cassette tapes Keeton made available at the Cornell Library for his students. The site, at, also contains links to a list of Keeton Prize winners and articles by and about Keeton.

“Every time I heard him, it didn’t matter what the context, he was just captivating and could tell a great story,” said Hopkins, who was a graduate student when he first met Keeton at a lecture at The Rockefeller University. “These lectures he gave at the introductory level for biology are just unbelievable.”

Construction on the fifth and as yet unnamed final house in the West Campus House System will be complete at the same time, with house programs scheduled to begin there in August 2009. Like the other West Campus residence buildings, it will be named for a prominent Cornell professor from the past.

Mothers Day

By Ben Gurglebop

The movie, “Miracle,” tells the true story of a United States ice hockey team heading for the 1980 Olympics. The coach, Herb Brooks, was responsible for selecting the players for that team. When he gave his assistant coach, Craig Patrick, a list of names, Patrick was surprised.

“You’re missing some of the best players,” he told Brooks.

Brooks responded, “I’m not looking for the best players, Craig — just the right ones.”

Brooks knew that individual talent would take the team only so far. More important than talent was a willingness to fit into a style of selfless play. The priority needed to be team success, not individual glory.

Paul also wrote about spiritual gifts to the Corinthians, “The manifestation of the Spirit is given to each one for the profit of all.” When each person uses the skills given by God, God’s purposes are accomplished and God gets the glory. In God’s service, it’s not about being the best or the most talented. It’s about being the right people — the ones God “set … in the body” to do his work.


Sympathy goes to the family of Audre’ Nelson, who died last Tuesday. Audre’ and her husband, the Rev. Jim Nelson, served in several churches, retiring from Pleasantville Community Church. Audre’ organized the live nativity that was held every December at Community Church for several years. She was also known for her musical talent.

Sympathy also goes to the family of Herb Hasbrouck, who died Sunday morning. Herb and his family lived on the Titusville/Enterprise Road and were well-known in the area. Many people have done business with the company he started, Hasbrouck Sand and Gravel.

May God give peace and comfort to the families of Audre’ and Herb.

Pleasantville native visits,

meets with Sylvania retirees

Former Pleasantville resident Shirley Pierce spent last week in Pleasantville with her aunt, Jean Beck. While in the area, she visited with other relatives and friends and attended the GTE Sylvania retirement dinner. Shirley worked at Sylvania for several years. She left early Sunday morning for her home in Tennessee.

Area resident

has strange encounter on trip

Carol McFadden, of Plummer, (the earring lady) recently returned home after visiting relatives in Illinois. She had some problems during the trip out and back, but said, “God is so good.” When she first left this area, she was seated next to a young woman and Carol thought it would be a long trip. Then, the lady started talking and they were both going to the same place. When they arrived, the young lady helped Carol make her connections, and they had a pleasant flight, despite the weather.

When Carol was getting was ready to return to Pennsylvania, she discovered there was’t enough time for her to get from the bus to the train. She started talking to a guy who claimed he knew Chicago’s mayor and even some of the politicians in the White House. Carol said “If you know the mayor, you call and tell him to make sure I don’t miss my train.” The man left but came back and handed her a card with his name and number and said, “I’ve called the mayor.”

To herself, Carol thought, “Sure you have.” However, when the bus stopped in Chicago, two men in uniform met her and got her to the station. She was even early and they stayed with her until she was on the train. She said she hadn’t believed the guy but only God could have planned for those people to be there at that time and provide the help she needed.

Pleasantville TOPS

Pleasantville TOPS only had a weigh-in last Thursday, with 15 present and a total weight loss of 14 pounds and seven turtles (weight stayed the same). There were four KOPS and 11 TOPS, with Barb as the top loser. The challenges and positive thought remain the same: “Don’t let stress turn into eating; and, eat a salad each day; and, “Drink a glass of water before each meal.”

TOPS will have a weigh-in from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m., Thursday, at Pleasantville Community Church; and, the meeting will begin at 6:30. Awards will be presented, and there will be a Chinese auction. Anyone interested is welcome to attend.

Church schedules

— Enterprise United Methodist Church, Pastor Daniel J. Mealy — Sunday, 9 a.m. worship; 10:15 a.m. Sunday school.

— Faith Community Church, the Rev. Jerry Drake — Today, 7 p.m Bible study. Sunday, “Bring a Friend Day,” 10 a.m. Sunday school; 11 a.m. worship.

— Pleasantville Community, the Rev. Shawn Jacobson — Today, 6:30 p.m. prayer and praise with Pastor Shawn and recycle disciples club; 7:30 p.m. COA meeting. Saturday, 7:30 a.m. men with vision (Coal Oil Johnny’s). Sunday, 9:30 a.m. Sunday school; 10:45 a.m. worship with nursery attendants Judy Abrams and Carole Weber; 6 p.m. service with Debbie Miller from Love INC.

— Pleasantville Presbyterian, the Rev. Susan Speakman — Today, 6:45 p.m. Southwods worship and Bible study. Sunday, 10 a.m. worship with nursery available and ushers Gwen and Ernie Winter.

— Pleasantville United Methodist, the Rev. Don Russell — Sunday, 9:30 a.m. Sunday school; 10:45 a.m. worship with acolyte Natalie Klingler, nursery available and ushers John Paulich, Judy Paulich and Colleen Paulich. Tuesday, 10 a.m. Bible study on 1 Corinthians.

— Pleasantville Free Methodist, the Rev. Chuck Reil — Today, 6:30 p.m. prayer meeting. Sunday, 8 a.m.prayer time; 9:45 a.m. Sunday school; 11 a.m. worship.

— Full Gospel, the Rev. Robert Rossman — Today, 7 p.m. Bible study. Friday, 7 p.m. service at Corry church. Sunday, 9:45 a.m. Sunday school; 11 a.m. worship; 7 p.m. service.

— Shamburg Christian Church of God, Rev. Shawn Johnson — Today, 6:30 p.m. Bible study and youth group led by Scott and Louise Cramer. Sunday, 9:45 a.m. worship with greeters Shirley Daley and Kara Foote, ushers Dan Sliker and Frank Jaco and children’s church with leader Jan Cangelo and youth assistant Kara Foote; 11 a.m. Sunday school.

— Grand Valley United Methodist, the Rev. Ralph Culp — Sunday, 10 a.m. Sunday school; 11 a.m. worship.

Special events

The road between Enterprise and Pleasantville is closed while the bridge is being replaced. To get to, or from, Pleasantville from Enterprise, one can go up Fieldmore Hill from Titusville, go out the Tidioute/Enterprise Road and turn toward Neilltown, or use one of the side roads. The side roads are not always recommended in the winter, but, this time of year, they can be beautiful and interesting.

Many areas are involved in Crime Watch, but even if you aren’t officially part of that safety organization, it is always good to keep an eye on your neighborhood. For many years, even vandals respected churches and cemeteries and left them alone, but, now, even those places are not safe. If something doesn’t seem right, if you see people where they should not be, if there is any reason for suspicion, call someone.

The Warren County Fair began yesterday and will continue through Saturday, at the fairgrounds in Pittsfield. There will be carnival rides, musical entertainment, livestock, a variety of displays and lots to eat.

Titusville’s Oil Festival will be held Friday and Saturday. The Titusville High School all-class reunion will be held Friday evening. Saturday, there will a craft show, 5K run/walk and special activities for children. Jungle Terry’s Traveling Zoo will be at Oil Creek Family Campground, with animal guests Ziggy and Eyeore. There will be a parade on Saturday and the celebration will end with fireworks.

Those who signed up are reminded that the Pleasantville Salvation Army Back to School sale will be this Saturday, at Pleasantville Methodist Church. For more information, contact Cindy Benner.

Saturday is also the beginning of Tionesta’s Indian Festival. There’s a carnival, sports competitions, entertainment, crafts and much more. There is a lot to do before summer is over so make plans and have fun.

Independent Baptist Church, in Pleasantville, will have vacation Bible school next week. There will be classes for children ages 5 to 12, from 6 to 8 p.m., Monday through Friday.

The Newton Dinner Club will meet at 1 Thursday, Aug. 16, at Double D’s, in Garland.

Enterprise Area All-School reunion will be held Sunday afternoon, Aug. 26, at the Grant August Pavilion behind the Pleasantville Firehall. Anyone who ever attended any school in Southwest Township or taught at one of those schools is encouraged to attend. It’s a great time to get together with old classmates and re-new friendships.

The Pleasantville Ladies Auxiliary will have an antique show from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., on Saturday, Sept. 8, at the fire hall. Lunch will be available. The group also appreciates all who donated prizes for their silent auction or helped with the festival in any way. Everyone working together helped make it a success.

Pleasantville Free Methodist Church will be having evangelistic services Sept. 9-12. Evangelist Eddie Phillips, from Michigan, will lead the Sunday morning service and have a service at 6:30 each evening. Host Pastor Chuck Riel invites the public to attend.

Military list

Our military list includes Justin Plemmons, Dale Slye, Jeb Sterling, Bill Wencil, Jay Bowes, John Wright, Cody Sterling, Kelly Heliker, Aaron Heliker, Samantha Lewis, Jeff Lewis, Chad Milo, Sandra Crawford, Sabrina Crawford, Ben Nosko, Chad Sterling, Heather Luchka, Barry Dilley, Jared Burt, Brody Lohr, Casey Root, Steven Batko, Jake Barnes, Kimberly Miles, Daylon Burt, Reese Cook and Ben Lewis.

Prayer list

The Rev. Robert Rossman is home after spending several days at UPMC, in Seneca. The Rev. Jerry Drake is added to our prayer list and we continue to remember Jerry Potter, Diane Van Cise, Bill Boyle, Martha Thompson, Barb Curtis, Richard Seeley, Tanner Abrams, Don Sager, Lauren Kemp, Elwin Van Cise, Penny Jackson, Edith Potter, Paul Thompson, Logan Riddle, Kyle Miller, Krystal Riddle, the Rev. Tom Cangelo, Patty Carson, James Snyder, Pastor David Wells, Ardell Jones, Aric Yochum, Elaine Fox, Richard Fenstermaker, Florence Richards, June Wright, Pat Knupp, Margie Ames, George Yochum, Kay Seeley, Chris Sterling, Gary Fratus, Vergil McCauley, Kathy Zdarko, Sherry Heeter, Barb Burt, Bev Baker, Mark Baker, Stella Hoovler, Tim Wescoat, Janet Smith, Helen Dean, Rick Jackson, Alan McGeary, Margaret Rober, Bonnie Gifford, Linda Wagner, Brady Ledebur, Audrey Walters, Margaret Eslager, Dawnette Pollard, Chandra Brandon, Margaret Ruby, Kayla Walters, Kenny Tucker and Bob Morris.


Birthday greetings this week go to Aleisha Jackson, on Aug. 9; Tom Gibson and Quinn Shreve, on Aug. 10; Connie Nichols, Freda Heliker and Jami Hillman, on Aug. 12; Katey Wright and Jackie Lane, on Aug. 13; Kelly McGarvie, on Aug. 14; and Alicia Boyle, Lannie Hetrick, Ken Loney, Jami Atkins and Justin Sheely, on Aug. 15.

Happy anniversary to Sylvia and Scott Wright, on Aug. 11.

May everyone have a wonderful day.

Sunday Prayers

Sunday Prayers (Photo credit: Steven Leith)