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The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine
Thursday, June 29 2017 @ 12:09 PM EDT
The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine

Bergen Regional Medical Center to Host Blood Drive Honoring National Blood Donor Month

One donor, one needle prick, and one pint of blood can help save three lives when a blood transfusion is needed. Help become one more life saver as Bergen Regional Medical Center hosts a blood drive in honor of National Blood Donor Month. The drive will be held on January 20, 2011 from 11 am to 2 pm in the Auditorium of Building Six.

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Jones Lang LaSalle Reports 2010 New Jersey Office Market Leasing Activity Up from Last Year

Fourth quarter NJ office market vacancy remains flat; robust leasing activity offsets large space dispositions

New Jersey’s office market is showing signs of improvements as overall leasing activity increased in 2010 over 2009, according to year-end research by Jones Lang LaSalle. In 2010, New Jersey leasing velocity totaled more than 9.1 million square feet, an 8.3 percent increase over 2009’s total of 8.4 million square feet.

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January is National Clean Up Your Computer Month

Security software company, PC Tools, is reminding consumers to start the New Year responsibly with an Online Plan B, or Plan (B)ackup.
Everyone has accidentally deleted a file or lost information when their computer crashed. PC Tools understands that protecting your computer includes backing it up, even from human error. That’s why the company offers an easy-to-use PC Tools Simple Backup. In addition to storing your photos, music, movies and more, it provides full data loss protection with automatic, continuous backup.

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The Next Government Takeover after Healthcare: Universal Retirement

By Brent Regan, http://voxverus.com/
Another crisis is coming to a politician near you and this one is also likely not to go to waste by the Obama Administration.
The increase in the number of Baby Boomers hitting retirement during a sour economy, coupled with bankrupt states from overly generous pension funds and ominous deficits have made Big Retirement ripe for politicking by Obama.

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Strong Demand Continues for All-Inclusive Lifestyle at Heritage Pointe of Teaneck

Rental Retirement Community Notes Influx in Deposits, Move-Ins in 2010
Seniors seeking to enjoy their retirement years free from the cares of home ownership continue to fuel the strong demand for maintenance-free living at Heritage Pointe of Teaneck, a full-service rental community for active retirees. The community reported a steady leasing activity during 2010, bringing the Teaneck community to more than 70% occupancy at year-end.

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Colliers International Arranges New Leases at 7 Graphics Drive, Brings Building to 100 Percent Occupancy

With the signing of almost 46,000 square feet of new office leases, Colliers International has brought 7 Graphics Drive in Ewing, N.J., to 100 percent occupancy. Wholesale banking firm Cenlar FSB leased 41,000 square feet, while environmental engineering firm Geosyntrec Consultants Inc. leased the remaining 5,472 square feet.

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The Role of the Free Rider in Healthcare Reform

By : Jane M. Orient, M.D., www.aapsonline.org

Your local spokesman for the healthcare reform that Congress worked on through Christmas Eve 2009 probably makes the same argument that the Obama Administration is making in federal court. Without the reform, they say, “all of us” get stuck paying the medical bills of The Uninsured. That isn’t fair, say the advocates. And it makes the Affordable Care Act (ACA, also called “ObamaCare”) constitutional, says the Administration.
They don’t use exactly the same words, but the logic is the same.

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Bergen Community College’s Women’s Institute Offers Monthly Mentor Sessions

Bergen Community College’s Women’s Institute’s next monthly mentor program session begins at 5:00 pm at the Paramus campus Moses Family Learning Center on Tuesday, January 25, 2011. “Meet the Experts Mentor Sessions” topics included Personal and Professional Presentation Skills, Making a Positive Impression, Communicating for Success.

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Trends for the Business World in 2011

Welcome to 2011. Now a new year begins with fresh opportunities in the business world. This year already appears to be more positive when it comes to job growth. To help point out important upcoming trends in hiring, job searching and work culture, CareerBuilder teamed with Harris Interactive and surveyed at least 2,400 employers and 3,900 workers across the country.

"The recession produced fundamental shifts in how companies and workers view the market," says Brent Rasmussen, president of CareerBuilder North America.

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The Affiliation Of Hackensack and Hackettstown Hospitals: The Why

When Peggy K. Schunk, Public Relations Associate of HUMC invited me to attend the Affiliation Ceremony between Hackensack University Medical Center and Hackettstown Regional Medical Center, it was the start of a big question ‘WHY would they want to affiliate?. To answer this, after the meeting, Peg brought over Judith Wiegand, Executive Director of Business Development/Facility Planning who while trying to explain it, invited www.ParamusPost.com  to come visit and to tour their facility. Peg has started what has turned into a very cordial relationship. The tour gave a lot of answers. To capsulate it, HRMC cares/HUMC cares!

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Saving Our Precious Topsoil

In our culture, "dirt" is a derogatory term, like "dirt poor," "dirty" or "soiled." Yet, we need only look back a few years to the 1930s Dust Bowl to see how important dirt really is.

In the 1930s, the prairie grasses were plowed under to grow crops. After several years of intense drought, the soils dried out, and no crops or native grasses survived to hold the topsoil in place. Winds whipped the topsoil into huge dust storms, causing many families to become refugees, and the loss of more than 5 inches of topsoil from almost 10 million acres, according to the United Nations.

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Speaker Oliver On Passing Of Officer Matlosz

Assembly Speaker Sheila Y. Oliver (D-Essex/Passaic) released the following statement Saturday morning:

"The passing of Lakewood Police Officer Christopher Matlosz is saddening news and a tragic loss for all New Jerseyans. "Officer Matlosz will be recalled as a hero who worked tirelessly to protect and serve the public. Officer Matlosz represented the best our state had to offer and his brave service will be missed. "His passing is a senseless loss in what's been a sad week for our nation, but we must remember Officer Matlosz's commitment to justice and public service. He was an example to us all.

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Rethinking the Readers Ask Column

The beginning of a new year is a good time to re-examine what is working and what needs improvement.

I've come to the conclusion that it's time to redefine the old Readers Ask column in order to expand its focus beyond requests for recipes from local restaurants.

This new column will still include such recipes but now will also be a place to feature all the interesting recipes that come to us from food product companies, magazines and websites.

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Seventh Annual Brookside Invitational Charity Platform Tennis Festival in Full Swing

Brookside Tennis Festival 2010 Members
Brookside Racquet and Swim Club and The Rutherford Elks are proud to host the “Seventh Annual Brookside Invitational Charity Platform Tennis Festival” on Saturday, January 15, 2011. The event includes a fun-filled day complete with a top-notch platform tennis tournament, delicious food and live entertainment, with the objective of raising money for several charitable organizations.

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Hunter Douglas "Upload Your Own Photo" Feature Wins Prestigious OMMA Award

Also Conferred a Silver Award in Consumer Goods Category of the W3 Awards ~
UPPER SADDLE RIVER, N.J., Jan. 12, 2010 – The new feature on the Hunter Douglas award-winning iMagine™ Design Center room visualizer and rendering tool at www.hunterdouglas.com – Upload Your Own Photo – won in the House and Home Category of the OMMA (Online Media Marketing & Advertising) Awards for Web Site Excellence.

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Fashion Trends for the Future

We've been there and worn that for 2010 ... now what's ahead for 2011? It turns out that plenty of professionals have jobs to tell us about the "next big thing." Anne Mack is one of those futuristic wizards by directing "trendspotting" at JWT. Headquartered in New York, JWT is a global network with more than 200 offices in over 90 countries — employing nearly 10,000 marketing professionals who stay on the cutting edge of "what's happening" in the world of fashion.

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Paramus Applebee’s® has Dining-Out Solutions for America’s New Year’s Resolutions

Teriyaki Shrimp Pasta
New to the Neighborhood Three Additional “Under 550 Calories™” Entrees
Whether counting calories in the New Year or just looking for better-for-you meals, guests at Applebee's Neighborhood Grill and Bar restaurant located at The Fashion Center, Route 17 North in Paramus are finding that dining out and taking their diet seriously are not mutually exclusive. With three new tasty entrees Under 550 Calories, Applebee’s has expanded its lower-calorie line-up to six selections that provide satisfying, flavorful and affordable options starting at $8.99.

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