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The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine
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The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine

Sensoglove Announces New Advanced Version Of The World’s First Digital Golf Glove


Now Features Longer Battery Life & Increased Sensitivity –
Improvements Based on Feedback from International PGA Professionals
Corrects “Death Grip” for Better, More Accurate & Powerful Golf Swing

GREAT HOLIDAY GIFT FOR GOLF LOVERS OF ALL LEVELS

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Judy’s World: Educating Others About Hidden Disabilities


Many people see children misbehaving in public and pass judgment on both the children and the parents, prematurely assuming that the parents are negligent in their discipline and their care and that the children are “brats;” however, it is sometimes the case that these children may have hidden disabilities.  Judy’s World—The World of Autism through the Eyes of a Mother, by Judy Blake, offers a far different perspective on the familiar scene described, chronicling her experiences raising two children with hidden disabilities; her hope is to encourage compassion in others.

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Destination Maternity Schedule of Events January 2012


“Everything a pregnant woman could ever want or need, featuring a huge selection of Maternity Fashion”

Pre-Registration is required for all classes and is available by using the Phone at the Juice Bar or calling The Center for Women, Children & Family Education at 201.291.6151. For more information, visit http://www.valleyhealth.com/SupportPrograms.aspx?id=  

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Gets The Kids Dancing & Singing! The Imaginary World Of Kimmy Schwimmy Performs Live!Songs! Characters! Dance & More


at The First Ever KIDS FOOD FESTIVAL at CITI POND℠ at BRYANT PARK 

Saturday January 21 & Sunday January 22, 2012
Show Time:  11:00am & 1:00pm
Special Event:  $25.00
For Tickets: www.kidsfoodfestival.com FB KidsFoodFestival

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The Obama Administration and Expanded Efforts to Fight Fraud


Today, the Obama Administration announced recovery of over $5.6 billion in fraudulent payments in fiscal year 2011, a 167 percent increase from 2008.  President Obama’s health care reform law includes new resources and tools to help fight fraud in Medicare and Medicaid, and to protect taxpayer dollars.  In addition, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) is taking steps to strengthen controls to identify and prevent prescription drug fraud and abuse in the Medicare Part D program. 

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St. Joseph’s Wayne Hospital Annual Charity Ball Salutes Theresa Bushman, 2011 Special Tribute Award Recipient



Theresa Bushman Honored at the SJWH
St. Joseph’s Wayne Hospital (SJWH), a division of St. Joseph’s Regional Medical Center in Wayne, New Jersey, proudly honored Theresa ‘Tret’ Bushman with the 2011 Special Tribute Award in recognition of her exemplary community commitment and sustained dedication to the hospital, at the SJWH Foundation Annual Charity Ball.

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St. Joseph’s Wayne Hospital Annual Charity Ball Salutes Raymond G. Hallock, President & CEO of Columbia Bank



Raymond Hallock Honored at the SJWH

St. Joseph’s Wayne Hospital (SJWH), a division of St. Joseph’s Regional Medical Center in Wayne, New Jersey, is pleased to announce Raymond G. Hallock, President and Chief Executive Officer of Columbia Bank, as the 2011 John A. Pasquale III Community Award recipient. An energetic and enthusiastic civic advocate and business leader, Mr. Hallock was recognized for his inspiring contributions to our organization and the community as a whole at the SJWH Foundation Annual Charity Ball.

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Preventing Carbon Monoxide Poisoning: A Primer


Carbon monoxide poisoning makes for headline news too often during the heating season, said anesthesiologist Aryeh Shander, MD, of Englewood Hospital and Medical Center, which provides expert care for poisoning victims through a unique service offering hyperbaric oxygen therapy. "Many people don't know the causes of this potentially deadly condition, or that it can be prevented," said the physician, who is Englewood Hospital's chief of Anesthesiology, Critical Care Medicine, Pain Management and Hyperbaric Medicine. "We're talking about approximately 500 deaths nationwide each year, most of which could be prevented."

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HeartsApart.Org Offers Best Christmas Present - Provides Family Portraits For Armed Forces At No Cost


This holiday season, HeartsApart.org is offering the best present many military families could ask for, providing soon to be deployed servicemen and women with pictures of their spouse and children by professional photographers at no cost. The organization was created to keep families connected while military men and women are serving abroad. The photographs are printed on waterproof, bi-folded vinyl cards which fit securely in soldier's uniform pockets. Sessions include hair and makeup styling, a digital copy of the photographs and the folded vinyl prints at no cost.

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Free Blood Pressure & Diabetes Screening in Paramus


Untreated hypertension may lead to heart attack or stroke.  Even without noticeable symptoms, unsuspecting victims of high blood pressure may experience significant health effects.  Paramus Health Officer, Judith Migliaccio reminds us that because hypertension can be treated, early detection is necessary for good management.  Healthy eating and daily physical activity can have beneficial results.  For that reason, Paramus residents will be offered several opportunities in January to have their blood pressure checked by the Borough nurses.

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Keeping Holiday Cheer Alive With Facilitator Beverly Flaxington


While most people look forward to the holiday season, its arrival can bring remarkable amounts of stress and negativity.  Whether it's long lines at the mall or searching for an affordable plane ticket, holiday hassles can make it difficult to keep a smile on one's face.  Additionally, the economic uncertainties plaguing many families are causing them to question how they can realistically participate in the season of giving.

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Rochelle Park Police Recover Stolen Car


On December 12, 2011 at 4:25 PM, Officer Ken Stapleton made a motor vehicle stop.  The vehicle, a 2011 Chevy Impala, was rented and never returned to the rental company.  The driver, Daniel Tvert age 30 of Elmwood Park, was arrested and charged with receiving stolen property.  He additionally had an outstanding arrest warrant from the Elmwood Park Police.

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What a Difference a Decade Makes!


It's been 10 years since we started The Deirdre Imus Environmental Health Center, at Hackensack University Medical Center.  The Center is one of the first hospital based programs whose mission is to identify, control, and untimately prevent toxic exposures in the environment that threaten our children's health.  And what a difference a decade makes!  Just look at what we've been able to accomplish with your help: 
• Developed the award winning Greening the Cleaning® program (GTC®), which has kept dangerous cleaning chemicals out of hundreds of hospitals, schools, businesses and homes.

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FEMA Answers Request by Congressman Rothman - Adds Bergen and Passaic Counties to Emergency Disaster Declaration


Congressman Steve Rothman (D-NJ) released the following statement after the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) added Bergen and Passaic Counties to the emergency disaster declaration for damages from the October 29, 2011 snow storm.

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Tiny House Lumbers Towards Occupy Wall Street A Tiny Solution To The Big Problem Of 5 Mil Foreclosed U.S. Homes


Since the bank bailout, over 5,000,000 US homes have been foreclosed. Can you imagine what our economy might look like today if we built smaller, more affordable homes 10 years ago? The housing crisis is at the crux of our failing economy. And bank lending policies encouraged a housing market fixated on larger and larger homes while ignoring the long term impact to our economy and environment. Unfortunately, we don’t see any indications that change is coming.

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Kosherfest Exhibitors Offer Up Delicious Goodies & Festive Items For Chanukah 2011


This year the 8-day holiday of Chanukah starts Tuesday night, December 20 through Dec 28, and there is plenty to help make the holiday festive & delicious from Kosherfest.  Kosherfest is the largest kosher food, lifestyle, beverage, and wine and spirits trade show, held annually. With the 2011 show behind us, Kosherfest (www.kosherfest.com ) is now heading into its 24th year.

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New Jersey Architects Hold Annual "CANstruction" Event in Livingston, N.J.



CANstruct a World Without Hunger.

- Design Competition Benefits Community Food Programs - The New Jersey chapter of the American Institute of Architects (AIA-NJ) recently held its 13th annual "CANstruction" event, a design exhibition and contest to benefit community food programs, at the Livingston Mall, in Livingston, N.J.

"CANstruction combines two of architect's greatest passions: designing new structures and giving back to the community," said Christy DiBartolo, chair of the New Jersey event. "With the current state of economy, the number of people who are in need of the food bank's services is at an all-time high. We are delighted that AIA-NJ can make a contribution."

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Consumers Finding New Ways To Finance Holiday Shopping Affinity Federal Credit Union Expert Available For Comment


Why More Consumers Are Seeking Alternatives to Credit Cards. Recent reports show that the average American’s debt has decreased from 13 to 11 percent.  In response to the current economic financial crisis, American consumers are spending less on their credit cards and saving more.  This trend toward “financial frugality” is clearly reflected in the responsive move by major retailers like WalMart and KMart to reinvigorate their layaway programs.

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World AIDS Day Observed at Englewood Hospital



World AIDS Day Observed at Englewood Hospital

In observance of World AIDS Day on December 1, a section of the national AIDS Memorial Quilt was displayed at Englewood Hospital and Medical Center to commemorate those individuals who have died and to raise awareness and show support for people living with HIV.  The portion of the quilt displayed at Englewood Hospital was Block 5328 and included numerous patchwork panels with powerful images and stories created by family members of those who died of AIDS.

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Holiday Visit from Santa and Marines Kicks Off Toys for Tots Drive at Englewood Hospital



Douglas Duchak, President and CEO of Englewood Hospital and Medical Center; Joe Johnson, Junior Vice Commandant

Patients, visitors and staff at Englewood Hospital and Medical Center were delighted to welcome Santa and members of the Gooney Bird Detachment of the Marine Corps League. Together, they kicked off the annual Toys for Tots drive at the Medical Center.  Patients and staff members generously donate toys each year to help spread holiday cheer to children in the hospital’s pediatric clinic and pediatric inpatient and outpatient departments as well as to local family organizations in need.  Pictured left to right: Douglas Duchak, President and CEO of Englewood Hospital and Medical Center; Joe Johnson, Junior Vice Commandant, Gooney Bird Detachment; Santa Claus; Al Frater, Commandant, Gooney Bird Detachment; and John Nicolai, Judge Advocate, Gooney Bird Detachment. (Photo courtesy of Englewood Hospital.)

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