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Thursday, September 19 2019 @ 05:39 PM EDT
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The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine
Thursday, September 19 2019 @ 05:39 PM EDT
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The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine

Working in combination, human senses seem almost superheroic


MORE THAN A FEELING
MORE THAN A FEELING
There is, it seems, no such thing as a common sense.

Researchers are increasingly teasing out evidence that our five basic senses add up to a whole lot more than most of us realize or appreciate. Indeed, by combining and exploiting our basic senses in novel and unexpected ways, humans perceive far more than they can simply see, taste, touch, smell or hear, scientists say.
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Baseball strikes out at stimulant abuse


BASEBALL'S BANE
BASEBALL'S BANE
Here's the entire history of Major League Baseball and drug testing for energy-boosting stimulants in the first 60 years they were part of the game:

Nothing.

Not after fighter pilots and other servicemen brought them back to their major league teams after World War II, having been issued them by the military to stay alert.
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GATOR™ INVADES PARAMUS


GATOR™ INVADES PARAMUS
GATOR™ INVADES PARAMUS
Westfield Garden State Plaza donates a “Gator” vehicle to the Borough of Paramus Office of Emergency Management
 
Westfield Garden State Plaza donated a John Deere Gator™ 6x4 TH vehicle to the Borough of Paramus Office of Emergency Management on Monday, April 30th. The Gator™ is a multi-purpose vehicle that will be used in emergency situations within Paramus and is fully equipped with a Med Bed, safety chains and a full lighting package.
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THIS MOTHER’S DAY, SHOW SOMEONE YOU LOVE HOW MUCH YOU CARE



Mothers' Day
Social Security Administration's Regional Public Affairs Office in the New York Region


On Mother’s Day, we celebrate the special people in our lives. There are a number of ways you can show someone you love how much you care. So consider doing something for them that can really make a difference. Show them how to get extra help with their Medicare prescription drug costs.
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Entering college freshman not adequately prepared, study says


What students learn in high school doesn't match with what they need to know as college freshmen, according to a recently released national study.

Professors believe high school teachers should cover fewer topics with more depth to prepare students for college. That is one of the findings of the survey by ACT, a nonprofit educational and testing organization.

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SAVE PARAMUS WETLANDS



CRITICAL UPDATE: NEW & IMPORTANT INFORMATION!!!

“The fight is not over- our efforts must be sustained”!

Many in our area have received another certified letter, dated April 27, 2007, from Maser Consulting. This letter, consisting of two pages and a map, is a “notice to neighboring landowners” regarding a “freshwater wetlands and stream encroachment application” that has been submitted.
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Paramus couple wins a suite from Levitz


Lucky winners at Paramus Levitz
Levitz had a contest for it’s patrons and Craig and Traci Hopkins were the lucky winners. www.ParamusPost.com made arrangements to meet them at the Route 17 South location and do an interview. District manager Fabian Bugueiro was on hand to greet us and to show us around. Traci brought her two West Brook students children, Laura and Michael for this happy occasion, Craig was working.
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On having Prostate Cancer Visit # 3


Tomotherpy Cancer Center
Well, today was the day, the first of 42 visits to 155 State Street in Hackensack. Having previously passed by the place, I thought I knew where it was. Luckily I had told my son, Bruce, to stay in the right hand lane because before I realized it, we had almost passed the parking lot. Of course I walked into the wrong entrance, the MRI section where after looking at me quizzically, they pointed me to the State Street entrance of the newly redesigned Tomotherapy Cancer Center.
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On having Prostate Cancer Visit # 2


Since writing article # 1, many people have come forward, not only with good wishes, but also to tell me how they reacted to their cancer and how they overcame it. Yesterday, I visited the Oncology Center at HUMC and spent several hours being prepared for the TomoTherapy ahead. That included the correct spelling of TomoTherapy although the word in the dictionary is tomography. Just don’t ask me how to pronounce it.
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On having Prostate Cancer


It is fitting that the Paramus Board of Health has come out with April as Cancer control Month. Fitting because that is when I expect to start my Tomotheraphy sessions to radiate my prostate cancer cells. It all happened recently when my Urologist checked my PSA and found that it had risen. He did a biopsy (ugh) and although it looked negative, the microscopic examination proved that I had prostate cancer. Since then, I have learned a lot about this type of cancer, the most prevalent in men (other than skin cancers) and more likely to occur in the 50’s and up. At 82, I am a prime prospect! If you will access our Discussion Forum, I intend to keep you updated.
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