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Wednesday, November 13 2019 @ 06:14 PM EST
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The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine
Wednesday, November 13 2019 @ 06:14 PM EST
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The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine

Walk to d’Feet ALS, one step at a time.


Rotary is the universal connector. I continue to be amazed!

I am a Rotarian. Professionally I am a respiratory therapist. Specifically, I assist folks who have extraordinary breathing problems. I train them and their caregivers in the use of mechanical ventilation and breathing techniques for relaxation and energy. Most of my patients have a neuromuscular problem that affects the diaphragm and chest wall muscles. I visit them in their homes to assure proper, effective use of the equipment/techniques.
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Despite advances, most hospitals are years away from fully computerized systems


UNHEALTHY RECORDS
UNHEALTHY RECORDS
Hospital records aren't what they used to be at Tri-City Medical Center.

Emergency room doctors record orders for lab tests, medications and treatments on wireless tablet computers. Nurses on the in-patient floors enter vital signs into rolling laptop computers.
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Lucha Libre wrestling is wildly popular in Mexico


LORDS OF THE RING
LORDS OF THE RING
Body slams, leg drops and drop kicks.

This scene might not be the first thing that comes to mind when you think of Mexican culture, but Lucha Libre has a special place in the hearts of Mexicans.

Masked wrestlers, such as El Santo and Blue Demon, were national heroes and cinema icons in the '50s and '60s, battling everything from mad scientists and vampires, to ugly monsters and extraterrestrial beings.
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A hero's story is now a documentary on the History Channel


PATRIOT ACT
PATRIOT ACT
In the 2 1/2 years since Marine Sgt. Rafael Peralta died in Iraq - he smothered a grenade with his body during house-to-house combat - his story has meant different things to different people.

President Bush, in a Memorial Day weekend radio address, cited him as an example of courage and sacrifice.

Emilio Gonzalez, director of a federal citizenship agency, used Peralta in a newspaper column celebrating immigrants "eager to earn their place in their new communities."
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A Review – The Personality Code by Travis Bradbury


The Personality Code
The Personality Code
www.ParamusPost.com asked Angela Marcy to read and critique this book. Angela read it, took the tests provided and came up with the following: 

The book was a good read ~ held your interest and the comparisons made in the stories were fascinating. It seemed to me that it would be extremely helpful in the workplace re getting along with co-workers, employers and knowing oneself.
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Summer Blockbuster Hits Paramus


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The best possible out-of-home entertainment experience will be available to Bergen County residents when AMC Garden State 16 opens to the public on Friday, May 25. Guests will “Experience the Difference®” at the state-of-the-art theatre, which features AMC’s signature quality, comfort, service, convenience and commitment to guest satisfaction.
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Bergen Community College Faculty and Staff Honored by College President


(Left to right) Carolyn Lyons, Baila Zheutlin, Dr. Winn, Imogene Papp, and Hugh Knowlton
(Left to right) Carolyn Lyons, Baila Zheutlin, Dr. Winn, Imogene Papp, and Hugh Knowlton
President of Bergen Community College, honored four faculty and staff members for their outstanding service to the College at a luncheon ceremony held on May 21 at the College in Paramus.
Today's luncheon is a celebration of the sustained leadership demonstrated by today's recipients ;who represent Bergen at its very best, said Dr. Winn. "You have set the standard for excellence on this campus, and once again we thank you".
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IBEW Local 164 to host Annual Blood Drive at its Trainning Academy in Paramus,


IBEW Local 164 is hosting its 5th annual Blood Drive for Community Blood Services on Thursday, June 7, from 4 p.m. until 6:30 p.m. The drive will take place in the bloodmobile at Local 164’s state-of-the-art Training Academy, located at 65 West Century Road in Paramus, N.J.
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Motorists Must Be Protected at the Pump


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In an effort to ensure that motorists are not cheated out of fuel, Bergen County Division of Weights and Measures officers beginning Wednesday and continuing throughout Memorial Day weekend will conduct inspections at random gas stations located within Bergen County to halt any illegal activity.
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Biker's love for the Alps made him a million-mile man


KING OF THE ALPS
KING OF THE ALPS
One million miles on a motorcycle?

Do that math. That's 1 million motorcycle miles. At a thousand miles a week, that's a 20-year quest. Not many riders will ever approach this.

But John Hermann has the trophy from BMW of North America to verify his claim.
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