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1.During current COVID-19 surge, New Jersey blood donors can assist hardest-pressed healthcare facilities
MONTVALE, NJ (July 9, 2020) – Responding to the current surge of COVID-19 cases across multiple Sun Belt states – including Texas, and Arizona – the non-profit, nationwide blood collection organization Vitalant is making it possible for New Jersey residents to provide assistance by donating convalescent plasma.
by Post on 07/29 07:55PM - Story - 137 Hits
2.During current COVID-19 surge, New Jersey blood donors can assist hardest-pressed healthcare facilities
MONTVALE, NJ (July 9, 2020) – Responding to the current surge of COVID-19 cases across multiple Sun Belt states – including Texas, and Arizona – the non-profit, nationwide blood collection organization Vitalant is making it possible for New Jersey residents to provide assistance by donating convalescent plasma.
by Post on 07/10 11:05AM - Story - 287 Hits
3.Plasma donations from recovered COVID-19 patients needed to help New Jersey’s critically ill
Vitalant, working in conjunction with its hospital partners, is actively collecting convalescent plasma at three northern NJ locationsMONTVALE, NJ (April 28, 2020) – Vitalant – working in conjunction with its hospital partners – has launched a program to treat COVID-19 patients with blood plasma donated by individuals who have recovered ...
by Post on 04/29 11:00AM - Story - 778 Hits
4.Published! Bergen STEM Students and Prof.
PARAMUS, N.J. – Bergen Community College professor Luis Jimenez, Ph.D., and four students had their research on microbial fuel cells published in the journal Bios, the journal of the Beta Beta Beta Biological Honor Society.
by Post on 04/07 10:21AM - Story - 2,012 Hits
5.Emergency Drill Prepares Hackensack Meridian Health Palisades Medical Center and Other Local Agencies
... Center recently participated in an emergency preparedness exercise as part of the Northern New Jersey Urban Areas Security Initiative.  The team from Palisades Medical Center conducted a POD (Points-of-Dispensing) Drill to practice and evaluate the hospital’s response in distributing medical countermeasures to hospital staff in response to a biological attack.
by Post on 09/20 08:27AM - Story - 462 Hits
6.Pressing need for blood donations throughout northern NJ and New York State Vitalant holding 56 donation events during August
MONTVALE, NJ (July 29, 2019) – The severe, nationwide blood shortage continues … and Vitalant (formerly Community Blood Services) is responding by offering residents of northern New Jersey and portions of New York State multiple opportunities to potentially help relatives, friends, and neighbors by donating during August. Specifically, the nonprofit, ...
by Post on 07/30 11:00AM - Story - 322 Hits
7.Northern New Jersey, New York State have critical need for blood; Vitalant holding 42 donation events during June
Opportunities to donate across region MONTVALE, NJ (May 30, 2019) – Locally and nationwide, there’s a critical need for blood donations. In response, Vitalant (formerly Community Blood Services) is providing residents of northern New Jersey and portions of New York State with multiple opportunities to potentially help relatives, friends, and neighbors ...
by Post on 05/30 06:10PM - Story - 278 Hits
8.Need for blood donations continues in New Jersey
Open-to-the-public donation events, donation centers offer opportunities to help MONTVALE, NJ (August 30, 2018) – Summer blood shortages are common in New Jersey, but the problem has been particularly acute during 2018. For this reason, turnout at donation events is crucial in ensuring that the supply will at least remain ...
by Post on 09/01 08:29AM - Story - 597 Hits
9.Intensifying blood shortage highlights disaster risks
Victims of weather emergency, accident, violence would be at greatest risk MONTVALE, NJ (August 2, 2018) – Disasters wait for no one. While summer blood shortages are a common development in New Jersey, the problem is particularly acute in 2018. And this raises the question of what medical personnel would ...
by Post on 08/02 02:22PM - Story - 478 Hits
10.Community Blood Services Opens Neptune, NJ Depot
Serving multiple hospital systems in Monmouth, Middlesex, Ocean counties NEPTUNE, NJ (May 15, 2018) – A blood storage depot has been opened in Neptune, NJ by Community Blood Services. Dedicated to address the needs of multiple hospitals throughout Monmouth, Middlesex, and Ocean counties, the depot is located at 2441B Route ...
by Post on 05/17 01:28PM - Story - 298 Hits
11.Spring into action; boost New Jersey’s blood supply
With sunny skies, warm weather, it’s the ideal time to donate MONTVALE, NJ  – This past winter’s blood shortage was a severe one, and history indicates a summer shortfall will be upon us soon.
by Post on 05/08 06:50AM - Story - 341 Hits
12.West Orange 2nd grader in desperate need of bone marrow donor
Community Blood Services, Be The Match® national registry spearheading search WEST ORANGE, NJ (April 18, 2018) – It’s all about finding a match. For West Orange second-grader Veronica DePauli, 7, the only way to overcome the blood cancer osteopetrosis – which she’s struggled with since last year – is through ...
by Post on 04/18 11:43AM - Story - 604 Hits
13.Bad flu season, winter weather worsen nationwide blood shortage by reducing number of donors,
Community Blood Services holding 52 March donation events in NJ; two more in NY MONTVALE, NJ (Feb. 26, 2018) – The severe flu outbreak of 2018, along with troublesome winter weather, have combined to reduce the number of potential blood donors … thus exacerbating the ongoing, nationwide shortage of blood ...
by Post on 02/26 11:53AM - Story - 428 Hits
14.O-negative blood in particularly short supply this winter
Blood platelets also desperately needed. Community Blood Services holding NJ donation events throughout January, February MONTVALE, NJ (January 15, 2017) – Because of its severity, New Jersey’s ongoing blood shortage has attracted significant attention – but many people are still unaware that the need for O-negative blood is acute.
by Post on 01/16 12:30PM - Story - 886 Hits
15.Blood donation opportunities available throughout New Jersey, Hudson Valley in December
Community Blood Services holding 60 events in 12 NJ counties, 1 county in NY MONTVALE, NJ (December 5, 2017) – New Jersey residents have the opportunity to help local hospitals and residents in need this month, with assistance from Community Blood Services.
by Post on 12/05 04:56PM - Story - 978 Hits
16.Smart TV to be raffled off to a lucky Community Blood Services donor
All donors from Nov. 22-26 will be entered to win a Vizio HDTV MONTVALE, NJ (November 20, 2017) -- In the spirit of Thanksgiving, Community Blood Services (CBS) is raffling off a Vizio 32” LED HDTV. One donor who gives blood at an open blood drive held by CBS (full ...
by Post on 11/21 03:47PM - Story - 799 Hits
17.Blood donation opportunities available throughout New Jersey, Hudson Valley in November
Community Blood Services holding 49 events in 10 NJ counties, 2 counties in NY MONTVALE, NJ (October 26, 2017) – New Jersey residents have the opportunity to help local hospitals and residents in need this month, with assistance from Community Blood Services.
by Post on 10/28 12:06AM - Story - 623 Hits
18.Local students saving lives via blood drive
Local students are saving lives this summer. While it may be appealing for high school students to spend their time off in a leisurely way, those in Paramus are instead helping those in need. Community Blood Services is hosting a special summer donation event in Paramus exclusively for high school ...
by Post on 07/29 11:46AM - Story - 565 Hits
19.L’ifestyle Lounge, Closter, NJ Grand Opening March 1st!
Presented by Laura Cipullo Whole Nutrition, NYC Yoga, Mindfulness, and Positive Nutrition Studio NEW YORK, NY; January 12th, 2017- When it comes to this year’s top health-related resolutions, “doing more yoga,” “practicing mindfulness,” and “eating healthier” are high on the list. Now, New Jersey fitness fanatics and even yo-yo dieters ...
by Post on 02/14 11:23AM - Story - 1,605 Hits
20.Media Gallery
PHOTO: Hackensack University Medical Center is now the first hospital in the nation to receive state approval to report microbiological clinical results through its bioMérieux VITEK® MS device. On December 12, bioMérieux team members visited HackensackUMC to acknowledge this important advancement. (Left to Right) Frank Hollis, section head, Microbiology, HackensackUMC; ...
by Post on 12/12 12:05PM - Media Gallery - 510 Hits
21.Dog Fitness and Nutrition Workshop
This free, family event will explore exercise and dog walking techniques for all breeds, ages and health levels. Attendees will also learn about the health benefits of Biologically Appropriate Raw Food diets. Creating the structure necessary to foster and maintain peace in the pack will be central to the program.
by RakerGoldstein on 11/18 12:00AM - evList - 268 Hits
22.Chris Cipriano and Rachel Napier
Chris Cipriano, Foundation Director of Keeping It Green Foundation and CEO/Founder of Cipriano Landscape Design; Rachel Napier Development Specialist of the School of Environmental and Biological Sciences at Rutgers University Read the story
by Paramus Post on 03/31 12:46PM - Media Gallery - 951 Hits
23.Fluoridation Ineffective & Harmful, studies show
... a consistent and strong association between the exposure to fluoride and low IQ,” concluded Tang el al., in "Fluoride and Children’s Intelligence: A Meta-analysis” in Biological Trace Element Research (e-published 8/10/08) -- Scientific American editors wrote in January 2008, "Some recent studies suggest that over-consumption of fluoride can raise the ...
by Anonymous on 02/08 08:13AM - Story > Comment - 0 Hits
24.CULTURAL REVOLUTION
... cultured in petri dishes as part of a collaborative project between Eshel Ben-Jacob, a professor of physics at Tel Aviv University in Israel, and Herbert Levine, co-director of University of California San Diego\'s Center for Theoretical Biological Physics. CNS Photo courtesy of Eshel Ben-Jacob, Tel Aviv University. Read the story
by Paramus Post on 02/01 08:04PM - Media Gallery - 1,314 Hits
25.PATENT OFFENDING
Does legal ownership of genes, stem cells and other biological material go beyond the pale? CNS Illustration by Anita L. Arambula and K.C. Alfred. Read the story
by Paramus Post on 04/22 10:48AM - Media Gallery - 2,360 Hits
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