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1.The Valley Hospital is the First Center in the World to Utilize WATCHMAN™ TruPlan™ CT Imaging Software
Ridgewood, New Jersey, March 23, 2021 – The Valley Hospital has become the first center in the world to utilize leading-edge imaging software designed to enhance the safety and efficacy of a Watchman implant procedure.
by Post on 03/23 03:11PM - Story - 278 Hits
2.Hackensack Meridian Health Receives Healthgrades 2018 Patient Safety Excellence Award
Ocean Medical Center and Bayshore Medical Center recognized for superior safety performance July 18, 2018 ― Edison, NJ – Hackensack Meridian Health is proud to announce two of its hospitals –Ocean Medical Center and Bayshore Medical Center – are recipients of the Healthgrades 2018 Patient Safety Excellence Award™, a designation ...
by Post on 07/19 09:31AM - Story - 2,483 Hits
3.Valley Named Recipient of Healthgrades 2017 Patient Safety Excellence Award
RIDGEWOOD, New Jersey,  April 4, 2017 – For a third consecutive year, The Valley Hospital has received the Healthgrades 2017 Patient Safety Excellence Award™, a designation that recognizes superior performance in hospitals that have prevented the occurrence of  serious, potentially avoidable complications for patients during hospital stays.
by Post on 04/05 09:07AM - Story - 604 Hits
4.St. Joseph’s Regional Medical Center Achieves Mentor Status in Partnership for Patients – New Jersey
The New Jersey Hospital Association announced that St. Joseph’s Regional Medical Center has achieved Mentor Status for its work in the Partnership for Patients – New Jersey initiative. Mentor status means that St. Joseph’s Regional Medical Center received the highest score in one or more of the healthcare-acquired conditions being ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 07/23 03:34PM - Story - 2,399 Hits
5.Report Finds New Jersey in “Best-Ever” Territory for Particle Pollution, but Worse in All Counties for Smog
Soot Pollution Levels Better or Same in Almost Every County; All Graded Counties in State Get “F’s” for Smog Except for One “D” The American Lung Association’s “State of the Air 2014” report released today finds that the air in New Jersey, split between two metropolitan areas, had worse levels ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 04/30 12:05AM - Story - 1,726 Hits
6.Columbia Nursing Research Finds US Hospitals Don’t Follow Policies Proven to Prevent Life-Threatening Infections
Study is Most Comprehensive Review in More Than Three Decades While most hospitals have polices in place to prevent health care-associated infections, clinicians often fail to follow evidence-based guidelines established to prevent these infections, according to new research from Columbia University School of Nursing published in the American Journal of ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 02/06 06:38PM - Story - 1,241 Hits
7.Season Of The Tick Man: Tick Expert Cracks Tough Cases
As the green deepens and hikers take to the forests and fields of the Northwest, ticks are emerging for their first blood meal of the season. While most people cringe at that thought, a Washington State University scientist is enthralled by the eight-legged beasts. So much so that he once ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 05/28 06:21PM - Story - 1,039 Hits
8.Mercator Medsystems Announces European Market Clearance For Its Groundbreaking Adventitial Drug Delivery Catheters
(www.MercatorMed.com) – Mercator MedSystems, Inc., a privately-held medical technology company, today announced it has received CE Mark approval to market its Cricket™ and Bullfrog® Micro-Infusion Catheters in Europe, significantly expanding the market for these products, which have previously received 510(k) clearance from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. The Mercator ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 03/01 04:31PM - Story - 990 Hits
9.UGA Public Health Researcher Connects Rise In Obesity To ‘Knowledge Gap’ Between Adults, Children
A growing generational disconnect between adults and children is putting thousands of years of cultural tradition and culinary knowledge in southern Arizona in jeopardy, according to a recent study by a researcher in the University of Georgia College of Public Health. The impact of this “knowledge gap” could help to ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 02/05 04:53PM - Story - 1,136 Hits
10.12 Ways To Live Happier (Part 2)
Q: Mr. Norris, a guy at the gym told me the other day that my depression could be originating from not drinking enough water. Any truth to that? — M., Loveland, Colo. A: Last week, I started my New Year's series by highlighting four relational actions through which we can ...
by Chuck Norris on 12/29 06:35PM - Story - 1,058 Hits
11.American Lung Association Applauds EPA Decision to Protect Public from Soot
The American Lung Association in New Jersey applauds the Obama Administration’s decision to set a much stronger national air quality standard on particulate matter (soot), one of the nation’s most lethal air pollutants. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) set limits on airborne microscopic particles, following the findings by independent ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 12/17 01:14PM - Story - 848 Hits
12.E - The Environmental Magazine Investigates the Nanoparticles in Our Food
The November/December 2012 issue of E - The Environmental Magazine (now posted at: www.emagazine.com) features a package of articles devoted to the increasing presence of nanoparticles in our food supply.
by Mel Fabrikant on 11/13 03:04PM - Story - 5,075 Hits
13.Fact Sheet: Partnership for Patients: Better Care, Lower Costs Fact
Doctors, nurses and other health care providers in America work incredibly hard every day to deliver the best care possible to their patients. Unfortunately, an alarming number of patients are harmed by medical mistakes in the health care system and far too many die prematurely as a result.
by Mel Fabrikant on 04/12 02:58PM - Story - 2,345 Hits
14.Study: Englewood Hospital and Medical Center - Among Top 5% in the Nation for Patient Safety
Englewood Hospital and Medical Center was identified as a recipient of the 2011 HealthGrades Patient Safety Excellence Award™, indicating that its patient safety ratings are in the top 5% of U.S. hospitals. In a new study released today by HealthGrades, the nation's most trusted source of health care provider information, ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 03/10 04:10PM - Story - 1,187 Hits
15.Chemical in Plastic Poses Special Risk for Women With Hormone Imbalance
A chemical found in plastic household products may pose a significant risk to women with polycystic ovary syndrome, the most common cause of hormone imbalance in women of reproductive age and a leading cause of infertility in the U.S. The chemical, Bisphenol A (BPA), is a known hormone disrupter present ...
by Dr. Rallie McAllister on 07/22 05:02AM - Story - 2,318 Hits
16.Carbon Monoxide Poisoning: An Invisible Killer
Kenneth Capek When tennis star Vitas Gerulaitis died of carbon monoxide poisoning in 1994, the world gasped. The healthy, vibrant, sophisticated individual was entering a new phase of his life as a tennis commentator when his life was tragically cut short at the age of 40. He was staying at ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 03/05 01:51PM - Story - 1,579 Hits
17.Feast Slowly to Prevent Holiday Weight Gain
Thanksgiving is just around the corner, and while many Americans are eagerly anticipating the traditional holiday feast, some are dreading the accompanying weight gain. If you want to avoid packing on extra pounds this holiday season, it's important to eat the good stuff in moderation. In addition to consuming sensible ...
by Dr. Rallie McAllister on 11/27 10:49AM - Story - 2,453 Hits
18.Oral Bacteria Responsible for Most Cases of Halitosis
Everyone has bad breath sometimes, but if the people around you keep getting whiplash whenever you open your mouth, you could have a more serious problem. Halitosis is the official medical term for malodorous breath, defined as any disagreeable odor of expired air. You're allowed to have bad breath if ...
by Dr. Rallie McAllister on 03/22 06:27AM - Story - 4,804 Hits
19.Calcium Supplements Alone May Not Be Enough to Prevent Bone Loss
Osteoporosis is not a normal part of aging and, in many cases, is entirely preventable. If you're determined to protect the health of your bones, you may be taking a calcium supplement. That's definitely a step in the right direction, but recent research suggests that optimum bone health depends on ...
by Dr. Rallie McAllister on 02/23 06:15AM - Story - 2,656 Hits
20.Are Gyms Breeding Grounds for Germs?
Tip of the Week: Enjoy the holiday party — just make sure to get back to work come Monday. There's no use in depriving yourself the joys of the season if that's going to cause you stress and worry. Most likely you'll be invited to one or more holiday parties ...
by Joe Weider on 12/24 12:58AM - Story - 1,797 Hits
21.Skin-protection battle sizzles anew with proposed rules for sunscreens
SOLAR WARRIOR This is a test. What common activity gradually predisposes healthy people to a lethal, unsightly disease many years before a doctor can diagnose it? Stumped?
by Anonymous on 05/19 05:49AM - Story - 2,797 Hits
22.Zapping the super bug
STAPH MEETING CANCELLED Drug-resistant staph infections, once mostly confined to hospitals, have spread to the nation's schools and gyms. In October, a 12-year-old boy's death from this dreaded infection caused alarm in a Bedford-Stuyvesant elementary school in New York. In California, an elementary school student in Yuba City has the ...
by Beth Wood on 11/12 01:51AM - Story - 3,146 Hits
23.Growing evidence shows that gum disease can be serious … even fatal
OPEN WIDE Once again, Mom was right. For years she hounded you to brush and floss regularly to help keep your teeth and gums healthy. Little did she or anyone else know then that following her oral hygiene advice may also protect you from serious illness and disease. There's growing ...
by Anonymous on 08/06 01:28AM - Story - 9,904 Hits
24.Left untreated, tooth decay can take a life
X-RAY TELLS THE TALE The death of a 12-year-old Maryland boy made national news recently. He died of a toothache. And the media coverage surrounding the death reminded the complacent that untreated tooth decay can be fatal. While the youngster's mother was seeking help for his younger brother whose six ...
by Anonymous on 04/16 01:41AM - Story - 40,641 Hits
25.Gut reactions
GUT REACTION Eating live organisms sounds like a grotesque "Fear Factor" episode or a crude fraternity prank. But some nutrition and medical experts say eating live bacteria may be just what the doctor ordered. Called probiotics, these beneficial live bacteria are found naturally in most yogurts, tofu, sauerkraut, miso and ...
by Anonymous on 11/30 12:55AM - Story - 3,290 Hits
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