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1.One in 1,000 Children Develop Arthritis
Hackensack University Medical Center Pediatric Rheumatologist Weighs in on this Chronic Joint Disease and its Effect on Kids Today August 23, 2019 – Hackensack, NJ - When the word “arthritis” is mentioned, most people tend to associate the condition with the elderly. However, this fails to include the nearly 300,000 ...
by Post on 08/24 11:31AM - Story - 498 Hits
2. Little Red Hats Bring Lots of Love to Babies at Hackensack University Medical Center
Hackensack University Medical Center participates in the American Heart Association’s Little Hats, Big Hearts program to empower new moms to live heart-healthywhile raising awareness of congenital heart defects Hackensack, NJ – Hackensack Meridian Health Hackensack University Medical Center is extremely excited to be a part of the American Heart Association’s ...
by Post on 02/26 05:51PM - Story - 1,253 Hits
3.Little Red Hats Make Big Impact in New Jersey
American Heart Association and The Children’s Heart Foundation empower new moms and babies with the Little Hats, Big Hearts program. Saddle Brook, NJ, February 1, 2018 — The American Heart Association and The Children’s Heart Foundation have launched the third year of New Jersey’s Little Hats, Big Hearts initiative. The ...
by Post on 02/03 03:55PM - Story - 688 Hits
Plus, A Guide to Different Lentil Types Clifton, NJ, JUNE 5, 2017 -- What’s there to love about lentils? Lentil’s nutrition benefits include the ability to improve and maintain heart health, help you to lose weight in a healthy way, fight blood sugar fluctuations that can lead to diabetes or low energy levels, and improve ...
by Post on 06/06 07:18AM - Story - 494 Hits
5.Little Red Hats Warm Hearts in a Big Way at St. Joseph’s Regional Medical Center!
... Association’s Little Hats, Big Hearts program this year. The American Heart Association is raising awareness about family heart health and congenital heart defects, the most common type of birth defect in the country, with support from The Children’s Heart Foundation. This effort aims to empower new moms to take charge ...
by Post on 02/21 10:14AM - Story - 1,360 Hits
6.Heart and Vascular Hospital at HackensackUMC Offers New Treatment for Most Common Heart Valve Problem
For more than two years, Frances Addeo suffered from a leaky heart valve.  And, the physical effects it caused were slowly getting worse. “It was affecting my oxygen and I couldn’t breathe,” said Frances. “I would walk a block and I would be huffing and puffing.  I couldn’t continue to ...
by Post on 01/25 10:12AM - Story - 1,845 Hits
7.Tips From the Snow & Ice Management Association for Safe Walking
Falls account for more than 1M injuries in the U.S. annually. The most common type of walking accidents is the slip and fall. That's the type of fall that happens when you fall walking on a sidewalk, parking lot or street not clear of snow or ice. "The most dangerous ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 02/11 04:21PM - Story - 1,168 Hits
8.Five Ways Your Boat’s Insurance Policy Can Fail You - A Quick Check Up
... taken a close look at your boat insurance, you could be surprised to find that you may not be entitled to a payout with some common types of claims. That’s because unlike home or auto, boat insurance policies offer a wide range of coverage, from very little to a lot. ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 01/30 12:57PM - Story - 1,455 Hits
9.Tips on Applying for Personal Loans Online
... that of a loan. There are various types of financing available in the market like auto loans, mortgage loans etc. But one of the most common types of financing present in the market is the personal loan. A credit flow of this sort allows an individual to borrow cash for ...
by Angela Sanders on 04/19 06:43AM - Story - 8,374 Hits
10.The Allendale Community Raises Awareness for American Heart Month in February
Senior Campus Advocates Healthy Lifestyle Through Proper Diet, Exercise February is American Heart Month, and not just because of Valentine’s Day. It’s the time to recognize the strides being made to reduce the risks of cardiovascular disease. The Allendale Community for Mature Living, a leading provider of continuing care retirement ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 01/04 01:30AM - Story - 1,052 Hits
11.After GMO Study Russia Suspends Imports of Monsanto Corn; France Investigates
Russia today suspended the import and use of Monsanto’s genetically engineered corn, following a study released last week that found serious health problems in rats fed this corn, according to the Wall Street Journal.
by Mel Fabrikant on 09/27 04:34PM - Story - 3,126 Hits
12.Bad Boss Blues
OfficeTeam Survey: Nearly Half of Employees Said They Have Worked for Unreasonable Managers; One in Four “Suffered Through the Torment” It’s no wonder bad bosses often make it to the big screen: Many workers can relate. Nearly half (46 percent) of employees surveyed by OfficeTeam said they have worked for ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 07/10 05:56PM - Story - 1,045 Hits
13.Five Questions to Ask Your Boat’s Insurance Agent
Capt. Shane O’Neal gets boaters safely home. What Makes a Good Policy? Got the boat ready to go into the water? Hold it, just a minute! Boat Owners Association of The United States has five hard questions you need to ask your boat’s insurance agent before your summer boating season ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 04/25 03:00PM - Story - 1,296 Hits
14.Robert Half Reveals Top Tech Etiquette Offenders; New Guide Helps Prevent Career-Crushing Blunders
In the days when “tweets” were bird sounds and a “text” was a book, workplace blunders had a limited audience. Now, however, these missteps can receive broad exposure -- with unhappy consequences: Three out of four (76 percent) human resources (HR) managers polled by Robert Half said technology etiquette breaches ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 02/15 06:37PM - Story - 1,188 Hits
15.BoatUS Reports Top Three Items Stolen from Boats Over the Winter
And How to Prevent an Unwanted “Visit” or Boat Theft Boats stored over the winter can be easy targets for thieves. Many boat owners don’t find out they have been a victim of theft until long after, often when spring preparations are being made. To help boaters, anglers and sailors ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 10/22 07:33PM - Story - 1,113 Hits
16.What Every Woman Should Know about Cervical Cancer Routine medical care plays a key role in preserving cervical health
Dr. Nimesh Nagarsheth January is National Cervical Cancer Awareness Month and Englewood Hospital and Medical Center would like to encourage our community to take an active stance against this highly preventable disease. As the second leading type of cancer in women worldwide, cervical cancer can be prevented by following routine ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 01/12 03:08PM - Story - 1,617 Hits
17.Oct 22: Heritage Pointe Of Teaneck To Host Seminar On Preventing Falls And Hip Fractures
Free Event Open to the Public, Healthcare Professionals Receive One Continuing Education Unit for Attending Benjamin Pearce, chief executive officer of Potomac Homes, will present an informative seminar titled “Preventing Falls and Hip Fractures,” on Thurs., Oct. 22 at 2 p.m. The event, being held at Heritage Pointe of Teaneck, ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 10/12 06:55AM - Story - 1,077 Hits
18.Attention, men! The doctor is your friend
MAN DATES A few years ago, a private health-care foundation survey asked how often American men and women saw their doctor. Not surprisingly, adult males were infrequent visitors. In fact, one-third said they didn't even have a regular doctor. Generally speaking, men make lousy patients. They avoid physicians like the ...
by Anonymous on 02/07 03:57AM - Story - 2,713 Hits
19.Meditation 'fools the brain' in a threatening world
WORLD OF CALM For years, Buddhist monks, yogis and the Beatles have been telling us about the benefits of meditation. Now, scientists and doctors are hopping on the meditation bandwagon. Thanks to cutting-edge technologies like functional MRI scans, neuroscientists can look inside the brain to see if meditation actually produces ...
by Anonymous on 03/22 01:08AM - Story - 4,939 Hits
20.An implant patient's primer
Tired of not filling out swimsuits and T-shirts to her satisfaction, 32-year-old Kristin Brackemyre decided it was time to get some serious breasts. But before that could happen, she knew she had to do some serious homework. She and her lawyer boyfriend researched breast-augmentation surgery as if they were preparing ...
by Anonymous on 01/22 12:34AM - Story - 3,943 Hits
21.Web site has live donors for those who need organs
TRANSPLANT NEED When Kathy Lee found out her kidneys were failing, she turned to her doctor for help and her family and friends for support. But the medicine Lee's doctor prescribed to halt the deterioration of her kidney function didn't work. And while some of her friends and family were ...
by Anonymous on 03/11 01:02AM - Story - 3,190 Hits
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