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1.Stop & Shop Implementing Capacity Limits and One-Way Aisles at all New York City, Long Island and New Jersey Stores
To further enforce the CDC’s social distancing guidelines, Stop & Shop is instituting store capacity limits, as well as one-way traffic in its grocery aisles at all New York City, Long Island and New Jersey stores. These changes are being made at Stop & Shop’s stores in Massachusetts, Connecticut and ...
by Post on 04/08 05:56PM - Story - 377 Hits
2.Bergen New Bridge Medical Center Expand Telehealth Service for COVID-19
Adds COVID-19 screening and virtual infectious disease consultations to Telehealth Service Line (Paramus, NJ) Bergen New Bridge Medical Center has expanded their Telehealth service (Bergen New Bridge Cares) to screen patients for COVID-19.  With their partner Air Visits, Bergen New Bridge Cares offers urgent-care screening and assessment of patients who ...
by Post on 03/04 07:23AM - Story - 1,300 Hits
3.Paterson’s First Hospital Celebrates 150 Years
St. Joseph’s Healthcare System Kicks-off Sesquicentennial Celebration PATERSON, NJ [September 19, 2016] – St. Joseph’s Healthcare System, New Jersey’s premier Catholic healthcare system, launched a year-long series of 150th Anniversary celebrations on Thursday, September 8th with the unveiling of a historic marker to commemorate the humble beginnings of St. Joseph’s ...
by Post on 09/20 09:59AM - Story - 1,603 Hits
4.Trinitas Regional Medical Center and Horizon BCBNJ Enter Into Multifaceted Value Based Care Collaborative
--Congestive Heart Failure Episode of Care Will Launch Effort that Will Grow to Include Diabetes, Medicaid and Integrated Behavioral Health-- (June 6, 2016 –Newark, NJ)  -- Expanding upon a long history of partnership, Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey (Horizon BCBSNJ) and Trinitas Regional Medical Center in Elizabeth ...
by Post on 06/06 01:54PM - Story - 1,190 Hits
5.Horizon Welcomes More Than 40,000 Previously Uninsured To OMNIA
--234,235 New Jerseyans Have Chosen High Quality, Affordable OMNIA Policy Through 2/26/16 and Company Confident of Hitting Target of 256,000 Enrolled By Year End--  (Newark, NJ) -- Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey (Horizon BCBSNJ) today announced that an estimated 41,258 of their new enrollees in  the individual market ...
by Post on 03/11 07:37AM - Story - 1,176 Hits
6.Amid Sweeping Changes in Healthcare Delivery Some Things Remain the Same
Westwood, NJ – These days, just about everyone has gotten the message that healthcare delivery is changing. Many people welcome coverage for pre-existing conditions and the closing of the “donut hole” for medications, but worry that the relationship with their primary care physician might weaken. At Hackensack University Medical Group at ...
by Press Release on 09/15 01:34PM - Story - 1,290 Hits
7.New Virus Has Parents Worried Sick
... the classroom, kids should be focusing on reading, writing and arithmetic, but a virus making the national rounds has children falling ill and parents worried sick. Doctors with AFC and AFC/Doctors Express are urging parents to be on the lookout for symptoms of this respiratory enterovirus known as EV-D68 sweeping ...
by Press Release on 09/10 04:57PM - Story - 1,181 Hits
8.The Stranded Traveler -- What to do When the Unthinkable Happens
Whether traveling for business or for pleasure, the last thing that someone thinks about is getting ill or injured while away from home. Fortunately, most of the time, when the traveler becomes a patient, it is for relatively simple issues, like coming down with a gastrointestinal illness or needing a ...
by Angela Sanders on 11/20 09:42AM - Story - 1,903 Hits
9.Summer Heat can be Deadly to Pets
As the dangerous heat returns and the hot days of summer come upon us, doctors from BluePearl Veterinary Partners recommend taking certain precautions to ensure your pet doesn’t suffer from any heat-related injuries. “It’s less than a week into summer and we’ve already seen multiple cases of heatstroke at several ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 06/28 03:17PM - Story - 777 Hits
10.A Run for Katie, A Run for Hope
... rescued from a Tennessee kill shelter after living her life outdoors on a chain and discarded when her “family” thought she was too old and sick. This callous act of disregard was best thing to happen for this sweet girl, riddled with mammary cancer, heartworm disease and debilitating arthritis. Katie’s ...
by Paramus Post on 04/22 06:32PM - Story - 1,866 Hits
11.Affordable Health Insurance for New Jersey’s Small Businesses and Workers
... small businesses paid an average of 18% more for the same health insurance plan offered to the bigger business down the street, and their premiums could skyrocket if a single employee got sick. That made it hard for many small business owners to keep offering coverage and grow their businesses.
by Mel Fabrikant on 04/05 11:32AM - Story - 2,255 Hits
12.Survey: Consumers Support Improved Conditions For Restaurant Workers
American consumers overwhelmingly support better conditions for restaurant workers, according to a new survey conducted by ORC International for the National Consumers League (NCL), the nation’s pioneer consumer organization. In an industry that is commonly characterized by anti-worker policies, including incidents of wage theft, a lack of paid sick days, ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 01/16 12:33PM - Story - 3,460 Hits
13.Locals Jam Urgent Cares For Fast Cold/Flu Relief
Across the country and right in our area, folks are kicking off the New Year in bed – flat on their backs. We’ve been hit with a two punch - a vicious strain of the flu AND NOW, an increase in respiratory illnesses (such as RSV, sinus infections, ear infections, ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 01/11 08:15PM - Story - 910 Hits
14.NCL Calls On Congress To Enact Long Overdue Bill Requiring Regulation, Oversight Of Compounding Pharmacies
The National Consumers League, the nation's oldest consumer organization, today is calling on Congress to pass long overdue legislation to require rigorous regulation and oversight of compounding pharmacies in light of the recent, devastating meningitis outbreak--resulting from contaminated steroid injections--that has killed 24 Americans, sickened 317, and exposed many thousands ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 10/26 04:08PM - Story - 2,473 Hits
15.Past, Present And Future Of Health Care By Dr. Jaime R. Torres
"Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it" And to avoid a further breakdown in our health care system, we need to remember where we were as a country when the health care law passed.
by Mel Fabrikant on 08/23 08:43AM - Story - 929 Hits
16.The Art of Solace: Fifteen Tips for Pushing through the Discomfort and Truly Connecting with a Chronically Ill Person
Few of us know how to act around a very sick person. And yet, what we say (and don’t say) makes a huge impact. Solace, a new book from Walter St. John, provides a very specific set of practical skills for caregivers, family members, and anyone else who wants to ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 06/28 04:02PM - Story - 880 Hits
17.Illustrated Children’s Book Introduces Invisible World Of Microbes
Sara Andersson makes the world of microbiological science visible to young children in “Invisible Things” In “Invisible Things” (ISBN 1469985713), Sara Andersson weaves an engaging and easy-to-read children’s tale about the world of microbes. With vivid illustrations, Andersson’s work introduces the world of microbes.
by Mel Fabrikant on 06/19 04:04PM - Story - 2,574 Hits
18.Top Ten Facts You Need To Know About Ticks (Courtesy of www.tickencounter.org)
Bad Year for Ticks 10. Ticks crawl up Ticks don't jump, fly, or drop from trees onto your head and back. If you find one attached there, it most likely latched onto your foot or leg and crawled up over your entire body. 9. All ticks (including deer ticks) come ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 05/09 10:57AM - Story - 1,229 Hits
19.Mariann’s School of Dance and River Dell High School Interact Club Presents: Lean on Me Benefit
All proceeds benefit The Caroline Fund for the Tomorrows Children’s Institute: Helping children suffering from cancer and serious blood disorders. Friday, May 11, 2012 at 7PM River Dell High School Auditorium 55 Pyle Street Oradell, NJ 07649 $10.00 in advance/$15.00 at the door
by Mel Fabrikant on 05/03 07:17AM - Story - 2,159 Hits
20.The Elisabeth Morrow School Raises Funds for HUMC Tomorrow's Children Honoring Fellow Student Caroline Sakovits
... Sanzari Children’s Hospital at Hackensack University Medical Center. Anna had heard Caroline talk about The Caroline Fund and how it helps children who are very sick. Moved by her story, Anna organized a bake sale to raise money in support of the cause. With the help of her mother, Anna ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 04/25 01:13PM - Story - 1,154 Hits
21.“Will I Be Going Home?” “Will I Recover?” “What Happens Next?” Ten Tips to Help Caregivers Field the Toughest Questions of All
When you’re a caregiver for a chronically ill loved one or a healthcare professional working with patients who are chronically ill, you’re likely to hear some pretty tough questions. Solace, a new book from Walter St. John, provides tips, tactics, insight, and advice to help you navigate this minefield in ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 03/01 06:56PM - Story - 940 Hits
22.The Art of Solace: 15 Tips for Pushing through the Discomfort and Truly Connecting with a Chronically Ill Person
Few of us know how to act around a very sick person. And yet, what we say (and don’t say) makes a huge impact. Here are some practical skills for caregivers, family members, and anyone else who wants to make a meaningful difference in a very difficult time. By Walter ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 02/20 03:45PM - Story - 914 Hits
23.Tips for Navigating Flu Season at the Office
... doesn’t mean it has to be at work. According to a survey from staffing firm Accountemps, only 8 percent of professional say they are impressed by coworkers who come to work sick. If you’ve got the sniffles, following are four ways to exercise proper cold and flu etiquette at work:
by Mel Fabrikant on 02/14 03:36PM - Story - 897 Hits
24.Grand Opening of Bobby's Burger Palace At Bergen Town Center, Paramus
... leave and never appear again. Me and my wife each ordered a burger, the menu states eating raw or under cooked meat can make you sick. the burgers came and were only searer on the outside and in side was RAW meat. sent it back as asked for a done ...
by Anonymous on 04/04 08:22PM - Story > Comment - 0 Hits
25.FOOD FRIGHT
In the wake of food frights, experts are focusing on foods that have been recalled after making diners sick. CNS Photo. Read the story
by Sophie Stone on 10/20 05:52PM - Media Gallery - 1,154 Hits
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