WOODBRIDGE—Your husband returns with bite marks on his arm following a confrontation with the angry raccoon hiding in your garage. Or your teenage daughter, the star center on the school basketball team, sprains her ankle playing HORSE in the driveway. What’s your gut reaction? If you’re like many people, you’ll rush them to the emergency room.
CARTERET—Carteret will host free H1N1 (swine) flu vaccinations for county residents in February.
ELIZABETH – AMC Entertainment and the Autism Society are teaming up to bring families affected by autism and other disabilities a special opportunity to enjoy their favorite films in a safe and accepting environment on a monthly basis.
NEWARK— Feb. 14 is a well-known holiday—Valentine’s Day—and a chance to show appreciation for those you love. Feb. 14 is also another important day—National Donor Day—and it is a chance to show appreciation for life by donating to those in need.
WASHINGTON, D.C.—The more than 200,000 New Jerseyans suffering from psoriasis and psoriatic arthritis got a boost for the new year when the federal government approved $1.5 million to launch the first-ever psoriasis patient registry at the Centers for Disease Control.
MILWAUKEE, Wisc. – With the 2010 Olympic Winter Games taking place Feb. 12 – 28, the world’s best athletes continue the famed sports competition that began in ancient Greece. In today’s world, the age-old challenge of sustaining an exercise routine is still with us.
Now that H1N1 vaccine is plentiful in New Jersey, everyone who can should protect themselves and their families by getting vaccinated. Vaccination is our safest and most effective tool to prevent influenza and stay healthy.
SCOTCH PLAINS – COPD, chronic bronchitis or emphysema, does not have to keep you from living. Learn how exercise can improve strength and stamina for those with chronic lung conditions at a special program on Tuesday, Feb. 16 at 11 a.m. at the RWJ Rahway Fitness & Wellness Center.
MONROE—If you frequently forget where you put your keys and are constantly misplacing things, it could mean you have a lot on your mind. It also could be an early sign of memory loss.
MADISON, Wis.- Winter weight gain doesn’t have to be a fact of life—even with the body’s chemical changes that can compel you to binge on carbs and “comfort foods.”