SOUTH PLAINFIELD—The Middlesex County Public Health Department will administer 5,000 H1N1 vaccinations to the general public (ages 6 months and older) from 2 to 8 p.m. on Thursday, Jan. 7, at the South Plainfield PAL Building, 1250 Maple Avenue.
WOODBRIDGE – The Woodbridge Township Department of Health & Human Services will administer H1N1 vaccine to all Woodbridge Township residents – adults and children regardless of age or risk group – at clinics scheduled throughout January at the Woodbridge Health Center located at 2 George Frederick Plaza.
WOODBRIDGE – An upcoming bowling tournament will raise funds for children affected by cancer, officials from the Prodigal Foundation said.
CRANFORD – The Tri-County Red Cross and Cranford Chamber of Commerce are partnering to help local families get and stay healthy in the New Year, while at the same time raising funds to provide local disaster relief.
The beginning of a new year is a great time to get your priorities in order and to set goals for the next 365 days. ACOG urges women to put health at the top of their 2010 to-do lists. Remember these healthy living tips:
BERKELEY HEIGHTS—Attention caregivers, do you feel tired? Are you overwhelmed and stressed? Caring for a loved one can bring on those feelings. You are not alone.
MILWAUKEE, Wisc. – When the calendar turns to Jan. 1, 2010, many of us will choose goals for the new year. Patricia M. Amborn, M.S.M., educator, wellness author, and expert for TOPS Club, Inc. (Take Off Pounds Sensibly), says New…
TRENTON – The New Jersey Department of Health and Senior Services awarded $40 million in Health Care Stabilization Fund grants to nine financially distressed hospitals in order to maintain health care access in communities where services are threatened.
Tis the season to eat like someone who was just rescued from a desert island. Office parties, holiday buffets, family gatherings and enough sandwiches made from leftover turkey to choke a reindeer.
STATE – The state Department of Health and Human Services reports that there is widespread influenza-like activity in New Jersey, which signifies there is flu activity in virtually every county in the state.