NEWARK—Rather than waiting for the rush of back-to-school checkups, parents can ensure good dental health for children with appointments in the summer and all year long.
EDISON – The Edison Senior Center will offer a free four-week program designed to help individuals take control of their diabetes through utilizing a commonsense approach.
NEW BRUNSWICK—New York Blood Center will hold about two dozen blood drives in July as part of Bloodstock, a regional effort by local students to help save lives and earn scholarships for their hard work.
NEW BRUNSWICK – A special “O” blood drive will be held at New Jersey Blood Services (NJBS) on Thursday, July 2, from 9 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. at 167 New Street, New Brunswick. This unique drive will be open particularly to individuals who have type “O” blood.
CLARK – New Jersey Blood Services will hold a special “O” blood drive at Clark Volunteer Rescue Squad, 875 Raritan Road, on Monday, July 6 from 2 to 7:30 p.m. This unique drive will be open particularly to individuals who…
ELIZABETH—Fifty-two men and women from Essex, Hudson, Middlesex, Monmouth, Somerset and Union counties in New Jersey, and Staten Island and Flushing, New York, are among the May 2009 graduates of the Trinitas School of Nursing.
WOODBRIDGE—Starting on July 14, the Woodbridge YMCA will collaborate with the Lance Armstrong foundation to aid cancer survivors in their journey back to fitness.
WEST ORANGE – Summer is finally here and along with days spent at the pool, lake or ocean comes the increased risk of water-related injuries. In fact, diving is among the leading causes of spinal cord and traumatic head injuries in the United States today.
HOUSTON, Texas—Summer is in full swing, and barbecues are a perfect way to relax, spend time with family and friends, and celebrate the July 4th holiday. To help you better prepare for this popular activity, nutrition experts at The University of Texas M. D. Anderson Cancer Center offer advice on how to barbecue the healthy way.
ELIZABETH—The New Jersey Department of Health and Senior Services announced Friday that a Union County man died of H1N1 Flu. This was the fourth death of a New Jersey resident with novel H1N1 influenza.