PERTH AMBOY — Healthcare professionals from Raritan Bay Medical Center will step out into the community this Go Red for Women day Friday, Feb. 7, promoting women’s heart health and providing free screenings, CPR training and education at nine different Middlesex County locations.
STATE — New York Blood Center (NYBC) serving more than 20 million people in New York City, Long Island, the Hudson Valley, and New Jersey, is asking the public to roll up its sleeves and donate to make up for blood drives which had to be cancelled because of the snowstorm.
PHILADELPHIA, Pa.– As temperatures continue to plunge and snowfall levels increase across the tri-state region, a physical therapy professor at University of the Sciences in Philadelphia reminds individuals the exertion, cold weather, and slippery surfaces snow shovelers face during these…
By Dr. Steven Goldberg Cervical Health Awareness Month in January is an opportunity to raise awareness about how women can protect themselves from HPV (human papillomavirus) and cervical cancer. About 20 million Americans currently have HPV, the most common sexually…
It’s not surprising that energy drink companies entice us with promises of a “big bad buzz” or “wings when you need them.” Who wouldn’t want more energy? It’s hard to resist the allure of a pick-me-up to help you stay alert and energized.
Not that it wasn’t predictable, but the federal government, fueled by new Monitoring the Future data collected by the University of Michigan on behalf of the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA), is reporting a rise in the illicit use of marijuana among high school students.
(via NJBIZ) In what could be seen as back-pedaling from the Affordable Care Act’s “individual mandate” requiring most Americans to get health coverage in 2014 or pay a penalty, the Obama administration said Thursday night it will exempt people who received notices that their health plans are being canceled.