(NAPSI)—Aspirin, a drug that “thins” the blood, can offer benefits in patients who are at a high risk for cardiovascular disease, including prevention of the formation of blood clots, which could cause a heart attack and stroke.
Dear EarthTalk: The World Bank is often cast in a bad light by green groups and in the press. What are their eco-crimes, and are there any reforms in the making? — J. Bloch, Newark, NJ
UNION – Missionaries Jerry and Karen Jacob will speak during the 6:30 p.m. service at Calvary Assembly of God in Union on April 17.
RAHWAY – Rebecca Yedlock, a first grade teacher at Franklin School in Rahway, has been recognized as the school’s teacher of the year. She is pictured here with Rahway Superintendent of Schools Edward Yergalonis (Photo courtesy of Franklin School)
(NAPSI)—If you’re thinking of buying a used car that looks like a “steal,” take a deep breath before you reach for your wallet. It could be a steal in more ways than one.
ELIZABETH–Benedictine Academy (BA) in Elizabeth will present its spring theatre production, “Our Town”, on Friday, April 15 and Saturday, April 16, at the school, located at 840 North Broad Street in Elizabeth. Performance times are at 7 p.m. both evenings. The public is invited.
WESTFIELD — The Hope Chest Thrift Shop at 26 Prospect Street, Westfield will be celebrating its 10th Anniversary on Friday and Saturday, April 1 and 2, offering women’s, men’s and children’s clothing and household items at reasonable prices.
LINDEN – According to a recent study, most Americans say they believe in God and many say they regularly attend worship services, yet on any given Sunday just 20 percent actually show up in church.
HIGHLAND PARK – The theater department at Highland Park High School and three local restaurants have partnered together to offer a play and dinner this weekend for patrons.