LIVINGSTON—Heart disease is the number one killer in America. One in four American women dies from the disease, and yet many are still unaware of their personal risk factors.
MADISON, Wis. – Parents who want to stop the distress of infantile diarrhea might have a simple solution.
HILLSIDE—On Sep. 16 from 4 to 8 p.m., all Wendy’s restaurants in the Tri-state area will donate 10 percent of sales to local food banks serving their corresponding counties.
TRENTON – Legislation sponsored by Assembly members Gordon Johnson, Wayne DeAngelo, Elease Evans, Albert Coutinho and Herb Conaway to address recent shortages and closings at food pantries was signed into law Tuesday.
UNION—The Children’s Department of the Union Public Library has scheduled the following programs at the Main Library during the month of October:
NEWARK—While most people in the U.S. approve of organ donation, only about half of those individuals actually agree to allow the donation of a loved one’s organs when asked to do so, reports The United Network for Organ Sharing (UNOS).
LIVINGSTON—The Saint Barnabas Heart Center’s Atrial Fibrillation Center will help community members and hospital visitors learn more about Atrial fibrillation (afib), a life-threatening heart rhythm disorder, on Thursday, Sept. 17 and Monday, Sept. 28 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in Saint Barnabas Medical Center’s Main Lobby. An advanced practice cardiac nurse will educate participants about the risk factors, symptoms and treatment options.
TRENTON—Dale G. Caldwell, an 11-year member of the New Brunswick Board of Education and 10-year member of the Middlesex Regional Educational Services Commission, is the 2009 New Jersey’s School Board Member of the Year, the New Jersey School Boards Association announced this week.
LINDEN – City students in grades 4-12 can learn to build and repair computers in an 18-week class at the Linden Multi-Purpose Center, 1025 John Street.