If you can’t remember where you left your keys or the name of a new colleague, it’s probably not stupidity or dementia. More likely, your brain has gotten caught in ruts and information overload. But you can help your brain learn and remember.
CLARK—The Mother Seton Forensics Team brought home no less than 16 trophies this year, and one member won her way to national competition.
TRENTON – A bill which would require health insurers in New Jersey to provide coverage for screening for autism and other developmental disabilities as well as any medically-necessary occupational, physical and speech therapy, was approved by the state Senate on June 18 by a vote of 35-0.
RAHWAY – Habitat for Humanity Newark honored Rahway resident Allan Martin at its second annual Raising Roofs Gala held on Thursday, May 28 at the Wilshire Grand Hotel in West Orange.
During the current economic recession, many have lost their jobs, seen their credit lines cut or experienced other serious financial misfortunes. When the bills pile up and times become desperate, many people begin to question whether declaring bankruptcy is a viable option for them.
LINDEN—Linden Soccer Playoffs are off and running in the Public Property and Community Services League.
CLARK—L’Oreal Consumer Affairs Specialist and muralist Liz Palmatier led a team of about 20 volunteers in painting a mural in recreation room at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital Rahway.
UTICA, N.Y.—Most Americans, 75 percent, don’t believe CEO and CFO’s statements about the outlook of the financial position of their companies are credible because they are reluctant to detail the real problems facing their companies in the current economic environment, according to a Zogby 463 Interactive survey.
Financial illiteracy has become an epidemic. According to a recent report from the National Foundation for Credit Counseling, more than 40 percent of Americans grade themselves a C, D or F on their knowledge of personal finance issues.