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Thursday, May 23, 2019

Health Link

Omega-3s: Do You Really Know What They Are, and If You Are Getting Enough?

(BPT) Each day we are bombarded with heaping helpings of health headlines - the latest, must-know, must-do health advice. Sometimes the tips seem obvious; but often, it’s quite difficult to understand what will produce health benefits - especially when headlines and social media can make legitimate advice seem irrelevant in a

Seniors: How Healthy Feet Can Reduce Your Risk of Falling

(StatePoint) Among older Americans, falls are the number one cause of injuries and death from injury, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Not only are seniors more at risk for falls, when they do so, it poses a greater risk for injuries, hospitalization and complications. For a ground-up approach to fall

A New Year, A New You

(BPT) Jan. 1 marks the official start of the new year and is our annual reminder to set resolutions, such as eating healthier, practicing mindfulness, getting organized or finally joining a gym. It’s the perfect excuse to hit the reset button to lead a healthier lifestyle.

Whether that’s

‘Tis The Season: Tests, Tests and More Tests

The winter months bring us new weather patterns, new daylight schedules and new challenges for children. Exams, projects and papers are back in full swing. Some children may experience some level of anxiety in preparation for an exam or during an exam. Test anxiety is a form of anxiety that is both anticipatory and performance

OB/GYN Department at Hudson Regional Hospital Offers Exceptional Care

(Courtesy of HRH) Hudson Regional Hospital’s obstetrics department believes moms-to-be should have a beautiful birthing experience from start to finish. With board-certified doctors, caring and efficient nurses and state-of-the-art technology you are ensured your baby will be born happy and healthy. We offer individual, private

OB/GYN Department at Hudson Regional Hospital Offers Exceptional Care

(Courtesy of HRH) Hudson Regional Hospital’s obstetrics department believes moms-to-be should have a beautiful birthing experience from start to finish. With board-certified doctors, caring and efficient nurses and state-of-the-art technology you are ensured your baby will be born happy and healthy. We offer individual, private

Having My Cake and Eating It Too

I recently spent time reflecting on my life’s journey. While still young, upon recalling all the events of the past 15 years, I reflect on the ways that my history of struggling impacted my thoughts and perceptions. I remember imagining what my future would bring. Now, having lived through some of what I imagined, I am able to

Hudson Regional Hospital’s 2018 Year in Review

(Courtesy of HRH) When leadership and management established Hudson Regional Hospital (HRH) in January 2018, they had one mission in mind, which was to create a high-quality, trustworthy and affordable hospital to service Northern New Jersey.

Eleven months later, HRH is well

Heart Failure Specialist David Silber, DO, Joins Englewood Health Physician Network and Englewood Hospital

(Courtesy of Englewood Health) Cardiologist David Silber, DO, a specialist in heart failure, has joined the Englewood Health Physician Network and Englewood Hospital. His clinical interests include advanced heart failure, transplant cardiology, pulmonary hypertension and heart disease and pregnancy.

Improve Your Health by Making Small Changes

Do your kids ever complain to you about having a headache or a backache? Does it seem you are always taking them to the doctor for all sorts of health issues?

Do you ever notice after sitting for a while your neck gets tight, and your shoulders start creeping up towards your ears? Does

Hudson Regional Hospital Is Ready for Emergencies

(Courtesy of Hudson Regional Hospital) Let’s hope you never have an emergency requiring you to be taken to a hospital, but if you do, consider the services offered by Hudson Regional Hospital.

Hudson Regional Hospital Emergency Department is a full-service Emergency Department with the ability

To Vaccinate or Not to Vaccinate: What is the Question?

The first written record of the measles was presented by a Persian doctor who described the disease in the 9th century. Jump ahead over a thousand years to the beginning of the 20th century, when, in 1912, the United States required health care providers and labs to report all diagnosed cases of the measles.