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Tuesday, July 16, 2019

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Join Project S.A.R.A.H. at 13th Annual Breakfast This Sunday

(Courtesy of Project S.A.R.A.H.) Do you feel lonely, isolated, trapped, like you are “walking on eggshells” around your spouse/partner? Are you losing your self-esteem? These are the questions facing the women in the Project S.A.R.A.H. women’s group.

This group is for women in

Why Do We Hesitate to Reach Out When Someone Dies?

Caring Organizer is a new, free, easy to use, online resource tool for organizing meals and providing support when someone is sick or has lost a loved one. Elisa Udaskin, CEO and Founder, shares her tips on why we hesitate to reach out when someone dies and what we can do to overcome it.

Hundreds of Anglo Israelis Attend Parenting Workshops

(Courtesy of Project YES) Hundreds of parents attended a series of parenting workshops with Rabbi Yakov Horowitz last week in Israel, in the Anglo communities of Modiin, Ramat Beit Shemesh and Efrat.

The events, which included a crowd of 300 people in Ramat Beit Shemesh,

JACS Gears Up for 75th Retreat

In 1979, a small group of Jews, honest about the concerns they faced with addiction, founded and fostered the growth of a self-help organization. They wanted to create a safe space where they could feel whole in recovery. These addicts and alcoholics in recovery had been attending meetings of AA (Alcoholics Anonymous) and NA

Raising Genetic Awareness

Did you know that everyone carries at least one or two mutations that could cause severe genetic disorders? But don’t worry, that doesn’t mean we are unhealthy, it simply means we should be more aware of our genetic history. As humans, we receive genes from our parents which determine future characteristics such as

Five Things You Should Know About Autism

(Courtesy of Hudson Regional Hospital) More than 3.5 million Americans live with an autism spectrum disorder, but autism itself remains widely misunderstood. As a result, people with an autism spectrum disorder face a significant amount of stigma, which can present additional challenges for themselves and their families.

Get in Shape This Spring

(Courtesy of HRH) Paired with National Nutrition Month and first hints of spring, this month is the perfect time to get active. If you have had a relatively inactive winter, perhaps you can use this month to fold regular exercising back into your routine. If you have been staying active, then March is the perfect month to

The Therapy Gym Adds New Space and New Services

Interventional therapy for children has become as commonplace as a trip to the playground. More and more of today’s youth require services to assist with delays or challenges. Finding the right program for your child can significantly affect long-term progress. With its newly expanded space, The Therapy Gym,

Huge Changes Coming to NJ: What’s All This Commotion About?

There is so much hype going on in New Jersey. Governor Phil Murphy has signed several of new laws that went into effect late 2018 and early 2019. These new laws can have an impact on business owners both small and large, expecting mothers, parents, caregiver and employees in a variety of ways.

Parkview Is a True Community Pharmacy

The West Englewood shopping district has seen many businesses come and go, but one particular establishment has survived the test of time. Located on the corner of The Plaza and Queen Anne Road, Parkview Pharmacy has serviced the community for more than four decades, providing friendly service and quality merchandise.

The Center for Musculoskeletal Disorders Spotlight: Ankle Injuries

Ankle fractures, another term for a broken bone(s), is a partial or complete break in a bone in or around the ankle joint. Fractures in the ankle can range from the less serious avulsion injuries (small pieces of bone that have been pulled off during a ligament tear) to severe shattering-type

March Is National Nutrition Month at Hudson Regional Hospital

(Courtesy of HRH) There’s no time like the present to consider your eating habits and make healthy changes—especially because March just happens to be National Nutrition Month, an educational campaign designed to draw attention to the importance of making educated decisions about what you eat and drink and developing