Video: Metastatic (Stage 4) Breast Cancer Awareness

Thanks: NJTV News.org By Emily Helck, The Real Tumors of New Jersey For all the pink triumphal arches, for all the celebration of survivors, there’s one group of breast cancer patients that the average person does not see splashed across the pages of a magazine: people with...
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Featured Video: Through New Hospital and Quarantine Policies, Ebola (and Ebola Hysteria) Arrive In New Jersey

Sources: CBS New York.com, NJ.com Healthfit, MotherJones.com New York and New Jersey have set up a new screening system that goes above and beyond the guidelines already set up by federal officials. The patients with the highest level of possible exposure will be automatically...
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Doctors Express Urgent Care: What’s in YOUR fridge?

Source: Doctors Express Urgent Care At this point, the science is clear; eating well and getting regular exercise is the best foundation for a healthy life. Aside from helping you maintain a healthy body weight, making good food choices has a positive ripple effect....
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Trick-or-Treating for the Food Allergic

Thanks: Fox News New York City Source: FoodAllergy.org This Halloween, the Food Allergy Research And Education (FARE) organization is encouraging communities to start a new tradition that will help make this holiday season less scary for children with food allergies: the Teal...
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To Siri With Love: How the I-Phone Personal Assistant Reaches An Autistic Child

Source: New York Times My 13-year-old son…Gus has autism, and Siri, Apple’s “intelligent personal assistant” on the iPhone, is currently his BFF… Gus: “You’re a really nice computer.” Siri: “It’s nice to be appreciated.” Gus: “You are always asking if you can help me....
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Breast Cancer Awareness 2014: Think Before You “Pink”

Source: Breast Cancer Action.org The truth about breast cancer is never an easy story to tell because there is nothing comforting, secure, soft or reassuring about it. The reality is doctor’s visits, radiation appointments, chemo infusions and their aftermath. And there’s always...
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