Don’t let winter keep you inside — Get your dose of Vitamin Nature!

Source: South Jersey Local News Studies show that being outdoors in any season makes people feel better, both physically and psychologically. Getting outside is especially important this time of year, when shorter daylight hours can cause Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD), also known as the winter blues. A regular dose of what author Richard Louv calls […]

2019 In Review: The Year’s “Jersey-est” Your HHRS News Stories — Part 2

PART ONE More of 2019’s most noteworthy stories: The U.S. Department of Labor and Social Security Administration National Disability Employment Awareness Month? We agree with with DJ, blogger, and Rock Against Dystrophy founder John “Turbo” Shatesky: Such a mouthful when #Rock Your Disability gets right to the point! And at the risk of taking it […]

2019 In Review: The Year’s “Jersey-est” Your HHRS News Stories

MAN OF THE YEAR: Kevin “Silent Bob” Smith, Red Bank. “I ate the way I wanted to for 47 years,” says the comedian and director behind Dogma and the Clerks movies. “(Now) I will try to eat way I’m supposed to.” Smith barely survived a “widowmaker” heart attack that inspired him to try his daughter’s […]

Featured Video: 2020 Special Olympics NJ Polar Plunges

2020 Polar Plunge Benefits for Special Olympics New Jersey Wildwood: January 11 · Online Donation Seaside Heights: February 22 · Online Donation For over 50 years, Special Olympics New Jersey (SONJ) provides year-round sports training, competition, leadership opportunities, and health screenings to more than 26,000 athletes. All of these programs and services are always completely […]