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 […]

Belleville: Residents Urged To Sign Up for Water Filters if They Receive Water from Newark

Source: RLS Media; FiltersForBelleville.org Belleville NJ mayor Michael Melham has secured funding earmarked to purchase a limited amount of water filters for residents. While the Township is under no federal or state mandate to distribute filters, they will be provided to residents based on priority strictly out of an abundance of caution. Melham said that […]

How Gum Disease can affect your Health and entire Well-Being

Source: CentralJersey.com Gum disease, something that a large percentage of Americans suffer from, is far more dangerous that people often think. Porphyromonas (P.) gingivalis has been referred to as a “guerilla” agent, able to invade a person’s cells, and prevent immune responses. Luckily there are good ways to prevent P. gingivalis from wreaking havoc in […]