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An emergency is not planned, but anticipating what you’ll need to know during one can help you cope with the stress you may experience.
A lot of research is being conducted to try to answer this question. In a minority of individuals, autism is a sign of an underlying genetic condition. However, in most cases the cause is unknown.
It is best to be aware of the conditions that require a trip an Emergency Department and to find out whether your local hospital has a specialized pediatric emergency department.
The spring holidays are upon us again and we want to enjoy holiday meals with the guilt.
Free cholesterol screenings will be available 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. on Saturday, March 23, at North Brunswick High School. The screenings are part of “Diabetes: From Head to Toe,” conference.
Be on the lookout for symptoms of Alzheimer's. Saint Peter's Adult Day Center presents Supporting Family Members with Dementia - on March 12. Presenter: Teepa Snow, occupational therapist.
Anticoagulants are prescribed to prevent blood clots from forming within the body. Certain medical conditions or a history of medical conditions require patients to be on blood thinners.
When it falls in truckloads snow can create real problems, including hazards to your health, especially when trying to remove it all.
Getting vaccinated is important because the flu is a highly contagious disease. The vaccine protects against the three viruses research indicates will cause the most illness during the flu season.
A new superbug, a strain of the norovirus that strikes at this time of the year, is making people literally sick to their stomachs.
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