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Addiction Red Flags: How to Spot Them and What to Do
What are the red flags that you might be struggling with an addiction?Experts with Hackensack Meridian Health weigh in.
How to Act Quickly if You Suspect You or a Loved One Are Having a Stroke
Every minute counts if you or a loved one are experiencing a stroke. That's why, during National Stroke Month, RWJBarnabas Health is sharing the warning signs.
Ways to Help When a Child is in the Hospital
Hackensack Meridian Children���s Health experts offer tips for friends and loved ones on how they can help when a child is in the hospital..
5 Important Reasons to Become an Organ & Tissue Donor Today
Registering as an organ and tissue donor takes less than a minute, and there are several easy ways to do it. Our friends at RWJBarnabas Health are raising awareness about organ and tissue donation this month in honor of National Donate Life Month...
8 Common Cancers in Young Adults
The thought of a cancer diagnosis in the prime of life isn’t a welcome one. Fortunately, cancer diagnoses among young adults are not common. According to the National Cancer Institute, about 89,000 people between the ages 15 to 39 are diagnosed annually with cancer in the U.S—only abo...
What You Need to Know About Colorectal Cancer Screening
Learn about risk factors, screening options, and the importance of early detection.
RWJBarnabas Health’s Top 5 Heart Health Tips
RWJBarnabas Health has the top cardiovascular specialists and innovative treatments, but they're also sharing ways you can keep your heart strong yourself.
Can an Impact Cause Cardiac Arrest?
A Hackensack Meridian Health interventional cardiologist discusses Buffalo Bills’ Damar Hamlin's injury and ways to stay safe while playing contact sports.
Increase Your Steps to Decrease Dementia Risk
Analyzing the activity habits of more than 78,000 adults, researchers found that getting 9,800 steps daily decreased the risk of dementia.
6 Nutrition Tips For People with Cancer
Roshani Patel, M.D., medical director for breast surgery at Jersey Shore University Medical Center, wants to make it easier for cancer patients to eat well.