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Don't Stay Still This Winter: Ways to Stay Active in the City

It's no fun spending time outside in the dead of winter. But you can still stay active. Learn more about tips for indoor exercise with Short Hills, New Jersey, physical...

Healthy Eating Tips for Your Next Holiday Party

With the holidays approaching, it's important to help nurture your health and wellness with healthy holiday eating. Learn more about healthy holiday eating tips with Morristown, New Jersey, nutritionist Roger...

Back-to-School Health: ABCs for Parents

School is back in session, and it's more important than ever to ensure your child is safe. Learn these crucial back-to-school safety tips to keep your child safe and healthy.

Understanding Your Well-Being Screening: What Questions Doctors Ask Those Over the Age of 65 and Why

Americans live longer today than ever before. More than one in every seven adults in the U.S. is 65 or older—and the average person can now expect to celebrate their...

Spring is Coming! Get Back into Your Workout Routine with Expert Tips

As the weather warms up and the sun sets later, you might be thinking about resuming a workout routine that fell by the wayside in winter.

The Connection Between Brain and Heart Health

With aging comes increasing concern about brain conditions such as dementia, Alzheimer's disease, and stroke risk.

Why Dry January Has Its Drawbacks

You’ve probably heard someone talk about Dry January or going alcohol-free for one month.

Handwashing Tips for Children

Summit Health pediatrician Dr. Johanna Kaufman reminds parents that handwashing can become a lifelong habit if you start teaching it at an early age.

Is it a Heart Attack or a Panic Attack? How to Spot the Difference.

A man in his fifties clutches his chest and collapses. This classic heart attack presentation may be common in the movies, but in real life the signs are not always...

Women in the ‘Sandwich Generation’

More than one in 10 U.S. parents are also caring for an adult parent or relative, according to data from the Pew Research Center.

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