Tuesday, August 14, 2018

Health Link

Sleep: A Key Ingredient to Happy, Healthy and Productive Lives

One of the most common complaints that I hear from clients in therapy is that they have trouble sleeping. This can be for a wide variety of reasons, but regardless of the cause, poor sleep can cause a host of other problems such as irritability, trouble concentrating, anxiety, depression and low energy and motivation among many

Tips for Busy Women to Take Charge of Their Health

(BPT) If you’re an American woman today, chances are your busy lifestyle is preventing you from seeking out the regular check-ups and screenings so important to maintaining your health. And that’s true regardless of your economic status or whether you live in a rural, urban or suburban area.

Lose Weight and Improve Your Health With Bioidentical Hormones for Women

During menopause, women gain an average of 10 to 15 pounds. The reason for this weight gain is the loss of estrogen and progesterone that occurs with menopause. These hormones play an important role in metabolism. The good news is that with bioidentical hormone replacement women lose an average of 10 to 15 pounds to offset the weight gain

Hudson Regional Hospital Has Summer Fun Festival

(Courtesy of HRH) Hudson Regional Hospital is hosting a Summer Fun Festival, and you’re invited! Summer is in full swing here in northern New Jersey, and with it comes the sun, fun and festivals. Hudson Regional’s affair promises to be a day of excitement that you won’t want to miss.

Are We Winning the War on Cancer? What to Know

(StatePoint) New cancer cases and deaths are both predicted to rise over the next two decades, according to the latest World Cancer Report. Despite billions of dollars of investment in research, survival gains for the most common forms of cancer are still measured in additional months of life, not years.

President of Israel Honors PUAH For Contributions to Society

(Courtesy of Puah) Puah is made up of people whose lives are dedicated to helping the public understand that chesed is its own reward. Still, every now and then, it’s nice to be acknowledged for your hard work and devotion.

It’s especially nice when that

Hudson Regional Hospital First Hospital to Use Mazor Renaissance in Northern NJ

(Courtesy of HRH) Hudson Regional Hospital and The Center for Musculoskeletal Disorders have announced a partnership in using the Mazor Renaissance system to perform robotic spinal surgeries. Furthermore, Hudson Regional Hospital is one of the first hospitals in Northern New Jersey where this innovative technology has been used to

Summer Skincare Tips

Summer is a popular time for family vacations and road trips. People also spend more time outdoors participating in sports, playing with their kids in the park or just enjoying a barbecue in the backyard. Here are some tips so you can keep your skin healthy all summer long.

1. Practice sun safety habits

a. Apply

Change in Ownership at Hudson Regional Hospital Brings New Mission to NJ Communities

(Courtesy of Hudson Regional Hospital) Under the new ownership of Yan Moshe, Hudson Regional Hospital proudly announces several developments that build towards its promise of providing high-quality, trustworthy and affordable healthcare services to the residents of Northern New Jersey.

The Next Steps Toward Recovery

Substance-use disorders are prevalent and rising in the United States. According to the Center for Behavioral Health Statistics and Quality, nearly 21.5 million people across the United States suffer from abuse or dependence to substances such as alcohol, drugs and prescription opioids. Indeed, we continuously hear substance-abuse

Tips From an Emergency Room Doctor

Barbara Schreibman, MD, FACEP, associate chief of emergency medicine and medical director of EMS, has been an ER doctor at Englewood Hospital and Medical Center for over 25 years. Here she offers tips and insights into emergency medicine.

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“Thank you for coming. You are the first person to sit and speak with me all day,” he said.

Abe, an unaffiliated Jewish 68-year-old man, was admitted to the hospital for severe abdominal pain whose source was still undetermined (though it seemed very probable that it was cancer), in addition