Tenafly–Join us for our latest Women’s Enrichment for Longevity and Life Symposium (WELL) to learn some helpful tools on how to overcome temptations to overeat and overindulge during the holidays, stock a healthy pantry, and prepare fabulous holiday menus that will be delicious, nutritious, and worthy of new
Postdoctoral Fellow at Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne
Bacterial infections remain a major threat to human and animal health. Worse still, the catalogue of useful antibiotics is shrinking as pathogens build up resistance to these drugs. There are few promising new drugs in the pipeline,
If you walk into MALO Health and Wellness Clinic in Rutherford, NJ, you may hear the sweet sound of music playing. But, it isn’t just any sweet music. It’s the sweet sound of music therapy, treating children (and adults) who struggle with ADHD, autism spectrum disorders, anxiety and mood disorders, learning difficulties,
Do kids really love going to the dentist? Most children tolerate having their bi-annual checkups and cleanings fairly well. But then the dentist says a few words that parents of anxious children fear: “Your child has a cavity.” Now is your child going to love the dentist? If your dentist uses a laser to treat the cavity- the answer is
In Partnership with the Alzheimer’s Association in Recognition of National Alzheimer’s Awareness Month
On Tuesday, November 18, 11:30 am-12:30 pm, the JCC will host a special presentation Communication: The Key to Understanding Behaviors, to help people in the
The Teaneck community invites you to a Night Out for Chesed 24/7, Saturday Night November 15 at 7:30 at Congregation Keter Torah, 600 Roemer Avenue, Teaneck, NJ. Calvary Hospital has generously sponsored the evening so every dollar raised will go directly to help patients and families. The event is ln Chaim Gavriel ben Aron Chanina Hakohen
“Do Amazing Things” was imprinted on the t-shirts–and that’s just what 2,500 people did Sunday, October 26, as they walked, Tweeted, Facebooked and Instagrammed their way through this year’s Livingston area Friendship Circle Walk.
From newborns in strollers to kids on their father’s
The day I was diagnosed with Anorexia both my parents were with me at the doctor’s office, sitting across from me. My parents were the ones involved in my treatment, the people who made sure I was eating each day when I was unable to do so on my own, my supporters and cheerleaders all along my journey. But they were not the only
The 10th Annual Yavneh Academy Benjamin Schwartz Memorial 5K Run and 1 Mile Fun Run/Walk will be held on Sunday, November 9, 2014 at the Garden State Plaza. The event, named for the brother of Yavneh parent Mendy Schwartz, provides a wonderful opportunity for the greater community to join the Yavneh Academy family in support of
Funny how food preferences (or aversions) seem to just be there. There are people who can eat pretty much anything (though there are probably some things they don’t eat). And there are people who eat only a very few things, and it’s probably been that way their whole life. Taste (sweet, sour, salty, bitter, etc.) preferences
In May I returned home from my Pesach in Florida to find a white rabbit on my lawn. There are multiple wild rabbits that populate my front and back lawn during the warmer months of the year, but I had never seen a pure white rabbit.
I panicked. I have a love for animals that grew after we first
In a previous article, I spoke about the universal need that all human beings have to connect with a love partner. We all have a wired-in need to receive and give love to the one we marry, to feel special in their eyes, to be wanted and desired by them.
When we first meet and begin our lives together, we