A small number of local health departments and health care providers received initial shipments of nasal spray H1N1 flu vaccine today. Plans for the administration of the vaccine that arrived today and additional shipments that will continue to arrive are being finalized by providers.
The H1N1 nasal mist vaccine is only recommended for healthy people between the ages of 2 and 49 who are not pregnant. Continue reading New Jersey- Limited Initial Shipments of H1N1 Influenza Nasal Spray Arrive in State Today -Public Information Line Open-
New Jersey Company Doing Their Part to Help Bring Down Health Care Costs…
CAMBRIDGE MEDCOM ANNOUNCES EFFICIENT REMEDY FOR HEALTHCARE MARKETING
New Plan by Cambridge MedCom Will Save Marketing Costs and Create Effective Strategies for Medical, Dental Practices, Hospitals
Healthcare Marketing Communications firm Cambridge MedCom has the prescription for healthcare providers looking to cut marketing costs and improve the bottom line. According to Cambridge MedCom, using truly effective marketing tools can increase profits, cut costs, and allow healthcare providers to improve the quality of their services by reinvested otherwise wasted dollars into patient care.
Abe Kasbo, CEO of Verasoni Worldwide, the parent company of Cambridge MedCom estimates Continue reading THE MARKETING DOCTOR FOR DOCTORS: NJ Firm Helps Healtcare Providers Save Money To Help You
Mayor Jerramiah T. Healy, the Jersey City Office of Emergency Management (OEM), and the Jersey City Department of Senior Affairs have put in place various measures to help combat a heat wave that is expected to last through the weekend by setting up cooling stations throughout the city. Continue reading JERSEY CITY SETS UP COOLING STATIONS AND OPENS POOLS FOR RESIDENTS TO BEAT THE HEAT
The third anniversary of legislation that requires health care professionals who provide postnatal care to screen new mothers for postpartum depression recently occurred – making New Jersey still the only state in the nation to mandate this type of screening. The law was enacted a year after the launch of Speak Up When You’re Down, a campaign put in place by the New Jersey Department of Health and Senior Services (NJDHSS) for New Jersey mothers who were experiencing postpartum depression (PPD).
Continue reading For Three Years and Counting, New Jersey Encourages Mothers to Speak Up When They Are Down
By Sally DeeringJoey Pants’ award-winning documentary No Kidding, Me Too! sheds light on mental illnessWhen the cameras rolled, actor Joe Pantoliano dug deep into his dark side to portray characters whose personal demons drove them to commit violent, unthinkable acts. Pantoliano’s shocking performance as psychotic gangster Ralph Cifaretto on The Sopranos still resonates like a horrific dream, and his tour-de-force portrayal earned him a well-deserved Emmy Award.
On television and in films, Pantoliano never shied away from revealing his characters’ inner-demons, but when the cameras stopped rolling, the actor isolated himself, afraid that others might learn he was fighting a personal demon of his own – depression.
Continue reading Joe Pantoliano Fights His Demons On and Off the Screen
JERSEY CITY – Mayor Jerramiah T. Healy has announced that Hudson County and local public health and school officials have received notification that four residents of Jersey City have been confirmed positive for H1N1 Influenza virus.
Continue reading Jersey City Officials Notified of First Positive H1N1 Cases
For Christ Hospital Orthopedist
Jeffery Augustin, MD,
Ask a group of orthopedic surgeons what is the most common sports-related injury, and their responses will most likely be – injury to the ACL. Fortunately, for both the professional athlete and the weekend warrior alike, tremendous strides have been made recently in treating such an injury, and Jeffery Augustin, MD, a board-certified and fellow-trained orthopedic surgeon at
Hospital, is on the cutting edge.
According to Dr. Augustin, “ACL or the anterior cruciate ligament connects the upper leg bone or femur with the lower leg bone or tibia. An ACL injury occurs when the knee is straightened beyond its normal limits (hyperextended), twisted, or bent side to side. This may happen when changing direction rapidly, which commonly occurs in sports that require stop-and-go movements. An ACL injury may also occur after contact in a sport or in an accident.”
Continue reading July Health- ACL Repairs Are Easy as ABC
Oh my gosh…..
By Abhay Buranade
Domesticated animals are perilous in the form of Brucellosis. The prevention is exacting and treatment is cumbersome.
Brucellosis is an infectious disease that originates in animals and further attacks human beings. It is so named because the causative agent is a bacteria of the kind Brucella. It is usually seen to affect domestic animals like dogs, goats, cattle and pigs. The disease is omnipresent and generally widespread in developing nations. In the 19th century, it was called as Malta fever or Mediterranean fever. From the 20th century, it was referred to as undulant fever. The reason was that the fever falls and rises over some weeks in untreated patients.
> Continue reading HEALTH TODAY- Oh my Gosh, what is Brucellosis?