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sponsored by the amy foundation
Sunday , October 25
check in : 8:00 AM
walk : 9:00 AM
Proceeds help fund free mammogram screenings
at Saint Peter’s for women who do not have insurance. Visit amyfoundation.com
Breast health education
Wednesday, October 28
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Plainfield High School. Open to the public.
While it’s not cold yet, this rainy, windy fall weather sure inspires the taste buds to think about comfort foods such as chili. This protein-filled Tasty Thursday recipe is gluten-free, contains almost no fat but does contain a good amount of fiber. Enjoy this recipe which can be found in the Saint Peter’s Better Health Library on
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Cardiovascular disease is the world’s number one killer but much can be done to prevent, as well as manage, heart disease. Recognizing risks and adopting a healthier lifestyle – eating well, exercising and managing stress – are good first steps. Controlling risk factors is the key to preventing illness and death. Risk factors for coronary heart
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Happy Autumn! Here is a Tasty Thursday recipe that warms the autumn cool that’s been in the air this week. It’s a Mediterranean vegetarian recipe that includes zucchini, which is still in season. That means it is being grown in New Jersey farms through this month. Studies have shown the benefit of a Mediterranean diet
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To mark Child Passenger Safety Week, we provide a list of resources for parents. This month new state law took effect that, among other things, makes law what the American Academy on Pediatrics (AAP) had previously recommended – children should remain in rear-facing car seats until they are at least 2 years old or weigh
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Today’s Tasty Thursday is from the new Saint Peter’s Healthcare System Better Health Library. It features an often forgotten vegetable – brussels sprouts. At only 70 calories, it is good accompaniment to a healthy main dish of your choice. You can substitute the sprouts for broccoli, cabbage, kale, collards or turnips. Enjoy and don’t forget
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