Health & Wellness

October 16, 2018

NUTLEY, NJ - Join TAPinto Nutley owner John Lee for an 'Off The Record' Nutley Farmers Market 'Walk and Talk' Sunday October 21. Prior to market opening, a group will gather at 8:15 a.m. in the Ciccolini Bld. Parking Lot before heading out on a three-mile loop through Nutley's acclaimed park ...

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TRENTON, NJ – Two bills designed to help ease healthcare delivery by allowing pharmacy interns and externs to administer vaccines and injectable medications while gaining, under supervision, critical hands-on training, advanced in the Assembly Monday. The combined bills (A-342, A-343) would ...

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NUTLEY, NJ- HOPE for Nutley is hosting a 'Let HOPE Light the Way' vigil Wednesday Oct 24 at John H. Walker Middle School at 6:30 p.m.  All residents are invited to join together in an hour of inspirational readings and music on the importance of mindfulness during stressful times. “Let HOPE ...

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NUTLEY, NJ – For the third consecutive year, TAPinto.net  is proud to be a sponsor of Nutley Relay For Life, the ongoing community initiative on behalf of the Parks and Recreation Department to raise awareness and funds to fight cancer. Relay For Life is the signature fundraiser for American ...

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NUTLEY, NJ - DPW has received complaints of brown water on the streets surrounding Lakeside, Cleveland and Wharton.  The contractor paving the streets may have opened a fire hydrant causing the brown water. All residents experiencing discolored water are asked to run their cold water for 10-15 ...

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NUTLEY, NJ - Nutley Thriving Survivors Annual Candlelight Celebration Walk takes place tonight in front of John H Walker Middle School.  Survivors, care givers, and supporters will gather in front on Franlin Ave in the spirit of love, remembrance, and support starting a 6 p.m.. Walk begins ...

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NEWARK, NJ - The New Jersey Department of Health said any person who was in Newark Liberty International Airport on Sept. 28, 2018, between 5:30 and 10:30 a.m. may have been exposed to measles. Someone flying from Tel Aviv in Israel had the highly contagious infection and arrived in Terminal B ...

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NUTLEY, NJ - Last winter, 80,000 people in the United States died from flu-related illnesses. The Nutley Health Department will host a vaccine clinic for senior citizens and adults over 18 on Thursday Oct.11 from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. The flu vaccines are free for people with Traditional Medicare ...

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WEST ORANGE, NJ — The annual Essex-Hudson-Union Walk to End Alzheimer’s doubled in size this year, as more than 1,000 people attended Saturday’s event, hosted by the Alzheimer’s Association Greater New Jersey chapter (AAGNJ) at West Orange’s South Mountain Recreation Clipper Pavilion, in support of ...

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MORRISTOWN, NJ – The Food Allergy Research & Education’s (FARE) Teal Pumpkin Project is geared toward making Halloween less trick and more treat for children with food allergies. FARE is the nation’s leading organization dedicated to food allergy research, education, advocacy and awareness ...

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WEST ORANGE, NJ - Testing conducted by Garden State Environmental has detected low levels of Legionella bacteria in the administration building and all but three schools in the West Orange school district, according to a release from the West Orange Board of Education. Remediation will take ...

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NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - Rutgers University has opened research center to study the treatment and service needs for people with autism spectrum disorders that will allow an advisory board of parents and advocates of the disability community to identify unmet needs. Based in New Brunswick, the New ...

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NUTLEY, NJ- You could feel the positive energy flowing down Franklin Avenue on Saturday afternoon as Nutley’s newest business, Good Vibes Vinyasa Yoga and Kombucha Bar, held a formal Grand Opening celebration.   The festivities at the modern studio included complimentary yoga classes, a live ...

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NEW YORK, N.Y. — Police horses and carriage horses were not the only equines in New York City on Sept. 15 — several riders on horses in western saddles took an extended tour of the Big Apple to raise awareness about suicide among veterans. BraveHearts, based in Illinois, took 10 veterans, a gold ...

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Woodbridge, NJ -  Assembly Speaker Craig Coughlin on Monday will announce a series of proposals to address food insecurity and tackle hunger in the state.  The Speaker will be joined by Anti-Poverty Network of New Jersey Executive Director Renee Wolf Koubiadis, Food Pantry Worker and Edison ...

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NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - It is not the easiest thing to get, and something the average person has never thought about, but scientists have found a medical value in, of all things, saliva from East Siberian brown bears. Scientists from Rutgers, working with others in the field, have used bacterium ...

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Susan G. Komen North Jersey to Present Free Women’s Wellness Expo in Wayne, NJ in Partnership with Passaic County Department of Health & Board of Chosen Freeholders All are welcome at this “women-focused” event with activities for the whole family! The mission of October’s perennial ...

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Many current and former patients have asked us this question. To help better answer these concerns, we hope this should provide some clarity. We will be covering similarities and differences between both practitioners. Some areas of practice will differ from state-to-state due to legal ...

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WAYNE, NJ –  The local North Jersey Affiliate of Susan G. Komen is launching a new “Women’s Wellness Expo” as an unofficial kickoff  to the annual National Breast Cancer Awareness Month in October.  The free expo will feature free health screenings, informative speakers and local resources so ...

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NUTLEY, NJ - The Nutley Health Department will host a vaccine clinic for senior citizens and adults over 18 on Thursday Sept. 27 from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. The flue vaccines are free for people with Traditional Medicare Part B. Residents who are uninsured or underinsured may also be eligible for the ...

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NUTLEY, NJ - Overnight there was a fire hydrant / water main break on Franklin Ave. There may be low pressure and water discoloration throughout the town. If you are experiencing discolored water, run your faucets 15-20 minutes or until the water runs clean TAPintoNutley.net is a member of ...

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NUTLEY, NJ - Good Vibes Yoga and Kombucha bar opened in Nutley Center in August continuing a trend of growth and revitalization in the Essex County community. Nutley resident Michael Giaimo started Good Vibes with the goal of strengthening minds, bodies, and the community.  Giaimo will host a ...

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THE NUTLEY HEALTH DEPARTMENT WILL CONDUCT A CLINIC FOR SENIOR CITIZENS AND INDIVIDUALS 18 YEARS OR OLDER THURSDAY – SEPTEMBER 27, 2018         9 – 12 NOON THURSDAY – OCTOBER 11, 2018             9 – 12 NOON Flu Shots are FREE for those with Traditional Medicare PART B |*uninsured & ...

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The New Jersey Office of Emergency Management is keeping a close eye on Hurricane Florence, which at 2 p.m. Friday, Sept. 7 was located about 1,200 miles southeast of Bermuda. The track remains uncertain but it is a reminder that it is still hurricane season. The risk of Florence impacting the ...

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CLIFTON, NJ-Physical therapists use Neurokinetic Therapy (NKT)  to find the root cause of a patient’s complaint. It is an application of Motor Control Theory, neuroscience, and functional anatomy (neurobiomechanics) developed by David Weinstock. This assessment technique helps determine faulty ...

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NEWARK, NJ —  A good portion of the summer has been plagued by soaring temperatures, high humidity and soaking rains — the perfect recipe for a dangerous mushroom season in the Garden State. So far, 45 mushroom exposure cases have been managed by tmedical experts at the New Jersey Poison Control ...

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BELMAR NJ — Some 7,500 people are expected to gather on Belmar’s Seventh Avenue beach on Sunday, September 9 for the 14th Annual Autism Beach Bash hosted by Autism Family Services of New Jersey. Billed as the largest gathering of its kind in New Jersey for individuals with autism spectrum ...

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NEW YORK, NY - The area around the grill isn't going to be the only hot place this Labor Day. The National Weather Service issued a heat advisory for much of North Jersey starting Monday at 12 noon and continuing to 9 p.m. Tuesday Aug. 4.  The heat index is expected to reach the mid to upper 90s ...

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FLORHAM PARK, N.J.- September is Suicide Prevention and Awareness Month. It is alsothe month Ricky Godoy passed away. Brother, son, cousin, creative visionary and disrupter, he shared his personal battle with mental illness and decided he wanted to #shatterthestigma. " My vision is to bring in to ...

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LITTLE FALLS, NJ - Local resident Nick Sauter has been a pillar of the community for countless years and has touched the lives of so many as a former vice principal, athletic director, teacher, football and track coach at Passaic Valley High School. As an active member of St. Agnes Episcopal ...

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