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Trinitas Participates in Ground-Breaking Study-Can Weight Loss Actually Prevent Cancer from Returning?

November 15, 2017

ELIZABETH, NJ—If you know anyone who is overweight and has been diagnosed with stage two or three breast cancer, a new study being undertaken at Trinitas Regional Medical Center could provide important answers about weight loss and how it relates to the disease.

Trinitas is participating in a potentially ground-breaking study that looks at the impact of weight loss on breast cancer ...

Law Enforcement, Schools, and Local NonProfits Join with Families in a Forum to Discuss Opioid Abuse

ROSELLE, NJ - “Confronting a Crisis” - a public forum on the ongoing opioid and heroin abuse epidemic will be hosted by the Union County Prosecutor’s Office, Roselle Catholic High School, Roselle Police, and the Roselle-based substance abuse prevention nonprofit Prevention Links. 

The event is scheduled to take place at 7 p.m. on Thursday, November 16, at Roselle ...

Trinitas Regional Medical Center Seeks Level II Trauma Center Designation

ELIZABETH, N.J. - Trinitas Regional Medical Center is seeking formal Level II Trauma Center designation in response to the first official trauma call by the New Jersey Department of Health (DOH) in nearly 20 years.  The Medical Center will submit its application to the DOH this week.

According to Gary S. Horan, FACHE, Trinitas President & CEO, the state of New Jersey has an excellent ...

Roselle Goes Big - Health Fair Continues on to Chestnut Street

ROSELLE, NJ - The Roselle Health Fair was expanded onto Chestnut Street in front of borough hall this past Saturday. With so many vendors and groups this year, it was just too big to be held only in the borough chambers. It also borough attention from nearby towns as Linden Mayor Derek Armstead and Roselle Park Mayor Carl Hokanson was seen checking out the many services being ...

Do You Know What to Look for in Your Teens Room? See What You Don’t Know, It May Just Save Your Childs Life

ROSELLE, NJ - Are your teen's drug and alcohol-free? Some parents may say, “Oh no, not my child”, but do you know the signs? Do you know what to look for in your teen's room? 

Parents and even Grand Parents in Roselle showed up to see for themselves on Thursday evening how drug savvy they really are, as the experts set up a real live bedroom in the Abraham Clark ...

Upcoming Events for Roselle-Roselle Park Rotary

ROSELLE/ROSELLE PARK, NJ - The Roselle-Roselle Park Rotary will be holding two upcoming events featuring a Health Fair and Pancake Breakfast.

The first event takes places at Roselle Borough Hall where the Rotary will be co-sponsoring a health fair on Saturday, October 21, from  9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. A variety of health professionals will be on hand for ...

The Roselle Community Takes to the Streets to Knock Out Opioid Abuse

ROSELLE, NJ - Members of the Roselle Everett Hatcher Prevention Coalition, Mayor Christine Dansereau, Roselle Police, School Representatives, and other community supporters, organized and took to the streets on Friday afternoon to raise awareness about the opioid epidemic impacting our state and our community on the second annual “Knock Out Opioid Abuse Day.”

In its second year, ...

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Girls on the Run to celebrate their limitless potential at Florham Park PBA Turkey Trot on November 18

November 17, 2017

FLORHAM PARK, N.J - Nearly 600 girls who are participating in Girls on the Run and Heart & Sole programs this fall at schools and parks across Essex, Morris, and Union Counties will run in the Florham Park PBA Turkey Trot 5K on Saturday, November 18. The 5K run starts at 10AM and will take place at the Holy Family Church, 1 Lloyd Avenue, Florham Park.

During the 10-week fall ...