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8
Jun

Wound Care Awareness – Meet Raritan Bay’s new wound healing specialist Dr. Cynthia Vuittonet.

Meet Raritan Bay’s new wound healing specialist Dr. Cynthia Vuittonet.

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6
Jun

Raritan Bay Medical Center Foundation Raises Nearly $150k for Emergency Department Expansion

Hackensack Meridian HealthRaritan Bay Medical Center Foundation welcomed more than 200 guests to its first ever Reception, the foundation’s new signature fund raising event, May 11 at the Grand Marquis in Old Bridge, N.J. Nearly $150,000 was raised during the evening. The event committee was led by co-chairs Stacey Citron, Stacey Hernandez, and Jessica Smith. […]

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5
Jun

Healthwise: The Egg: egg-cellent or egg-void?

Institute for Weight Loss at Raritan Bay Old Bridge registered dietitian Jennifer Seleem discusses the nutritional value of eggs and its healthy and unhealthy components. The article promotes the Institute’s free weight loss seminars. (This article was also featured in The Courier News.) READ FULL ARTICLE ON MYCENTRALJERSEY.COM

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4
Jun

Becoming Happier and Healthier with Gratitude

According to the English Oxford dictionary, gratitude is “the quality of being thankful…readiness to show appreciation for and to return kindness.” Gratitude is appreciating what you have and recognizing the simple pleasures of life…things we often take for granted.  Gratitude is a powerful force that can make us happier and healthier. Many studies, including those […]

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4
Jun

The Egg: Egg-cellent or Egg-void?

One of the most controversial foods in our diets are eggs.  The audience is split; some think eggs should be avoided and some believe eggs are super healthy, but what do the facts say? In celebration of Egg Day on June 3, it is time to understand the truth about eggs once and for all. […]

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4
Jun

Lyme Disease Rising in N.J., Protect Yourself and Your Family

Data released recently by the New Jersey Department of Health shows Lyme disease levels last year reached their highest point in almost 20 years.  Lyme disease, caused by the bacterium B. burgdorferi, is transmitted by biting deer ticks. This type of tick is widespread in N.J and are quite small and can be difficult to see. […]

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1
Jun

Eat Your Way to Good Health

Medical Director of Raritan Bay Medical Center’s Integrative Health & Medicine program, Nina Regevik, M.D., discusses the concept of food and its preparation as preventive medicine and treatment for disease. Dr. Regevik also announces the start of the 2018 season for Raritan Bay’s Learning Garden and mentions the benefits of home, organic container gardens. READ […]

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30
May

Lyme Disease Rising in N.J., Protect Yourself and Your Family

Data recently released by the New Jersey Department of Health shows Lyme Disease levels last year reached their highest point in almost 20 years. Lyme Disease, caused by the bacterium B. burgdorferi, is transmitted by biting deer ticks. This type of tick is widespread in N.J. and is quite small and can be difficult to […]

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25
May

Berra Museum Celebrates Yogi’s Birthday with RBMC

In honor of what would have been Yogi Berra’s 93rd birthday on May 12, the Yogi Berra Museum & Learning Center donated Yogi Berra baby hats, along with free museum memberships for the families of infants born within a week of Yogi’s birthday at Hackensack Meridian Health hospitals, including Raritan Bay Medical Center-Perth Amboy. READ […]

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22
May

Heartbeats: Nursing program celebrates 10th anniversary

The joint Middlesex County College-Raritan Bay Medical Center nursing program celebrated its 10th anniversary as the class of 2018 received their pins at a ceremony at the Pines Manor in Edison. They are now eligible to take the national licensing examination to become Registered Nurses. Read full article on mycentraljersey.com.

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