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Giving back to family caregivers: Tips to help those who sacrifice for others

Giving back to family caregivers: Tips to help those who sacrifice for others

No one knows exactly what life will bring, but we all know that there will be joys and there will be challenges. Sometimes, life gives you a combination – as millions…

Decluttering advice for those drowning in digital chaos

Decluttering advice for those drowning in digital chaos

Smartphones, tablets, desktops, laptops, e-readers and music players – most of us have more than one digital device in our lives. Juggling so many devices and trying to sync data…

Boarding your four-legged family member

Boarding your four-legged family member

Whether traveling for business or fun, it’s not always practical to take along a four-legged family member. Arranging care of a beloved pet for an extended absence can be daunting.…

Roof maintenance tips for every season

Roof maintenance tips for every season

From intense heat to extreme snow, your roof protects your house from the elements all year long. When is the last time you checked to make sure your roof was…

Why a normal Pap test may not mean you are cancer-free

Why a normal Pap test may not mean you are cancer-free

Many women know that getting a Pap test regularly from their health care provider is a good way to check for signs of cervical cancer, the second most common cancer…

Quinn Becomes Eagle Scout

Quinn Becomes Eagle Scout

  Life Scout Nick Quinn of Maywood Troop 1200 completed his Eagle Scout project on June 1 by planting a garden at Our Lady Queen of Peace Church Parish Center in…

Eastwick Students Help Seniors

Eastwick Students Help Seniors

       Eastwick College students studying to become medical assistants and licensed practical nurses recently hosted a health fair for members of the Americas Unidas Multicultural Senior Center in Hackensack. …

Paramus Tree Request Granted

Paramus Tree Request Granted

        Jerad McElroy, a first grader in Christine Chiaramonte’s class at Ridge Ranch School of Paramus, recently wrote a persuasive letter to Mayor Richard LaBarbiera asking him to plant…

Four ways to drought-proof your yard

Four ways to drought-proof your yard

The past few years have not been kind to lawns and gardens across the country. The summer of 2012 brought severe drought to much of the Midwest and a good…

Why going gluten-free doesn’t mean going grain-free

Why going gluten-free doesn’t mean going grain-free

It’s impossible to stroll the aisles in your local supermarket without seeing package after package labeled “gluten-free.” But who really needs a gluten-free diet, and how can you still enjoy…