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The ABCs of skincare: How to head back-to-school with confidence and clear skin

The ABCs of skincare: How to head back-to-school with confidence and clear skin

The summer sun might still be hot, but it’s time to hit the books and go back-to-school. Teenagers do many things to make sure they go to the classroom with…

3 signs you might have shift work disorder

3 signs you might have shift work disorder

Do you work shifts and find yourself feeling excessively sleepy at work? With approximately 15 million Americans working outside of a traditional nine-to-five schedule, understanding the impact of working shifts is…

Need help paying for your medicines? PatientAssistanceNow.com can help

Need help paying for your medicines? PatientAssistanceNow.com can help

If you are interested in learning more about programs that may be able to help you pay for your medicines— or about Health Insurance Marketplaces and how to enroll in…

Making the most of your advanced breast cancer treatment conversations

Making the most of your advanced breast cancer treatment conversations

The average doctor’s visit lasts around 15 minutes1, so every minute counts. Imagine being one of the approximately 150,000 people in the United States living with advanced breast cancer, -­locally…

Combating next spring’s grass allergies: Why now is the time for action

Combating next spring’s grass allergies: Why now is the time for action

Many people are surprised to learn that grass allergies are the most common seasonal allergy in the United States[i], [ii]and that most people are allergic to more than one type…

BVMI’s Sixth Anniversary Gala a Rousing Success

BVMI’s Sixth Anniversary Gala a Rousing Success

Guests were wowed by the venue, the volunteerism and vast array of auction items at BVMI’s Sixth Anniversary Gala at The Shops at Riverside in Hackensack. An entire corridor of…

Redefining good days while living with breast cancer

Redefining good days while living with breast cancer

When facing bad news — like something as serious as a cancer diagnosis — it can be difficult to imagine that any day of the coming journey would be “good.”…

Hoarding on the rise: How to spot warning signs

Hoarding on the rise: How to spot warning signs

Think of that family member or friend whose home is nearly clogged with clutter; how do you describe them? How do you address the situation? The terms you use and…

Top 10 head health hacks for back-to-school

Top 10 head health hacks for back-to-school

Parents just LOVE back-to-school time – that is, once the kids are actually on the bus, and we can all breathe a sigh of relief. But getting the kids ready…

Did You Know Up to One-Half of All Women Over 50 Will Have a Fracture Due to Osteoporosis? This Month, Talk to the Women in Your Life about Their Risk for Fracture.

Did You Know Up to One-Half of All Women Over 50 Will Have a Fracture Due to Osteoporosis? This Month, Talk to the Women in Your Life about Their Risk for Fracture.

Excessive bone density loss can lead to a condition called osteoporosis, which significantly increases a person’s risk for fracture. Women specifically can lose up to 20 percent of their bone…