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Learn the Basics: Lennox-Gastaut Syndrome (LGS) 101

This post is sponsored by Eisai, Inc. Finding out your loved one has epilepsy is something most people never imagine. Knowing what to do next is what matters and that’s…

Learn the Basics: Lennox-Gastaut Syndrome (LGS) 101

This post is sponsored by Eisai, Inc. Finding out your loved one has epilepsy is something most people never imagine. Knowing what to do next is what matters and that’s…

Disability insurance: why what you don’t know can hurt you

Few people expect to become disabled and unable to work, even though 2013 Social Security Administration statistics show a 20-year old worker has a 30 percent chance of becoming disabled…

5 must-have accessories for looking and feeling great this summer

5 must-have accessories for looking and feeling great this summer

While you’re frolicking through summer fun, are you thinking about your health? Looking good is most satisfying when you’re also feeling your best. It’s easy to look great and protect…

Why experts recommend skin-to-skin contact for infants

Why experts recommend skin-to-skin contact for infants

If your family is expecting a child in the near future, there is a good chance you’ve been actively reading about all the latest in care techniques and methods for…

Under pressure: How to manage stress before it affects your health

Under pressure: How to manage stress before it affects your health

Stress: it makes your heart race, your head pound and your stomach churn. While a little stress can be a good thing and help motivate us when needed, too much…

4th Annual Susan Zabransky Hughes Memorial Run

4th Annual Susan Zabransky Hughes Memorial Run

On April 25, under bright, sunny skies, the 4th Annual Susan Zabransky Hughes Memorial Run was held in memory of the Saddle River resident who lost her battle with cervical…

Diabetes management tips: Friends can be a big part of managing your diabetes

Did you know that more than 65 million people in the United States provide care for a chronically ill, disabled, or aged family member or friend during any given year?1…

7 mind-blowing ways smart hearing aids can change your life

7 mind-blowing ways smart hearing aids can change your life

Smart devices are everywhere today. From phones and watches to appliances and even toothbrushes, smart devices are easy and intuitive to use, anticipate your needs and desires, are interactive, and…

Avoid an accident with poison prevention at home

Avoid an accident with poison prevention at home

Nearly 1 million children under the age of 5 are exposed to potentially poisonous medications and household chemicals every year, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. And…