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Read the Fall 2015 Issue Today
sponsored by the amy foundation
Sunday , October 25
check in : 8:00 AM
walk : 9:00 AM
Proceeds help fund free mammogram screenings
at Saint Peter’s for women who do not have insurance. Visit amyfoundation.com
Breast health education
Wednesday, October 28
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Plainfield High School. Open to the public.
A woman’s lifetime risk for developing breast cancer is 1 out of 8. Women who are 40 or older should have a routine screening mammogram every year in addition to an annual clinical breast exam by a doctor or nurse. Women who have a family history or genetic tendency for breast cancer may start the
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With this recipe from the Saint Peter’s Better Health Library you can create a satisfying, spicy Tasty Thursday meal stuffed into a pepper in the color of your choice. Peppers are a good source of vitamin C, and so are the mangoes you’ll use to create the sauce. Also a good source of C, the juicy
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While it’s not cold yet, this rainy, windy fall weather sure inspires the taste buds to think about comfort foods such as chili. This protein-filled Tasty Thursday recipe is gluten-free, contains almost no fat but does contain a good amount of fiber. Enjoy this recipe which can be found in the Saint Peter’s Better Health Library on
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Cardiovascular disease is the world’s number one killer but much can be done to prevent, as well as manage, heart disease. Recognizing risks and adopting a healthier lifestyle – eating well, exercising and managing stress – are good first steps. Controlling risk factors is the key to preventing illness and death. Risk factors for coronary heart
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Happy Autumn! Here is a Tasty Thursday recipe that warms the autumn cool that’s been in the air this week. It’s a Mediterranean vegetarian recipe that includes zucchini, which is still in season. That means it is being grown in New Jersey farms through this month. Studies have shown the benefit of a Mediterranean diet
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