When William O'Donnell of South River was diagnosed with prostate cancer he chose Cyberknife treatments at Saint Peter's University Hospital. This once radio personality is now cancer free and back to his every day routine thanks to Cyberknife at Saint Peter's. Learn More »
Now you can share news of the birth of your baby – or babies if you have had more than one – at Saint Peter’s University Hospital with thousands of people.Learn More »
Meet Drs. Welshinger and Worley, Saint Peter's new gynecologic oncologists featured n the October Community Calendar. Both doctors are part of the Saint Peter's Physician Associates network of physicians. Learn More »
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November is National Caregiver Month. Caring for an older, ill or disabled person can be challenging. Daily and long term tasks can seem overwhelming. As with other things in life, staying organized can help alleviate some of the stress. So can seeking out the help of others. After learning about the disease, condition or illness
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Few things bring people together like food, especially during the holidays when meals are often shared. But if you aren’t careful, this time of the year can sabotage your healthy eating habits. With everyone serving extra helpings of your favorite comfort foods and desserts plentiful, planning what you eat and how much of it you
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Have you tried kale yet? If you’re looking for a something new to try for Thanksgiving, you might consider a dish featuring kale which boosts the nutritional value of any meal. From juicing to salads, it has officially become a popular superfood. The following recipe, from our partners at the American Diabetes Association (ADA), is
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Today is the Great American Smokeout and because November is Lung Cancer Awareness Month, we’d like to provide answers to your most frequently asked questions about the disease. What are the risk factors for lung cancer? Cigarette smoking is the number one risk factor. In the United States, 90 percent of lung cancers are linked
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Breathing is essential to life and your lungs, a very important part of your respiratory system, makes this possible. Their charge is to collect oxygen from the air you breathe and deliver it to your bloodstream. The heart then pumps the blood to the rest of the body. If your respiratory system is not working well,
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