How to Save for College

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Anyone who’s ever been to a toddler’s first birthday can relate to a few common themes… a clown or superhero, crying babies (especially if Mom and Dad picked the clown), a Smash Cake, and someone offering up a college fund. This gift from Grandma or your Brother-In-Law that works at the bank might be the … Continued

Do you have the right Automobile Insurance?

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By, John Bazzarro In my day-to-day practice, I generally see two or three new clients per week that have been involved in automobile accidents. Unfortunately, about 90% of these people carry a policy of automobile insurance that does not allow them to sue for personal injury resulting from a motor vehicle accident. The purpose of … Continued

Punitha Shivaprasad, DO

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Premier Gastroenterology of Princeton Personal attention is the hallmark of Dr. Punitha Shivaprasad’s practice at Premier Gastroenterology of Princeton. She graduated from the University of New England College of Osteopathic Medicine followed by Internal Medicine Residency and fellowship in Gastroenterology at Cooper University Hospital and an additional fellowship at Georgetown University Hospital, Washington, D.C. Premier … Continued

Atlantic NeuroSurgical Specialists (ANS)

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Dr. Pinakin R. Jethwa is a native of Wayne, NJ. He received his Doctorate in Medicine from Rutgers New Jersey Medical School (formerly UMDNJ) in Newark, NJ following an undergraduate degree in Bioengineering at The University of Pennsylvania, graduating Magna Cum Laude. Dr. Jethwa is one of the nation’s most innovative vascular, dual-trained neurosurgeons. This … Continued

Dr. Tatyana Ponti, MD

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Dr. Tatyana Ponti has been practicing medicine for over 20 years. She graduated summa cum laude from medical school at the age of only 23. She takes a proactive approach in her work utilizing the best of modern diagnostics and technology but always adhering to her philosophy that: “A doctor’s most important tool, in the … Continued

Dr. Maxim Sulla, DDS

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Tender Smiles 4 Kids Dr. Sulla received his DDS degree from the prestigious NYU College of Dentistry. He then continued onto a 2-year additional education and hospital training at Rutgers (formerly UMDNJ) University and received his specialty certificate in Pediatric Dentistry. Dr. Sulla is the immediate past president of the NJ Academy of Pediatric Dentistry … Continued

DIY Bug Repellants

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By, Lauren Kolacki Unfortunately, no matter how much you scrub and clean, bugs around the house are inevitable. With pets and small children, you might be reluctant to spray harmful pesticides all over. We have compiled a list of easy and effective DIY bug repellants that are safe to use around your family and pets. … Continued

Keeping your Home Electrically Safe

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By, Lauren Kolacki According to the National Fire Protection Association, 47,700 home fires in the U.S. are caused by electrical failures or malfunctions each year. These fires result in 418 deaths, 1,570 injuries, and $1.4 billion in property damage. Overloaded electrical circuits are a major cause of residential fires. Help lower your risk of electrical … Continued

It’s Easy Being Green

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By, Alexandra Tringali Avocados are quickly becoming a staple ingredient in American households. They’re loaded with vitamins and nutrients, and their creamy, yet mild flavor allows them to be the perfect addition to almost any recipe, whether it’s brownies, shakes, on toast, or even on their own, with a sprinkle of salt and pepper. However, … Continued

How To Avoid Spreading Germs Within Your Home

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It takes just one cold or flu germ inside your home before the entire family could begin coughing, sneezing, and feeling miserable. There are simple ways to stop the spread of common germs at home. Try these tips and keep your family healthy. 1. Take off your shoes at the door. The soles of your … Continued