How Can I Help My Child Develop Healthy Self Esteem?

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By Brianna Siciliano As children grow older, they become more and more observant. They listen to what other people around them––especially their peers––have to say. Kids pick up on all sorts of actions, beliefs, knowledge, and images, and unfortunately, sometimes these are not positive. How children feel about themselves can depend on many factors, including … Continued

11 Natural Ways To Get Rid Of Dandruff

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By: Krusha Vaiyda 1. ASPIRIN Keep flaking in check by crushing two aspirins to a fine powder and adding it to the normal amount of shampoo you use each time you wash your hair. Leave the mixture on your hair for 1-2 minutes, then rinse well and wash again with plain shampoo. 2. TEA TREE … Continued

Inside Gunther Publications: Meet Cami Gunther, Owner

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You may have read a great issue of The Family Times while looking for exciting new events to take the kids, or read an interesting health article written by a medical professional in Princeton’s Ask the Doctor. If these publications sound familiar to you, then you already know a bit about Gunther Publications! With four … Continued

Do’s and Don’ts of Dry Shampoo

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By Aleena McIlvaine Instead of throwing your hair in a bun or putting on an ever popular “dad hat” when you’re having a bad hair day, simply spritz a bit of dry shampoo throughout your roots, give it a little tousle, and be on with the rest of your day feeling confident. When it comes … Continued

Princeton Welcomes Santé Integrative Pharmacy

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  By: Susan Heckler Just a few months old, Santé Integrative Pharmacy is a full-service prescription & compounding pharmacy, which offers traditional & natural healthy living solutions. As with much of the health care industry, complementary medicine is being blended with traditional medicine with wonderful outcomes. This is the concept behind Santé Integrative Pharmacy at … Continued

Asbury Park Back to its Glory Days

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By: Pam Teel     Asbury Park has certainly gone through its ups and downs over the decades. Once a popular tourist resort, it seemed to have fallen into hard times. By the 1980’s its status as a popular resort faded. Who can remember getting a ride on the large vintage carousel on the boardwalk? … Continued

Aspiring Performer Making Her Way Through College

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By: Pam Teel Lexi Balzachino, from Millstone Township, is an aspiring performer. She’s been dancing since she was 2 years old, starting with performing every style of competition dancing. When she was 8 years old, she began training to become a professional ballerina at Princeton Dance and eatre. She then started voice lessons in town. When … Continued

Can You Trust Food Labels?

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By Susan Heckler      Some food and vitamin labels are not just ambiguous, but pointblank wrong. Did you know The Food and Drug Administration allows an inconsistency of 20 percent nonconformity of the true ingredient amount? What’s worse is no one is even checking whether or not it’s even true. The FDA uses an … Continued

Meet Your Neighbor

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By Pam Teel Patricia (Pat) Butch has done a lot for the Millstone Community in her quest to save historic homes, and preserve Green Acres farmland, in both this town and throughout the County of Monmouth. With her skill in grant writing, she has procured the necessary money needed to help restore historic properties throughout … Continued

The Science of Hands on Learning 

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By Pam Teel “Science class has come a long way since I was in elementary school,” one of the mothers of Ms. Topinka’s students stated. “I just remember reading a chapter, hearing the teacher’s monotone voice discussing the chapter, taking a test, and having a tough time staying awake in class all year.” I guess … Continued