Ways to Stop Judging Yourself as a Caregiver

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By: Nazli MohideenGenerally speaking, there are two types of caregivers: family and professional. Despite the name, family caregivers are not always blood-related. Sometimes, they are relatives, neighbors, or friends who look after someone usually due to disease or disability. Professional caregivers, on the other hand, are people who care for others in nursing homes or … Continued

Does the Weather Affect Arthritis?

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By, Surabhi Ashok Does weather really affect arthritis or is it just a claim that people make? Before we can answer that, we have to understand what arthritis actually is. Arthritis describes the condition when people, mostly elderly, experience pain and stiffness due to the inflammation of their joints. It mainly affects the joints in … Continued

Paying it Forward

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By Pam Teel Real Estate agent Heather Smith loves her job. She’s been at it for over twenty-five years, in Palm Beach County, Florida. What separates her from other agents is that she used to run a title company, giving her a real estate/title background that most other realtors don’t have. Heather loves to work … Continued

The History of Cheerleading

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By: Nazli Mohideen While athletes participate in all types of cheerleading such as All-Star, Professional, and Recreational, the root of the sport traces back to this very state. There was a college football game between Rutgers Universi- ty and Princeton University in the year 1884. At first, the word “cheerleader” was used to describe the … Continued

The Scandinavian Sleep Method

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As much as you love your partner, sometimes it’s not always smooth sailing when it comes to a good night’s sleep. If their presence in your bed is causing you to lose sleep, whether it be constant snoring, constant movement, or other unconscious inflictions, sometimes sleep disruption leads couples to get a sleep divorce sending … Continued

Get To Know Our Intern: Nazli Mohideen

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Nazli Mohideen has been an intern for The Millstone Times for a year. She recently graduated from Monroe Township High School where she was a Staff Writer and Senior Editor for the school newspaper, The Falcon’s Voice. She also devoted much of her time senior year as a volunteer for both the Om Foundation and … Continued

Monroe Township High School-Senior Spotlight: Bryce Addeo

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By, Nazli Mohadeen Bryce Addeo recently won the senior superlative Best All Around, and for good reason. He’s a three season varsity athlete, in the top 10 of his graduating class, and heavily involved in extracurriculars. He’s incredibly interested in all things fitness and wellness-related. Addeo enjoys lifting weights with friends, cooking, going to the … Continued

Who is the Wealthiest Person in New Jersey?

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By, Surabhi AshokAs of June 2022, the wealthiest person in New Jersey is John Overdeck, the co-founder and co-chairman of Two Sigma. With a real time, net worth of $6.5 billion, he is the 364th richest person in the world today and 147th richest American as of September of last year according to the 400 … Continued

Ways to Stop Judging Yourself as a Caregiver

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By: Nazli MohideenGenerally speaking, there are two types of caregivers: family and professional. Despite the name, family caregivers are not always blood-related. Sometimes, they are relatives, neighbors, or friends who look after someone usually due to disease or disability. Professional caregivers, on the other hand, are people who care for others in nursing homes or … Continued