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

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

THE MILLSTONE TIMES IS LOOKING FOR healthcare HEROs!

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Do you know someone in healthcare who has made significant contributions and has shown dedication within the healthcare community?  If so, nominate them toThe Millstone Times Healthcare Heroes!The Millstone Times will bring together and showcase the most extraordinary healthcare professionals on the pages of The Millstone Times newspaper in upcoming issues.PLEASE SUBMIT NOMINATIONS via email to … Continued

LIABILITY FOR ALCOHOL SERVED IN YOUR HOME?

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By John Bazzurro A lot of my clients ask me whether or not they can be responsible for serving alcohol to their guests. The short answer in the State of New Jersey is “yes.” New Jersey has a “social host” liability statute (N.J.S.A. 2A: 15-5.6) which allows people to sue for property damage or personal … Continued

Havana Syndrome

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By: Valeria Mancuso What is Havana Syndrome?Havana Syndrome is a condition officials know very little about. It is characterized by a broad range of unexplained symptoms such as migraines, fatigue, vertigo, anxiety, dizziness, loss of memory and cognitive impairment. Some cases, people stated the symptoms were mild. However, others explained that they were persistent and … Continued

Redo your coffee shop stop

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Whether going to your local coffee shop is a daily ritual or a special weekend outing, consider these ways you can move toward better choices. Downsize your drinkIf a large coffee drink is your go-to, consider whether a smaller size would hit the spot. Do dairy rightFor lattes and cappuccinos, shift from whole milk to low-fat or … Continued

The Imporortance of Having a Tidy Homome with Children

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By: Nazli MohideenMuch of people’s childhood is defined by a playroom; mounds of toys falling out of bins and boxes, and more than likely, overflow to more than one designated room. The sacred action figures and dolls are taken everywhere a child goes only to be replaced by its newest edition in a few months … Continued

A Step Up Podiatry.. Complete Family Foot & Ankle Care

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Custom orthotics are specific, prescription inserts customized to your feet and your conditions. They usually have a firm bottom shell, to achieve body support, and a softer topcover for cushion and shock absorption. Orthotics should be comfortable for wear! They are also hidden in shoes, so nobody even knows you are wearing them. Beware of … Continued

The Fawn Trauma Response

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By Valeria MancusoWhat is the Fawn Trauma Response? The fawn trauma response is the process of putting your emotions aside to benefit or please someone else’s needs. It can be used as a defensive structure because you may be acting out of fear, sadness, anger, guilt etc. If you feel as if you are in … Continued