Israel21c–Intel’s advanced analytics team in Israel has built the heart of a new device to collect, analyze, and transmit a wealth of symptom data from patients to reveal new insights into Parkinson’s Disease.
The new wearable technologythat constantly detects mobility patterns
There is much emotional suffering in the world (such as depression and anxiety) and, as a clinical psychologist, I help people find their way out of their suffering. Emotional healing is a multi-step process and it begins with understanding the nature of one’s difficulty. This includes the all-important step of identifying the
Tenafly–Keep Fit at the J! When you join the JCC, you are joining a Family Wellness Center. The JCC offers a large variety of membership options, for you and your entire family, and are proud to be an inclusive environment with Shomer Shabbat facilities, a delicious dairy cafe under RCBC supervision, and are equipped
How many times have we said to ourselves, “I must go to the dentist and do what I’m told for my dental health?”
For most of us, we have not only told ourselves and our loved ones this, but we have acted on it. But for some, we have neglected ourselves until true disaster strikes, and then we hear
The Adult Education Committee of Congregation Bnai Yeshurun is proud to host as Scholar in Residence this Shabbat Parshat Vayeishev – Dec. 12-13 - Rabbi Dovid Cohen - Rabbi of the Young Israel of the West Side.
Rabbi Cohen will be speaking at a Friday Night Oneg (8PM) on the topic of: “Models of Jewish Leadership Circa 2015;” the Shabbat Morning
Tooth loss is a condition that millions of Americans suffer from. In fact, 178 million Americans are missing at least one tooth and 35 million are completely edentulous, meaning they are missing all of their teeth. These numbers are expected to grow in the next 2 decades. When teeth are lost, it does not only affect a person’s appearance,
We have all faced the challenge of letting go of our anger and resentment at one time or other. More often than we would like to think, these feelings remain unresolved and the level of anger increases and even becomes pervasive. Holding on to one’s anger and failing to forgive real or perceived betrayals of trust not only impact on
A symposium on Jewish Women’s Health at the Teaneck Jewish Center, presented by Holy Name Hospital on November 16, armed 200 women, and a few men, with information about hereditary genetic risks for breast and gynecologic cancers and how breast imaging can detect cancer early when there is the best chance for a
In the hype and chaos of graduate school most of my professors, friends, and supervisors have at some point asked the students how we manage with the stress and busy schedules. There is an array of responses, from watching television to making time to go out with friends. But almost always someone throws in the answer
Antibiotic resistance is a major threat to public health. Resistance makes it harder for physicians to treat infections and can increase the chance patients will die from an infection. What is more, the treatment of antibiotic-resistant infections poses a huge cost to health-care systems. Patients have to stay in the hospital for longer and
October classes and push-up contest help Bergen County based charity with funds for research
Englewood–THE GYM, a complete lifestyle and fitness center, honored Breast Cancer Awareness Month with fundraising events at its two Bergen County locations. THE GYM has raised over $11,000 combined for October 2013 and October 2014 for the Triple Negative
The holidays are a time for wonderful food and memorable occasions with family and friends. Sometimes, however, the holidays can also bring stressful events for adults. We tend to forget that these times can also be stressful for children. Here are some helpful strategies to approach this joyous, yet stressful, time of the year