Wednesday, November 20, 2019

Can men get spider veins?

Concerned about your health? Experts from Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital Hamilton are ready to answer readers’ questions.

How to identify a kidney stone

What is my best defense against kidney stones, and how do I know if I have get one?

Do I have a sore throat or strep?

Concerned about your health? Experts from Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital Hamilton are ready to answer readers’ questions.

Mercer County launches campaign to combat stigma tied to mental health, addiction

Mercer County officials have announced a yearlong campaign to combat stigma associated with mental illness and addiction and to support those who are impacted.

Get a smile to be proud of at Bordentown Braces

Bordentown Current Advertising Feature: Bordentown Braces is a committed member of the community.

Pennington Circle convenience stores pull e-cigs from shelves, open 31 Smoke and Vape

The owners of two convenience stores on the Pennington Circle say they have pulled all electronic cigarette products from the shelves of those stores and opened a separate store from which to sell them.

Hopewell resident’s concussion reveals a tumor that leads to awake brain surgery at Capital Health

Capital Health’s Center for Neuro-Oncology is helping patients in new, innovative ways.

Princeton Medical Institute now partnering with Lyft

Princeton Medical Institute and Global Alzheimer’s Platform Foundation have been working together with the goal to treat Alzheimer’s Disease. PMI is now offering free transportation through Lyft for patients interested in participating in Alzheimer’s studies.

Three keys to lower arthritis risk

My mother suffers from arthritis. Is there anything I can do to keep from developing arthritis as well?

RWJ University Hospital Hamilton partners with farms, community organizations to bring healthy food to Trenton

To combat to obesity epidemic in Mercer County, RWJUHH partnered with Snipes Farm, The Maker’s and Westminster Presbyterian Church to create the Farm to Family program