Monday, April 19, 2021

Forgotten History Podcast, Episode 13: The Last Plague

When the Spanish Flu hit Philadelphia in 1918, it first overwhelmed the hospitals, then the morgues, then the gravediggers. The catastrophe was the fault of one man, public health director Wilmer Krusen, who allowed a Liberty Bond parade that spread the disease at a catastrophic rate. But was Krusen really at fault?

Capital Health Medical Group opens new primary care office in Browns Mills

Capital Health Primary Care – Browns Mills is led by Dr. Eddie Akrout, a board certified family medicine physician

Mercer County starts providing local Covid-19 data — Hamilton, Trenton, East Windsor have most cases

No breakdown on county's 24 deaths, but finally some information on how coronavirus has impacted individual towns in the county

Interventional pulmonologist joins Capital Health

Capital Health Medical Center – Hopewell is now one of five hospitals in the region (and one of only two in New Jersey) to offer true interventional pulmonology services.

Lawrence OB/GYN Associates joins Capital Health Medical Group

Regional OB/GYN Practice Adds to Growing Team of Women’s Health Specialists

Starting tonight: masks required in NJ restaurants, while on public transit

New guidelines go into effect at 8 p.m. for the NJ restaurant industry as well as NJ Transit and affiliated transportation providers

State-of-the-art Lung Center opens at Capital Health

As part of its commitment to providing leading-edge care, Capital Health has announced the launch of its comprehensive, state-of-the-art Lung Center located at Capital Health Medical Center — Hopewell.

Radiation oncologist with expertise in advanced treatment joins Capital Health Cancer Center

Dr. Khanh Nguyen, a board certified radiation oncologist with nearly 20 years of experience providing treatments for patients with prostate, lung, breast, and central nervous system tumors and other adult malignancies, has joined Capital Health Cancer Center

How can I help my wife through menopause?

Experts from Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital are ready to answer readers’ questions.

Justice Grown receives permit to cultivate, process cannabis in Ewing

Justice Grown, a company that grows cannibis and sells cannibis products in multiple U.S. states, says it has officially received a permit to cultivate and process medicinal cannabis products from the New Jersey Department of Health.