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Each year, millions of Americans become ill from food borne illnesses.To help prevent foodborne illness, take this quiz on food safety, based on information from the FDA.
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Cancer may affect men and women about equally, but certain cancers tend to be more common in men. Early diagnosis and treatment can help reduce the risk of death.
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Father’s Day can be a special day to celebrate health and pledge anew to keep up good habits all year. The 22nd annual National Men’s Health Week this year began on June 13 and ends today, on Father’s Day. In recognition of Father’s Day and Men’s Health Week, RWJBarnabas Health encourages all men to ensure that they have a health care game plan in place.
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Listen for the RWJBarnabas Health Civic Leader Salute this Sunday during the Yankees game against the Minnesota Twins.

RWJBarnabas Health, New Jersey’s largest hospital and health care system, salutes
Susan Haspel, State Director for the Boys and Girls Clubs in New Jersey for helping
underserved youth reach their full potential as citizens.

Boys and Girls Clubs in New Jersey is an alliance of 23 organizations serving over 70,000
youth, ages 5 to 18 throughout New Jersey. Their mission is to enable all young people, especially those who need us most, to become productive, caring, responsible citizens. For more than 150 years, Boys and Girls Clubs in America has been at the forefront of youth development, working with young people from challenged economic, social and family circumstances, by providing safe spaces and opportunities to achieve academic success.
Prior to joining Boys and Girls Clubs in New Jersey, Susan served as Vice President of Corporate Social Responsibility at NBCUniversal, and was also Executive Producer of NBCUniversal’s Emmy-award winning “The More You Know” campaign, which raised awareness around the nation’s most pressing social issues.

RWJBarnabas Health, New Jersey’s largest hospital and health care system, thanks
Susan Haspel for her commitment to our state’s youth.
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Triggers for asthma include allergens, respiratory infections, irritants, and sensitivity to medications. These triggers may lead to asthma flare-ups.
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This healthy Ginger Grilled Pork recipe is perfect for summer.
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Looking for a cold beverage to cool down this summer? Think twice before you grab something sweet. http://ow.ly/t8pw301BOyu
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Plan on “catching some rays” poolside or at the beach this summer? Play it safe, as too much sun can cause more harm than good. These sun-smart strategies for the lips, ears, eyes, feet, and scalp will help to protect your skin from the sun's rays.
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Exercise can sometimes feel like a chore, an activity at the bottom of your daily to-do list. But finding time for fitness is important. That’s especially true if you are trying to lose or control your weight.
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Summer is a time when children are free of the constraints of schedules and school. Days can be spent enjoying the fresh air and sunshine while swimming, riding bikes or exploring in the sand at the beach. RWJBarnabas Health offers the following suggestions to parents to keep their kids moving during the summer months ahead.
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African-American women are the most likely to die from breast cancer. Fortunately, if caught early, the chances of survival are greatly increased.
RWJBarnabas Health reminds all women, but especially those at high-risk, of the three-step plan to routine breast care. These include monthly breast self-examination, clinical examination and mammography.
The frequency of clinical exams and mammograms vary by age and risk factors. Talk to your physician about which routine examinations are right for you.
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