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Celebrate Earth Day Through A Composting 101 Potluck

Click above image for Spanish Version The New Brunswick Community Food Alliance and the New Brunswick Environmental Commission are hosting a Composting 101 Information Session and Potluck event on April 22nd at the New Brunswick Free Public Library, 60 Livingston Ave. Celebrate Earth Day enjoying food and learning ways to keep our Earth full of […]

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Project Inspire -A Free Youth Health Program- is Back for 2014!

Project Inspire is a youth program, through Robert Wood Johnson, for 10-15 year olds that promotes exercise and eating healthy. Transportation and lunch is provided, and better yet, everything is FREE! For details in English and Spanish, click here: Project Inspire 2014 For more information and to register, contact: Leslie Malachi RWJUH Community Health Promotions Program […]

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Certified Application Counselors Available to Help with Health Care

(Images from last year’s “Get Covered America” information session held at Wellness Plaza in October) Through a grant made possible from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, US Veterans are trained in counseling for the Affordable Care Act. Feel free to visit 120 Albany Street on the 3rd floor to make appointments, get more details and […]

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Certified Application Counselors Available in New Brunswick to Help with Health Care

UNINSURED? Certified Application Counselors will be available to help you sign up for coverage under the new Health Insurance Marketplace Mondays & Wednesdays: from 10am to 4pm Location: Offices of the RWJUH Community Health Promotion Program 120 Albany St 3rd Floor Tower II New Brunswick, NJ 08901 Call Hilda Démello for an appointment at 609-819-6252 […]

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New Brunswick Hosts 5th Annual Bike and Walk Summit — Making New Jersey Safer and More Accessible

Mayor Cahill welcomed the 5th Annual New Jersey Bike & Walk Summit on Saturday. The Bike & Walk Summit featured break-out information sessions on activities like Ciclovia, Sharing the Road, Low Stress Bicycling and so much more! Here’s a key idea from Mayor Cahill’s welcome that displays the importance and drive behind making the City […]

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Building Healthy Communities Event

Mayor Cahill spoke Wednesday, December 4th at the Building Healthy Communities conference in Edison along with Mayors Bermudez, Delaney and Smith from Vineland, Garfield and Irvington about how to build healthy communities. Remember, there are great programs going on in the City in relationship to Health and Wellness. Many organizations work to continue making the […]

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NJ Department of Health Commissioner Mary O’Dowd to Tour The Center

NJ Department of Health Commissioner Mary O’Dowd to Tour The Center THE BRISTOL-MYERS SQUIBB CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL AT ROBERT WOOD JOHNSON UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL TO UNVEIL CENTER FOR ADVANCED PEDIATRIC SURGERY ON NOVEMBER 18 (New Brunswick, NJ)- The Bristol-Myers Squibb Children’s Hospital (BMSCH) at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital (RWJUH) will unveil its state-of-the-art Center for Advanced Pediatric […]

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