You’ve likely seen a male athlete taking a hit where it hurts. It makes us cringe and often, reflexively, cover our own private parts. In movies or on television, such a scene can be added for comedy, but protecting the testicles is serious.
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Advanced planning for you and/or your loved one’s estate and your end-of-life medical care can eliminate some of the stress we can face at the end stages of life.
Register to join us at Absecon Lighthouse at 6 p.m on May 19 for a farm-to-table dinner benefiting AtlantiCare Growing Green.
American Diabetes Association Alert Day is intended to raise awareness of diabetes and prediabetes. Though diabetes is a serious condition and can lead to serious medical issues, it can be managed with appropriate medical care and lifestyle changes. Prediabetes, if diagnosed and treated early, can be reversed – preventing type 2 diabetes.
Historically, World AIDS Day has been a day to reflect on those individuals who have died from HIV and AIDS, and to offer support to those who are living with the infection.
Our “Bra-vo” art exhibit showcases the artwork of breast cancer survivors who got together to create works of art inspired by their experiences with cancer. Lead by artist Kathy English, artists were encouraged to explore their experiences with cancer. Kathy helped each woman convey her specific hardships, worries, triumphs and emotions through sculpture.
Resilience connotes strength. It demonstrates resolve. And it often does not come easily. AtlantiCare’s Women’s Health Signature Event began 12 years ago as a way to celebrate and commemorate women who had been affected by breast cancer. Over the years, we expanded our focus to all women’s cancers.
Join us for the 2015 Women's Health Signature Event featuring keynote speaker Christina Baker Kline.
During concerts and all summer long, remember, we hope Maroon 5 and Rascal Flatts song titles will help you remember these “Things That Matter” as you enjoy the shore safely
I’m bored! How frustrating is it to hear that from kids? When kids say they’re bored during summer vacation – take a breath. Keep your cool and your kids busy with simple, fun, healthy and educational activities from the Hammonton Family Success Center.