It's National Nutrition Month! Enjoy these videos from AtlantiCare Healthy Schools, Healthy Children program's Infomercial Contest.
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Try this quick, tasty (and healthy!) treat from Chef La Tasha McCutcheon, Head Chef at Gordon Ramsey Pub & Grill
Early lung cancer diagnosis is critical. AtlantiCare offers low-dose CT scanning, which can help detect lung cancer early.
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.
As an infection preventionist, I see people’s hands and I think of germs. We pick up germs and other microbes from touching hundreds of surfaces every day. Washing your hands to get rid of these germs is one of the easiest and best things you can do for your health.
It’s that time of year again for lunch packing! As another school year begins, our lives as parents get much busier as the early morning rush around the house resumes. AtlantiCare wants you to live well for life. Having healthy, balanced meals for you and your children is one way to do so.
AtlantiCare sees minor – and vision threatening - eye infections, inflammations and injuries among residents and visitors over the summer months. Learn more about prevention and treatment of common summery eye injures.
There’s nothing quite like Jersey Fresh! If you live in or are visiting New Jersey, you probably know we live up to our name of being the Garden State. From community farmers’ markets, to roadside stands to colorfully abundant supermarket produce shelves, summer produce is tantalizing tempting – in a terrific way.
Bodysurfing is fun, but can be dangerous. Dr. Raymond Talucci, a trauma surgeon at AtlantiCare Regional Medical Center, discusses proper bodysurfing technique.
Sexual health: it’s not often one we consider a topic of polite conversation, but it is a discussion you should have – and have regularly – with your doctor. What’s going on below the belt might be more important than you think. Brian Steixner, MD, a urologist at AtlantiCare Regional Medical Center, discusses " below the belt health" for men.