The Salvation Army Serves Thanksgiving Breakfast To Hundreds Of Guests

This Thanksgiving, The Salvation Army served breakfast to hundreds of guests at its annual event. This year, Eastwick College hosted the breakfast. Read about the event!




Dr. Carl Moroff from National Vision Administrators (NVA) Shares “5 Reasons to Talk About Vision Benefits”

Are you talking about vision benefits when reviewing your clients’ or company’s overall health benefits? It may be an afterthought, but a vision benefit is a valuable asset to include in your benefit plan.

Dr. Carl Moroff, Chief Vision Officer at NVA, explains how a vision benefit helps members and why it’s so important to talk about during open enrollment in an article that just appeared in!

Dr. Jeff Werber Shares the Six Most Toxic Halloween Candies for Dogs

It can be fun to encourage your pet to enjoy holidays with you, and it might be natural to wonder: can dogs eat chocolate or candy to share in the fun this Halloween? The short answer is “no.” While all sweets are potentially dangerous to dogs, some candies can cause major trouble and become a medical emergency if ingested.

Read the six most toxic Halloween candies for your dog on!


NJ Sharing Network’s Helen LaCarrubba Shares Six Things You Should Know About Her!

After Helen LaCarrubba graduated from Farleigh Dickinson University with a degree in medical technology, she saw a job posting at the NJ Sharing Network, a nonprofit organization dedicated to saving lives through organ and tissue donation, for someone with blood bank experience. 
The Wayne resident has worked there for the past 21 years. Today, she is a molecular specialist who uses the latest DNA testing technology to facilitate donor-recipient matches.

Read the six things you should know about Helen on North!

Alzheimer’s New Jersey Hosts Annual Walk to Fight Alzheimer’s

Congressman Chris Smith and hundreds of family members and supporters of Alzheimer’s patients were in Point Pleasant Beach for the 2018 Walk to Fight Alzheimer’s, hosted by Alzheimer’s New Jersey.

The group’s president and CEO Kenneth Zaentz, Mayor Steve Reid and other leaders were also present to kick off the walk.

Teams of walkers raised money for Alzheimer’s New Jersey’s services for local Alzheimer’s patients and their caregivers; 100 percent of the funds raised at the walk will support these services.

Check out full coverage of the event here!

Jersey Girl Cooks Reviews the Power Air Fryer

Lisa from Jersey Girl Cooks shows us how to make her “Crispy Air Fryer Chicken Wings” with her all new Power Air Fryer from TriStar! Lisa says “This lucky Jersey Girl has another appliance to test in my kitchen. I am loving it and one of the main reasons is that my husband and teenage son love it too. They have been making batches and batches of chicken wings. There are many reasons to like the Power Air Fryer Oven. The oven is versatile, simple and many recipes can be prepared quicker than with a traditional cooking method.”

Crispy Air Fryer Chicken Wings

Hall Of Famer Dominique Wilkins On Mission To Educate Others About Living With Diabetes

NBA Hall of Famer Dominique Wilkins sat down with CBS Los Angeles this weekend to discuss how he manages his diabetes with DarioHealth.






Dr. Jeff Werber Discusses Pet Insurance on Home & Family

Dr. Jeff Werber sat down with the Home & Family show on Friday, January 5 to discuss the ins and outs of pet insurance and how to know if it’s the right choice for your furry friend.

Have questions about Pet Insurance? Larissa Wohl and Dr. Jeff Werber team up to answer all of your questions! Tune in at 10a/9c on Hallmark Channel USA

Posted by Home & Family on Friday, January 5, 2018


The Salvation Army Hackensack Corps Serves Up A Thanksgiving Day Breakfast

The Salvation Army, the largest human services organization in New Jersey and the second largest disaster relief charity in the state, served approximately 300 people a greatly needed Thanksgiving Day Breakfast. This breakfast is held annually to aid families in need, including the working poor from Hackensack and surrounding towns. Attendees, enjoyed a complete and hearty Thanksgiving Day Breakfast, including scrambled eggs, pancakes, bacon, sausage, juice and coffee. The volunteers prepared food, served people and provided companionship to those in attendance.

“Every year we serve this unique Thanksgiving meal in the morning as these adults and children don’t usually eat breakfast most days. Many go without,” says Lieutenant Amarilis Ayala of The Salvation Army Hackensack Corps. “The Salvation Army is focused on helping people become self-sufficient through the dozens of programs we offer year-round.”

NBC New York covered the breakfast: