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Q&A With…Experts on Diabetes

For National Diabetes Month, a nurse and certified diabetes educator shares what people who are and who are not living with diabetes need to know about the disease.

A Mural for BLM

The Black Lives Matter movement now has a permanent home in Teaneck thanks to its brand-new, community-organized mural.

Lavender Lives On

Like it or not, here comes adolescence—and a girl’s bedroom in a durably feminine hue was born ready.

A New Lease On Life

After struggling with obesity, a 30-year-old Long Branch man turns to Monmouth Medical Center for the “tools” to change—and save—his life.

The Right Choice

Thanks to non-invasive CyberKnife radiation treatments at SBMC, a West Caldwell man is feeling “great” after his prostate cancer diagnosis—and recovery.

A Win For Your Skin

Melanoma is the most serious type of skin cancer, but it can often be prevented. Here, a surgical oncologist at Saint Barnabas Medical Center explains its risk factors and the multidisciplinary approach used for patients.

Still Feels Like Home

This Verona homeowner wanted the designer to make her house fresher, brighter—but not too different.

Pandemic Pasta

This meaty tagliatelle recipe, courtesy of a personal chef from Midland Park, is calling your name on World Pasta Day, Oct. 25.

How to (Safely) Celebrate Halloween 2020

October 31 will certainly be different this year, but it’s not canceled entirely! Find out how some local towns are ensuring the fall holiday will be both fun and safe for 2020.

Chalk to Me

With the Veteran’s Park parking lot as their canvas, Westwood residents show off their artistic abilities.

Help for Aching Joints

On World Arthritis Awareness Day, Oct. 12, a Teaneck rheumatologist lends his insight about a condition that can affect your mobility and range of activities—and make you wince.

For the Love of Art

Glen Rockers came together—virtually—to show off their artistic abilities in a community talent show.