Morris/Essex Health & Life - April 2017

Now It's Personal

In the next few years, a doctor says, therapies targeted to one's individual genetic makeup will change the face of cancer care.

Dealing with Cancer

The disease brings challenges on many fronts. Fortunately, there are resources to meet them.

Superfoods You Can Grow at Home

What better time than Earth Day, April 22, to enjoy the sun, commune with nature and plant a garden that will end up on your plate?

Town Bar & Kitchen

Though parts were destroyed by the fire in early 2015, Elm Street in downtown Morristown is teeming with life again thanks in part to the immediate success of Town Bar + Kitchen.

Screen Time

Budding filmmakers can take classes, attend summer camp, and compete to get their films see, thanks to Montclair Film.

Chard Your Course

Meet your match, kale. This leafy underdog is ready to go the distance.

Beer With a Twist

Mix tequila and light lager for a refreshing spring sip with a little Mexican flavor just in time for Cinco de Mayo.

Let It Slide

Easy to make and even easier to eat, mini sandwiches ares sure to disappear at your next party. Just be sure to prepare enough for all your hungry guests!

Going the Extra Mile

A Randolph woman's initiative at work leads to a special prize-and a renewed desire to give back.

Get Into the Swing

Morris and Essex counties’ golf courses are open and ready for action, but that doesn’t mean your game is in tip-top shape.

Code Clash

U.S. Postal Service to Kinnelon: ZIP it.

Readers Rejoice

Good things come to those who wait, and fans of mystery writer Nancy Star are overjoyed over the recent release of the Montclair author’s new novel Sisters One, Two, Three.

See These Sea Turtles

If you’ve ever participated in a polar plunge at the Jersey Shore, you know just how cold the ocean can get.

Cedar Grove Gets Greener

The Essex County Park System, the first of its kind established in the country, is still growing strong 122 years later.