Morris/Essex Health & Life Lists

Morris/Essex Health & Life Features

The Life of the Party

Whether your New Year’s Eve soirée is an annual tradition or you’re hosting one for the first time, give your guests a memorable setting to ring in 2022. You can throw the best bash of the year by following a few simple tips.

Rockin’ a Dream

How a Nutley native realized a childhood ambition at Radio City Music Hall.

Fix a Heart

62-year-old Gregory Morgan is better than ever and back to his regular routine after a life-saving aortic aneurysm surgery at Cooperman Barnabas Medical Center.

100 Million Reasons

In recognition of the Cooperman family for their $100 million donation, Saint Barnabas Medical Center has been renamed to Cooperman Barnabas Medical Center.

A Center for Cutting-Edge Care

The Medical Center’s new Infusion Center Annex meets the growing needs of infusion patients being treated for multiple sclerosis, cancer and more.

A Helping Hand

An orthopedic surgeon at Cooperman Barnabas Medical Center discusses common upper extremity injuries and how to keep safe.

Rooms Made Magical

How do they do it? Local designers share their secrets for transforming three key spaces in a home.

Welcome to the Family

Two Short Hills businessmen—and fathers of three—bring their decades of business acumen to the Saint Barnabas Medical Center Board of Trustees.

Better Together

Thanks to her multidisciplinary medical team at Saint Barnabas Medical Center, 36-year-old Carol Patel is free of breast cancer and looking forward to the future with her husband, also a young cancer survivor.

A New Chief

Interventional cardiologist Bruce Haik, M.D., a 20-year veteran of Saint Barnabas Medical Center, discusses his new role as chief of cardiology and director of the cardiac catheterization lab.

Don’t Shoulder the Pain

Two sports medicine/orthopedic surgeons from SBMC explain how to get relief from rotator cuff injuries and discuss muscle and joint issues that present in youth athletes.

Pretty in Pink

Planning is underway for Saint Barnabas Medical Center’s Pink Crusade Breast Cancer Awareness Campaign this fall.

Good Outlook, Great Outcome

Thanks to the treatment and care from the multidisciplinary gynecologic cancer team at Saint Barnabas Medical Center, 33-year-old Tanya Galayda is now cancer free and looking to start a family in the future.

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