Health tips

Keep Active This Fall to Improve Overall Health [SPONSORED]
By: Lu Han, MD, Raritan Bay Medical Center
All Americans should be physically active to improve overall health and fitness and to prevent many adverse health outcomes.  The benefits of physical activity occur in generally healthy people, in people at risk of developing chronic diseases and in pe…
Stay Healthy with Nutrition to Go [SPONSORED]
By: Joni Vitale, RD, Sodexo Clinical Dietitian, Raritan Bay Medical Center
 Research shows that skipping breakfast is strongly linked to obesity. Individuals who skip breakfast tend to eat more calories later in the day making weight control more difficult1. A lack of time is the number one reason pe…
Balance is More Important Than You Think [SPONSORED]
By: Rebecca Fisher, Center for Balance at Raritan Bay Medical Center
Do you know that approximately 90 million Americans suffer from dizziness and falls are the number one cause of accidental death and hospital admission for people over age 65...
Keep Active this Summer to Stay Healthy [SPONSORED]
Keep Active this Summer to Improve Overall Health
By: Lu Han, MD
All Americans should be physically active to improve overall health and fitness and to prevent many adverse health outcomes. The benefits of physical activity occur in generally healthy people, in people at risk of developing chronic dis…
5 Tips to Prevent Food Borne Illness this BBQ Season
By: Alissa Murphy, MS, RDN
As the summer season is approaching, people start moving their meals outdoors and celebrating with barbeques and potlucks. However, warm weather can increase the risk of foodborne illness, so special precautions need to be taken to keep your food safe...
Stay Healthy – Eat Less Sodium [SPONSORED]
By: Raritan Bay Medical Center Clinical Nutrition Manager Heather Cunningham, RD, CNSC.
Raritan Bay Medical Center is providing you an essential health tip and the reasons why you should have less sodium in your diet.
Did you know the average American consumes between 4 and 6 grams of sodium per day..…