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A Spirit of Excellence

July 31, 2014 0

  How many of you aspire to be the best at what you do on a daily basis?  Not in competition with anyone else, but a keen sense to be diligent in all things given […]


Spice Up Your Life for Improved Health!

July 28, 2014 0

  by Rev. Natalie Mitchem,  Registered Dietitian/Nutritionist Spices up your wellness and improve your health by cooking with spices. Spices offer a variety of delicious flavors, antioxidants and phytonutrients to soups, salads, main dishes, smoothies […]



July 28, 2014 0

by Tamara Cruz Visualization Nutrition   Training Here we are again, trying to get swimsuit ready for summer!  Every year we read through the latest fitness articles to get ready.  Here are some of the […]


9th Annual Lincoln Park Music Festival

July 25, 2014 0

The 9th Annual Lincoln Park Music Festival will include a range of multi-cultural entertainers performing a wide range of musical forms including those of Jazz, 10th Annual “Newark Idol”  Youth Showcase, Gospel, House, Hip-Hop and sounds from the African Diaspora; health and […]


Merck’s HIV Campaign, I Design

July 18, 2014 0

Merck’s HIV Campaign, I Design, Partners with Music Industry Promoter and HIV Advocate Maria Davis and Positive Women’s Network – USA to Encourage Women Living with HIV to be “Vocal” about their Treatment “Speaking Up” […]


Veterans Survey

July 9, 2014 0

The sponsors of this research study, CommonHealth ACTION and the Chicago School of Professional Psychology, are interested in conducting a survey of U.S. military veterans to better understand the challenges they face upon returning home. […]


Are minorities getting their fair share of transplants

July 1, 2014 0

  A multi-center study—the largest of its kind—led by UCLA transplant surgeon Dr. Jeffrey Veale set out to determine whether minorities were getting their fair share of kidney transplants. The investigators reviewed a series of […]

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