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Dissolving Stent Q&A
February is American Heart Month. Over the course of the month, advocacy organizations, governmental bodies, and media across the country engage in efforts to raise awareness of heart disease and provide educational information on how to improve your heart health, what treatments are available, and staying aware of signs of this deadly disease.
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Parkinson's Patient Can Control Treatment with iPod
By Briana Vannozzi, Correspondent
You can’t see tremors in Paul Detlefsen’s hands now, but a decade ago, the outlook for this 43-year-old Parkinson’s disease patient looked a lot different. “My symptoms were mostly in the right arm, sever tremors,” he said. Detlefsen underwent what’s called deep brain stimulation surgery.
Career Options Day
The Johnson Rehabilitation Institute at JFK Medical Center invites you to the 35th annual Career Options Day on April 7, 2017 from 8:30 am – 1:00 pm.
Career day features workshops for career and job seekers and provides and opportunity to meet and discuss positions and career paths with company reps.
JFK Adult Medical Day Program Client Celebrates 102 Years Young
Eva Gemma Curcione (pictured on the left) wanted to celebrate her special (102nd) birthday by honoring the memory of her four brothers, who were firefighters. Eva was quite touched and surprised when an entire Fire Department came parading in behind the Edison Mayor along with former Councilman, Dr. Prasad.
JFK Nurses Provide Hats with Hearts
The nursing staff at JFK Medical Center are gifting newborn babies born in the month of February and their moms handmade red hats in honor of Heart Month and an in support of the American Heart Association’s Little Hats, Big Hearts™ program.
JKF Medical Center Goes Red for Women to Support the American Heart Association
JFK Medical Center staff wore red in honor of Wear Red Day on Feb 3, 2017 to promote awareness for women and heart health. Women’s heart attack symptoms differ from men’s, as does their heart health risk.