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New book says see a therapist sooner, not later

Montclair resident and LCSW Robert S. Ciampi's new book "When to Call a Therapist" suggests getting therapy early, to nip problems in the bud.
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To Your Health: Have safe fun in the sun (don’t forget sunscreen!)

To stay safe in the sun, you have to use sunscreen, writes Dr. Jose Flores in the latest "To Your Health." It's tough to choose: here's what to look for.
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To Your Health: Calling all men: don’t be too patient; prioritize your health

A male patient at 20 and at 60 have different concers, writes Dr. Marc Morresi, but all need to schedule a checkup regularly.

In brief: Free swim safety classes at the Y

The YMCA of Montclair will host Safety Around Water at the Park Street and Geyer Family Branch the week of June 24. For a $25 registration fee, children ages 6 months through adults can...

In brief: Bounce starts with Community Block Party tonight

 Get to know your neighbors on Church Street tonight, May 31. One of the busiest commercial streets in Montclair will be shut down on Friday 5:30-7:30 p.m. for traffic as 200+ neighbors and friends sit...
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To Your Health: Hit the gym, and reduce cancer risk

In the latest "To Your Health," Dr. Melissa Berlin points out that keeping fit not only makes for a better summer body, it also reduces cancer risk.

Montclairites ask what’s all the hype about hemp, CBD?

While Montclair residents wait for the possible legalization of marijuana, an issue now on hold in New Jersey, one of marijuana's prominent components, cannabidiol or CBD, can be found almost everywhere in town these days — in your latte, in baked goods and even at the local boutique. And residents seem to be lining up for it.

In brief: CARE Van to offer free addiction services

On Thursday April 21, 9 a.m. - 2 p.m., the  CARES outreach vehicle will be at Glenfield Park, 21 Maple Ave. Stop by Hope One for: Access to Detox; Access to Rehab; Access to...
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News in brief: Lead testing for children

The Montclair Department of Health and Human Services, in partnership with the Hackensack UMC Mountainside Family Practice, announces a Lead Screening Program for children ages 1-6 years.As lead exposure continues to be an ongoing...
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To your health: five bad excuses not to get a colonoscopy

Think you've got a good reason not to schedule a colonoscopy? Think again, writes Dr. John Imesi in our latest "To Your Health."