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COVID-19: Company donates test kits to Montclair Ambulance Unit

A Montclair company, ArrayMedTech, is donating test kits to the Montclair Ambulance Unit so they can screen workers for the presence of COVID-19 antibodies.
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To your health: COVID-19, or allergies?

Is it COVID-19? The flu? Or seasonal allergies? COVID-19 hasn't stoppedpollen from proliferating. "To Your Health" gives tips on how to tell and what to do.
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COVID-19: Montclair residents supporting essential workers

Montclair shows its appreciation for workers on the front line by cheering at 7 p.m., and donating PPE and meals for workers.
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To your health: Heart health in heart month

Skipping a beat sounds romantic, but it could be arrhythmia, so be sure to check out heart health. The latest "To Your Health."
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To Your Health: Take care of your thyroid

In the latest "To Your Health," Dr. Alessia Roehnelt lists facts about your thyroid that you need to know to stay in good health.
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To your health: Eat a rainbow, and reduce stress

Eat a rainbow, count your blessings, and don't forget to workout, says Dr. Lauren Im-Imamura in the latest "To Your Health."

SMART opens dialogue for families affected by addiction

A group comprised of people who have loved ones struggling with addiction meets on Wednesdays at the Mental Health Association of Essex/Morris on Fullerton Avenue.

Covered with Compassion — Event empowers women coping with hair loss

The owner of Black Beauty in East Orange, Epps Rose has been styling wigs at Assemblywoman Britnee Timberlake’s “Covered With Compassion” events in the 34th Legislative District office for three years.

In brief: Montclair Education Association to host wellness pop-up Nov. 14

The Montclair Education Association (MEA) and Restorative Justice Montclair (RJM) will host a Pop-Up Shop Wellness Festival, a free event open to the greater Montclair community, on Thursday, Nov. 14 from 1 p.m. to...

To your health: scared of cancer? Get a check-up

In "To Your Health," Dr. Karen Dias-Martin advises women worried about breast or ovarian cancer to have regular check-ups, to ease anxiety.