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Dr. Alyssa Huncken
Current Recommendations on the Fight Against COVID-19 – Booster Shots, Third Doses and Antiviral Pills: What You Need to Know

By Alyssa Huncken New recommendations and therapies are emerging as new tools for our toolbox to protect people from the worst outcomes of COVID-19. The first step in preventing severe symptoms and hospitalizations is through vaccination. COVID-19 vaccination is now recommended for anyone over 5 years old. Booster Shots COVID-19 vaccine boosters and additional vaccine […]

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Anna Zimmerman, M.D.
How to Time Your Flu Vaccine & COVID-19 Booster Shot

By: Dr. Anna Zimmerman Our practice has been fielding a lot of questions about how to time the flu vaccine with the COVID-19 vaccine or booster shot.  We wanted to share with our community our thoughts on how people should time their shots. How should I time my flu shot? The scientific community generally recommends […]

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Addressing COVID-19 Vaccine Misinformation with Facts

By: Dr. Frank Iannetta Among the many reasons COVID-19 vaccination rates in the United States peaked earlier than experts hoped, rather than declining into the summer months—are mostly due to myths that took hold among the unvaccinated and solidified as their reasoning to not get vaccinated. A few of those myths are: The vaccine will […]

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Managing the Stress of the Sandwich Generation: Squeezed Between Parents and Kids

By: Lora McHale, PA-C, Physician Assistant Do you care for both an older relative and your own children? If so, you are part of the “Sandwich Generation,” an increasingly growing segment of the American population for those of us sandwiched between caring for kids and for our older parents. Add in a full-time job and […]

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Andrew Gilmartin, MD
Getting Your Health Care Routine Back on Track

By: Andrew Gilmartin If you have been avoiding the doctor’s office during the past year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, now is the time to get your medical care back on track. This includes scheduling your annual wellness visit and any recommended health screenings. There is no better way to stay healthy than following a […]

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Keeping Kids Healthy and Safe This Summer

by Dr. Alyssa Huncken As one of the most challenging school years our children have experienced is coming to an end, spending time outside will be more important than ever. Spring, sun, warmer weather and longer days mean many exciting things including exploring the outdoors, going on picnics, and trading in the puffy winter coat […]

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Carrie Schroeder
Keeping Your Family Focused on Wellness and Staying Fit This Summer

For many people, the word “malnutrition” evokes images of starving children in third world countries, eyes sunken in and ribs sticking out, physically wasting away from lack of food availability. While undernutrition is a serious global public health problem, and does affect individuals even in our own country, the most prevalent form of malnutrition in […]

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Creating a Trusting Partnership with Your Physician

  By Dr. Arnold Pallay The pandemic has created a new era in healthcare for both patients and physicians alike. Many of you have discovered abundant value in having your own personal physician and their office staff working diligently to maintain a trusted relationship to improving your health care. Realizing that your primary care physician […]

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Returning Home from School

School plays a crucial role in your child’s development, educational achievement, health, and well-being. As schools have reopened across New Jersey, parents, guardians, and caregivers have had to make decisions based on several factors that are best for their child, evaluating health concerns, work situations, and options for schooling. While some schools opted for remote learning […]

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Returning to School During COVID-19

The most frequent question I am being asked in my practice by parents is how students can go back to school safely during the COVID-19 pandemic. Recent advice directed from both the American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP) and the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) states that children learn best when they are in school. […]

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Dr. Arnold Pallay Joins NJBIZ Panel Discussion on 2020 Health Care Technology

Health care technology and the pandemic (updated) By: Gabrielle Saulsbery September 1, 2020 8:05 am During the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, Dr. Arnold Pallay of Consensus Health received call after call from patients around the country who had seen him before, seeking guidance from a doctor they trusted. On those same days, he would […]

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Returning to the Workplace During the COVID-19 Pandemic

By DR. ANDREW GILMARTIN September 4, 2020 at 3:51 PM The COVID-19 pandemic has created a large number of new challenges, especially for businesses looking to reopen as we look to return to work. While managers and employees may feel a sense of urgency to get their business back to normal as soon as possible, […]

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