It might be the loudest silent disease out there. Sleep apnea — a nighttime breathing disorder often characterized by thunderous snoring — is a much more serious condition than once believed. The sleep specialists associated with New Jersey hospitals, such as Dr. Theophanis Pavlou of Holy Name Medical Center, are trying to wake people up to that.
As the chairman of Amtrak, influential partner at Windels Marx Lane & Mittendorf, and adviser to a whole host of government and business officials at all levels, Tony Coscia has one of most distinguished careers in New Jersey business.
Holy Name Medical Center announced on Friday it received a $25,000 Ovarian Cancer Research Alliance (OCRA) grant to develop and launch Woman to Woman, a peer support program for women diagnosed with gynecologic cancer.
State health officials confirmed Wednesday that a traveler from the Chinese province hit hardest by the new coronavirus is being monitored for symptoms, the first instance of a mandatory quarantine under the system of precautions against the disease in place in New Jersey.