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New Jersey Deaf Senior Housing Committee

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I love Rock and Roll

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Lingo Game Nite

Ocean Deaf Club, Inc. Lingo Game Nite **NEW**  “BONUS LINGO” When: Saturday, April 21st Time: 6:30 to 11 pm Please don’t forget your membership dues. Members: $10.00 Non-Members: $12.00 The Presbyterian Church in Lakehurst 101 Orchard Street, Lakehurst, NJ (between Union Avenue & Pine Street) Doors open at 6:30 pm. (Please No early birds) Please [...]

Deaf Women United of New Jersey & Greater Philadelphia: Wine Tasting, Cheese & Dessert

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The Duty of the Local Deaf Firefighter Fire Safety + Demo + See Fire Engine Bert Rypkema, ASL Deaf Presenter Waretown Volunteer Fire Co., Assistant Engineer Officer Recipient of 12 Awards Saturday, April 28, 2012 at 1 pm Waretown United Methodist Church 27 Bryant Road, Waretown NJ 08758 (4 miles east of exit 69 on [...]

Saturday, April 7th Our Lady of Peace Catholic Church 1740 Route 130, North Brunswick NJ For Current Members Door Open at 3:45 pm    Meeting at 4 pm It will be about Constitution & Bylaws Non-Members – please arrive after 5 pm Refreshment on Sale at 5 pm to 6 pm 50-50 Tickets on Sale * [...]

We’re thrilled to announce another sign-language-interpreted Shabbat Service and hope that you can join us! WHAT: A Service with full readings from the Torah, Haftorah (Prophets), and Song of Songs, not to mention a special Yizkor (Memorial) Service, too, to remember those loved ones who’d passed away WHEN: 10:00 AM — 12:30 PM on Saturday, [...]

NJ DDHH Monthly Communicator April 2012 Issue NOW Available Online   Dear Community,   The April 2012 issue of the NJ Division of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing Monthly Communicator Newsletter is now available online at our website:     http://www.state.nj.us/humanservices/ddhh/newsletters/communicator/current/April%202012.pdf   Please feel free to distribute to other interested readers.   Enjoy!   [...]

Hello, Unfortunately, due to a lack of vendors, Ocean County College’s Deaf Awareness Day has been cancelled. However, the ASL Rock and Roll show will take place on April 21st at 7PM at Toms River High School North. Attached is the flyer for Ocean County College’s Interpreter Training Program’s ASL Rock and Roll Show! Contact [...]

The News of Cumberland County Cumberland County SPCA page for Monday, March 19 … The Bridgeton News – NJ.com This is our first indication that a dog or puppy is deaf. Another indicator is their color — because congenital deafness is pigment related, deaf dogs are often primarily white. Deafness can be confirmed by testing [...]

Buy Metronidazole 500mg for Effective Bacterial Infection Treatment

There are times in our life when we unavoidably acquire bacterial infection.  The problem with these infections is that they create pain, discomfort, and even disease, which, for this reason, makes it necessary for us to treat them.  To effectively get rid of bacterial infection, you need to buy metronidazole 500mg for treatment.  It is important that such infections are attended to at the soonest possible time because they have the tendency to worsen and spread to other parts of the body.  Under such circumstance, it is crucial to treat the infection using antibiotics.  When you buy metronidazole 500mg, you are buying what many consider as one of the most effective antibiotic treatment drug.

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Metronidazole and Alcohol – Why You Shouldn’t Mix Them!

 

Many times we are told by our doctors not to combine certain medicines with other drugs and chemicals due to its potential side effects and drug interactions. Before you are prescribed with certain medicines by your doctor, you should be well aware of the precautions as well as how the medications will function so that you will know what to expect. Generally this is part of the patient safety rules. That is why you will find a leaflet packed together with the medicines you have bought so you can have something to glance on during your treatment. Leaflets contain the general instructions, precautions, the general dos and don’ts, as well as a brief list of drugs or chemical that you should never combine with your medication.

 

Metronidazole is an effective antibiotic drug intended for the treatment of infections caused by various singled-cell bacteria and parasites. Infections are quite very common but can be dangerous if left untreated. Although we are naturally gifted with our immune system to fight those invaders, often times it may not be enough to fully prevent infections that lead to several illnesses. This is why antibiotics such as metronidazole have been designed to eradicate the bacteria and certain parasites out from our system.

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Vaginal Flagyl and Alcohol – Do Not Mix

As a rule of thumb, it is always not an advice to take alcoholic beverages while you are taking medications. If you are asked by your doctor to take flagyl, you should never combine vaginal flagyl and alcohol during the course of the treatment. So far, there has been no solid proof that alcohol can indeed do dangerous side effects when combined with flagyl because there has been no sufficient studies that can support this. However, it has been known that alcohol can magnify the potential side effects of the drug because it will make the liver work harder to eliminate the substances from the body, and this can delay the process of alcohol is taken. Once you are on the process of treatment, you should never take vaginal flagyl and alcohol together. Read more…

Healthy Snacks

My family members like to tease me about the fact that I don’t have a very high tolerance for discomfort. I claim to be “dying of heat” or “freezing cold” (rather than a little warm or a little cool). I’m either “bouncing off the walls” or “exhausted” (instead of simply awake or sleepy). And of course I’m never hungry. I’m starving (that is, when I’m not totally stuffed).

When I am starving it’s never a good situation. My hands start shaking. My mood turns sour really fast. I need food. ASAP!

When you’re trying to eat healthy, it’s important to prepare for emergencies. Otherwise, it’s too easy to grab the sugary, chemically-laden junk food that abounds in stores and fast-food restaurants and vending machines. So here’s what I do to prepare for the week: I usually bake some sort of muffins on Sundays (blueberry, apple oat bran, or other kinds where the recipe doesn’t call for sugar and refined flour). I also hard boil 6 eggs for easy snacking. I make a bag of trail mix: raw almonds, raw walnuts, dried cranberries and/or organic raisins. I keep baked tortilla chips in the cupboards and homemade salsa in the fridge. I love raw green beans (there I go being dramatic and extreme again), and I have been known to steal a handful of those as I head out the door. And now that fall is here, I’ve been stocking up on apples – such an easy, delicious fruit to grab on the go.

What are your favorite healthy snacks?

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