Saturday, January 18, 2020

Princeton Windrows: A New Chapter Awaits

At Princeton Windrows, our resident owned and managed independent living community, members are part of a vibrant, inclusive, and welcoming group that is truly different by design.

Caruso Physical Therapy and Nutrition: Salt Therapy Added to Services

Olivia Caruso, owner of Caruso Physical Therapy and Nutrition, LLC, in Allentown, is pleased to announce the addition of a dry salt therapy (Halotherapy) as an additional service.

Princeton Fitness & Wellness: The Motivation You Need

Let exercise be your secret weapon against aging and illness. The side effects are amazing!

Grit + Polish Nail & Skin Studio: More than Cosmetic

When Jacqueline Fay started Grit + Polish Nail and Skin Studio on Witherspoon Street in 2016, she was convinced locals wanted more than “nice nails.”

Pulmonary Rehabilitation at Capital Health

For people in the Mercer/Bucks County region living with lung diseases such as chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), emphysema, chronic bronchitis and pulmonary fibrosis, Capital Health launched its new Pulmonary Rehabilitation Program in December.

American College of Orgonomy

The American College of Orgonomy, a 50-year-old non-profit educational institution in the Princeton area, recently launched a podcast series offering an inside view of a unique therapy.

Regenerative Spine and Pain Institute

Dr. Ronak Patel, the founder and medical director of Regenerative Spine and Pain Institute in Plainsboro, uses cutting-edge therapies to treat chronic pain.

RWJ Orthopedics: The Second Time Around

Thanks to another hip replacement surgery, a fit grandmother is back to her active lifestyle.

Princeton Medical Institute: Here to Help the Community

Princeton Medical Institute (PMI) believes in bringing cutting edge research out of the University and into the New Jersey community.

Trenton Music Makers

“El Sistema,” in the wake of Gustavo Dudamel’s residency, is now a phrase that the Greater Princeton community understands well.

Trending Stories

Mercer’s Voting Machines: Old, Hackable, and Not Going Anywhere

Mercer County’s substandard, easily hackable voting machines were supposed to be replaced in 2008. But they will still be in place for the 2020 election.

The Fall of Icarus