The following stories were originally published in the January 16, 2019, issue of U.S. 1 Newspaper.
For anyone struggling with obesity, the thought of achieving and maintaining a healthy lifestyle can sometimes seem impossible.
In December Right at Home owners Sean Gwinner and Asher Fink held their first interactive workshop for 30 guests at Beth El Synagogue in East Windsor in collaboration with Jewish Family Services.
Three years ago a dream became a reality for Kevin Johnson, local entrepreneur and innovative real estate developer. “I grew up in this area and recognized a need for a comprehensive, one-stop shop for fitness, sports, family, and lifestyle needs. My professional experience as an NFL wide receiver taught me first-hand that quality training and […]
Dr. Jill Hazen, Board Certified Plastic Surgeon, has been practicing plastic and reconstructive surgery in Princeton for more than 20 years specializing in facial and body contouring.
The word “psychiatrist” often conjures up an image of a doctor who prescribes medications for mental disorders, not someone who helps you find more satisfying ways to live.
The nonprofit Princeton Integral Yoga Community Center (Princeton IYCC) has gathered authors, musicians, dancers, yoga and meditation instructors, mindfulness eating lecturers, emotional healing through dance, and much more for a full roster of activities in downtown Princeton.
Gracie Barra, recognized as one of the largest and most accomplished teams of martial arts instructors and athletes in the world, has announced the opening of a new school at 4437 Route 27 in Princeton.
Windsor Dermatology, which has been serving the community for over 30 years, is proud to announce the addition of the Eczema Treatment Center of Central New Jersey.
Princeton Medical Institute (PMI) believes in bringing cutting edge research out of the University and into the New Jersey community.