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Rory Ulloque, MD. MS

By Rory Ulloque, MD. MS A lot of us ask, what is the benefit of a weekly exercise routine? How often can we exercise? Are we fit enough for exercise? The answers are here! Regular exercise is necessary to achieve physical fitness and good health. It reduces the risk of developing cardiovascular disease, and high [...]

New Prompt MD Service Offers New Level of Care

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If you’ve ever gone to a facility that offers medical services, particularly urgent services in what seems to be a storefront or business office your expectations were probably not too high. And maybe your expectations were on target. But probably you didn’t visit Prompt MD. Not only does Prompt offer top medical care, and they [...]

Some photos from the OrangeTheory Fitness Grand Opening

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Some photos from the OrangeTheory Fitness Grand Opening in Edgewater on September 13th  

Health: It is HOT!


OK, so we are midway through the summer and if you have stepped out of your air conditioned homes, you would know it’s HOT!  Have you been wearing your sunscreen?  According to Kendra Bergstrum, MD, FAAD at Pacific Medical Center, the rates of skin cancer has risen in the US 5-8% annually since the 1960’s. [...]

Past Lives and Illnesses (part 2 of 3)


Influences from Past Lives Example 2 of 6: People with Distinctive Birthmarks For example, when a person has a distinctive birthmark on his body, in many instances it closely corresponds to the way in which that person died in a past life. Many cases have been reported of marks being located on the same parts [...]

Veteran’s Field Update


On Tuesday, February 21, 2012, a Community Information Meeting was held at 7:00 p.m. at the Edgewater Community Center. Residents were provided a presentation about the type of contaminants found in the soil of Veteran’s Field and the recommended method of remediation. Ronald Dooney, Jr., the Borough’s Licensed Site Remediation Specialist of TERMS Environmental Consultants [...]

A gloomy way of thinking


So many people think in such a gloomy way. One of the secrets of life lies in the way we think. Human beings have been granted control over their thoughts, and are one hundred percent free in the way they exercise this power. It is almost impossible to control another person’s thinking, but when it [...]

“But I was Expecting Love! “


by Ayelet Shimron Gazing out the window of a New York City cafe one morning, drinking my regular ‘wake-up call in a cup’, I turned my attention to all the passerby’s walking their dogs. As I expressed my interjection of “aww’s” at the multiplicity of man’s best friends, a thought suddenly struck me: why do [...]

Edgewater Board of Health : Pet Licenses


Dear Resident: Licenses are required for dogs under Borough Ordinance No. 454 and cats under Borough Ordinance No. 129 seven months of age or older. To help you license your pet and avoid a fine, click here for a PDF application for a dog or cat license. The license fees are: DOG $8.00 Spayed or [...]

Free Rabies Vaccination Clinic


Edgewater Board of Health FREE RABIES VACCINATION CLINIC  Saturday, February 4, 2012 10:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.  1167 River Road (Edgewater Community Center – Rear Door)   PETS MUST BE ON A LEASH OR IN A CARRIER! All pets should be a least 4 months old. Pets must be accompanied by an adult. Please bring [...]