You'll be able to have some fun in the sun this summer, be it at the beach, boardwalk, amusement park or even a home barbecue, but no matter what you do and when, you'll need to do all you can to be safe and healthy.
There is not much that will spark panic in a Mom more than spotting a tick. Do they not send shivers up your spine? They are gross, unsuspecting and can make us really sick. It's the first day of tick season by the way...April to mid-to-late October is when they are in full swing. Experts are predicting that the tic population in New Jersey to be off the charts this year. Well super.
So I don't need to tell you that this past year during the Coronavirus Pandemic has been tough, in fact, many have found themselves dealing with depression. Feeling blue, down, and depressed. Whether it has been health-related with Covid 19 or economics, it has been one of our most challenging years in memory.
The Second Wind Llama Farm believes in that the mind, body and nature connection is crucial to a balanced being and I would go out on a limb and say that most of us are not exactly balanced with this COVID crisis. So why not get some llama therapy?
So this is a great tool for everyone to have in the battle against Coronavirus. It’s the Ocean County Health Department’s “app”. The app is a great resource for information on Covid 19 and much more throughout Ocean County.
Two Toms River residents and an Edison resident are in a heap of trouble following their Thursday arrests for their alleged roles in a scheme aimed at defrauding the New Jersey Traumatic Brain Injury Fund.
Due to the rise in Covid-19 cases in Ocean County, the health department will be going back to offering tests five-days a week at the Ocean County College drive-thru testing site for the first time in months.