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El desafío de Grow Garden State fomenta la agricultura casera y la alimentación saludable a través de Nueva Jersey

La registración para el segundo desafío anual de Grow Garden State en Zufall Health ya está disponible. Grow Garden State es una iniciativa del Programa de Asistencia Nutricional Complementaria de Zufall (SNAP-Ed). Equipa a los participantes con semillas de frutas y vegetales gratuitas para fomentar jardinería en Nueva Jersey.   Grow Garden State proveerá semillas de betabel, espinaca y calabacín por correo, para las personas que viven en Nueva Jersey, familias y...

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Grow Garden State Challenge Encourages Home Farming and Healthy Eating Across New Jersey

Registration for the second annual Grow Garden State Challenge at Zufall Health is now open. Grow Garden State, an initiative of Zufall’s Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program Education (SNAP-Ed), equips participants with free fruit and vegetable seeds to encourage gardening in New Jersey. This spring, Grow Garden State is providing beet, spinach, and zucchini seeds by mail to New Jersey-based individuals, families, and organizations who sign up online. The seeds can be...

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COVID-19 Conversation: Zufall Health and Morristown Families / Conversación sobre COVID-19: Zufall Health y las familias de Morristown

On January 13, 2021, Zufall Health Director of Outreach and Special Populations Michelle Blanchfield, MPH, and Morristown Physician Douglas Bishop, M.D., delivered a virtual presentation on COVID-19 trends, prevention strategies, and pediatric vaccines to Morristown parents and families. The audience specifically included parents with children who attend the following Morristown elementary schools: Normandy Park, Woodland, and Thomas Jefferson. Zufall Health thanks Cecilia Estevez of Normandy Park Elementary School for coordinating...

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Zufall Health Providers Address Dover Families’ COVID-19 Vaccination Concerns at Community Event

On Tuesday, November 30, Zufall Health hosted “The COVID Vaccine & Kids: Answering Parents’ Questions” in the East Dover School auditorium in Dover, NJ in collaboration with several community partners. The objective of the family-friendly evening gathering was to address misinformation regarding the pediatric COVID-19 vaccine, which the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention officially recommended for children ages 5-11 on November 2, 2021. Verbal presentations were made in both English...

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Zufall Health in West Orange Celebrates Maternal Health Awareness Day

Zufall Health’s Prenatal Department in West Orange celebrated the second annual New Jersey Maternal Health Awareness Day (MHAD) on January 23, 2019 by participating in the “Stop. Look. Listen!” campaign, an initiative dedicated to “increasing public and professional awareness of pregnancy-related deaths, empowering women to report pregnancy-related medical issues, and increasing awareness and responsiveness among health care practitioners.”

Free Webinar on Effective Blood Pressure Monitoring for MAs, CMAs and Students

Supported by funds from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention through the New Jersey Department of Health — Heart Disease and Stroke Prevention Program New Jersey MAs, CMAs and Students Only. Three sessions to choose from: Friday, June 8, 11:45 AM – 12:45 PM Tuesday, June 12, 6:00 PM – 7:00 PM Monday, June 25, 11:45 AM – 12:45 PM To sign up: Go to and click on "Sign up Now for the 2018...

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Zufall Health Joins Public Health Panel Discussion on WRNJ’s Talk About It

Zufall Health's Director of Outreach, Michelle Blanchfield was recently featured on WRNJ's Talk About It radio show hosted by Rev. Frank Fowler to discuss public health related topics particularly immunizations as part of National Immunization Awareness Month. Other panel members were Mary Guglielmo, a Public Health Nurse Supervisor and Katie Stewart a Health Educator, both from the Warren County Health Department. [audio mp3=""][/audio]...