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Fish & Fish Oil: Separating the Facts and the Myths

By Ben Kligler, MD March 2023 The focus on the potential of fish and fish oil to reduce our chance of heart attack and other cardiovascular disease dates back to two Danish scientists in the 1970s.


What Does 1,4 Dioxane Ban Mean For You?

By Erin Speiser, PhD, MA March 2023, If a cosmetic or cleaning product is on the shelf at the local market, does that mean it’s safe?


Healthy Toys For Happy Kids

By Erin Speiser, PhD, MA With the deluge of toys available to kids, sorting through related health information may feel like a challenging road to navigate. Thankfully, there’s a few simple guidelines to help ensure that the toys in your home are as safe as possible, and support their health and wellbeing:


Back to Basics: Clean Eating for Health

By Benjamin Kligler, M.D. June 10, 2021 Summer is here! The days are getting longer, the temperatures warmer, and the pandemic is starting more and more to lift.


Educating Future Physicians

By Bejamin Kligler, MD 5/1/2021 As Medical Advisor to the Deirdre Imus Environmental Health Center®, I have had the chance to get involved on the ground floor with the new Hackensack Meridian School of Medicine, which is graduating its first class of students this year


Clean Air in Every School

By Deirdre Imus, April 6, 2021 Join me on National Healthy Schools Day (NHSD) and urge our school leaders and community members to focus on ensuring that there is clean air in every school.


Are Forever Chemicals in Your Drinking Water

By Deirdre Imus, 1-4-2021 We all depend on the safety of our drinking water, so we need to pay close attention -- and take action when needed.


Training New Doctors in Environmental Health

By Benjamin Kligler, MD 12-4-2020 Since the COVID 19 pandemic hit earlier this year, understandably the focus for all of us—and for our health care system-- has been the fight against the virus.


The Burden on Special Needs Children & Families

By Deirdre Imus, 9-19-2020 This is the second blog in our series exploring the psychological and social impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on our nation’s children.


Back to School? The Psychological and Social Impact on Children's Health

By Deirdre Imus, August 8, 2020-Over the summer, health experts debated whether schools could open safely this fall. Because the coronavirus impacted different regions of the U.S. differently, the federal government has taken the position that each state should decide when and how to open.

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