D.J. Alexis, a 12-year old resident of Sicklerville, NJ, came to Kennedy Hospital in Washington on Friday, December 19th – along with his parents and Santa Claus – to distribute toys to children at the hospital, as well as to children and adolescents in Kennedy’s Behavioral Health program.
The Kennedy Cancer Center received one-third ($47,000) of the $141,000 proceeds of the 2014 Bill Bottino Mud Run held this fall at NJ Motorsports Park in Millville. Pictured at the recent Mud Run check presentation, held at the Kennedy Cancer Center, are
Having a new baby is an exciting time for mom and her family. With so much to consider and so much focus on the upcoming labor and birth of the baby, many expecting moms may forget to plan for some essential items.
Most patients with type 2 come into my office wanting to lose weight. Often, their goals are lofty: “Nurse, I really need to lose 130 lbs.” or “Nurse, I’ve gained 80 pounds over the past decade; I need to lose it all.” They are often frustrated and overwhelmed. Where do they begin?
Thomas Newmark, M.D. Professor of Psychiatry at Rowan SOM presented at the annual meeting of the International Society of Sports Psychiatry. Dr. Newmark, President of the International Society of Sports Psychiatry, spoke on the "Psychiatric Aspects of Infamous Sports Scandals" in New York City on March 4, 2014.
Kennedy Health System offers a variety of health education and wellness programs designed for you and your family. Classes are offered year-round in convenient locations in Camden, Gloucester and Burlington counties.
Registration is necessary for all classes and special events.
Well-Being Yoga - Afternoon - 12/23/2014 Yoga, which increases flexibility, range of motion and strength, may bring additional benefits both during and after cancer treatments. When tension is released, energy flows more easily in the body, allowing participants to experience a sense of well-being.