World Lung Cancer Day is observed on August 1st, and was created to promote lung health and lung cancer awareness. Lung cancer is the second leading cancer worldwide and is the most common cause of all cancer deaths among both men and women. Smoking Tabaco is one of the most common risks linked to [Read More]
Every thirty seconds, a person dies from a hepatitis-related illness. Hepatitis is is the inflammation of the liver, a vital organ that processes nutrients and fights infections. Heavy use of alcohol, toxins, and viruses can cause hepatitis. Hepatitis Awareness Week brings aims to educate others about viral hepatitis.
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Sarcoma is a rare cancer that arises in the bones and the connective tissues such as fats and muscles. It is most commonly found in the arms and the legs, but can occur anywhere in the body. July is Sarcoma Awareness Month to encourage research and create awareness for a Sarcoma, also known as the [Read More]
Summer has arrived and spending time outside is a great way to be physically active, reduce stress, and get vitamin D. This is a great time to highlight that July is UV Safety Month! Ultraviolet (UV) radiation comes from the sun, tanning beds, and sunlamps, and can damage skin cells. Protect your skin from the [Read More]
Beacon of LIFE (A PACE Program) has partnered with VNACJ Community Health Center to host a COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic! On July 7th we will be offering both the Janssen and Moderna Vaccine! RSVP to 732-592-3406 to help protect our community from COVID-19!
Beacon of LIFE presents Heroes Among Us! We are hosting a family fun day, veteran fundraiser on Wednesday, July 7th! Join Beacon of LIFE and our wonderful partners, for food, games, and so much more! RSVP to 732-592-3406! Looking forward to seeing you all! All veterans are free, and a suggested $5 donation.
Beacon of LIFE provides community-based care and services to people who may require nursing home level of care. PACE was created as a way to provide the elderly with flexibility to receive health care and recreational care needs while helping them remain in the comfort of their own community.