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Podiatrist in Carteret, NJ – Ben Gujral, DPM Podiatrist in NJ - Varun (Ben) Gujral, DPM Dr. Varun (Ben) Gujral was born in New Delhi, India and was raised in Staten Island, N.Y. Besides English, Dr. Gujral speaks four dialects of the Indian language. He has a vast experience in teaching and lecturing from a past position as an adjunct professor at the City University of New York, Staten Island. Dr. Gujral currently resides in North Brunswick, N.J., and is a proud new father to a baby boy with his wife Eva. His interests include fishing, kayaking, sports, and patient satisfaction. Visit us at *******www.footdoctorsnj****
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Experienced Crape Myrtle Tree Care. Crape Myrtle trees are a valuable resource in the Carteret County, NC coastal region. Save your valuable Crape Myrtle trees. For expereinced Crape Myrtle Tree Care, call Carteret County Tree Care at (252) 622 -4166. For additional information, visit *******carteretcountytreecare****/treemaintenance.html
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Carteret Title provides nationwide title insurance and other related services for the commercial & residential industry that protect you against any future claims against your property and potential financial loss.
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Howell, Edison and Monroe, NJ Podiatrist - Foot Care for Runners Dr. Hal Ornstein discusses foot care for runners. *******www.footdoctorsnj**** Many sports are hard on the feet because of quick repetitive movements, constricting footwear, and/or increased exposure to injury or trauma. Following is a brief overview of some of the most common injuries that result from particular sports. Martial Arts and Kick Boxing Injuries commonly seen as a result of martial arts and kick boxing include plantar fasciitis, Achilles tendonitis, sesamoiditis, and ankle sprains. Stretching is recommended to help prevent injury; specifically, a minimum of 15 minutes of stretching before performing any kicking or punching. Aerobics Impact forces from aerobics can reach up to six times the force of gravity, which is transmitted to each of the 26 bones in the foot. That is why proper shoes are crucial to successful, injury-free aerobics. Shoes should provide sufficient cushioning and shock absorption to compensate for pressure on the foot many times greater than found in walking. They must also have good medial-lateral stability. Team Sports Activities such as football, baseball, basketball, soccer, field hockey, and lacrosse often lead to ankle injuries as a result of play on artificial surfaces, improper footwear, and/or inadequate stretching. Visit our website: *******www.footdoctorsnj****
10 May 2011
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Howell, Edison and Monroe, NJ Podiatrist - Fungal Toenails Dr. Hal Ornstein discusses the causes, symptoms and treatments for fungal toenails. *******www.footdoctorsnj**** Various types of fungi are present everywhere in the environment. The dark, moist surroundings created by shoes and stockings make the feet especially susceptible to fungal infection. Most fungi are harmless until they penetrate the skin. A fungus can invade through minor cuts, or after injury or repeated irritation to the toes have caused the nail to separate from the bed. Fungal infections of the nail plate and nail matrix are quite common. Symptoms •Fungus may cause the nail to thicken and become yellow or brownish. •As the fungus grows, foul-smelling, moist debris can be seen. •Pressure from a thickened nail or the build-up of debris may make the toe painful. Treatments Treatment is best begun at the early stages of infection. The accumulation of debris under the nail plate can lead to an ingrown nail, or to a more serious bacterial infection that can spread beyond the foot. To reduce pain associated with a thickened, infected nail, your doctor may reduce its thickness by filing the nail plate down with a burr. Filing will not, however, prevent the infection from spreading. Oral and/or topical medications may be prescribed when: •Only a small portion of one nail is infected •Several nails are affected •Keeping the nail is desired Medication may or may not completely eliminate the fungus. Often, after medication is discontinued, the fungus recurs. Your podiatric surgeon will monitor the results of oral prescriptions carefully, and will explain any possible side effects. While topical medications usually do not eliminate the fungus, they may be effective when used directly on the nail bed, after the nail plate has been removed. Visit our website: *******www.footdoctorsnj****
10 May 2011
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Howell, Edison and Monroe, NJ Podiatrist - What is a Bunion Dr. Hal Ornstein discusses the symptoms, causes and treatments for bunions. *******www.footdoctorsnj**** A bunion is a bone deformity caused by an enlargement of the joint at the base and side of the big toe (metatarsophalangeal joint). Bunions form when the toe moves out of place. The enlargement and its protuberance cause friction and pressure as they rub against footwear. Over time, the movement of the big toe angles in toward the other toes, sometimes overlapping a third toe (known as Hallux Valgus). The growing enlargement or protuberance then causes more irritation or inflammation. In some cases, the big toe moves toward the second toe and rotates or twists, which is known as Hallus Abducto Valgus. Bunions can also lead to other toe deformities, such as hammertoe. Many people with bunions suffer from discomfort and pain from the constant irritation, rubbing, and friction of the enlargement against shoes. The skin over the toe becomes red and tender. Because this joint flexes with every step, the bigger the bunion gets, the more it hurts to walk. Over time, bursitis or arthritis may set in, the skin on the bottom of the foot may become thicker, and everyday walking may become difficult—all contributing to chronic pain. Wearing shoes that are too tight is the leading cause of bunions. Bunions are not hereditary, but they do tend to run in families, usually because of a faulty foot structure. Foot injuries, neuromuscular problems, flat feet, and pronated feet can contribute to their formation. It is estimated that bunions occur in 33 percent of the population in Western countries. Visit our website: *******www.footdoctorsnj****
10 May 2011
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What Causes Heel Pain? - Podiatrist in Edison, Howell and Monroe, NJ Dr. Ben Gujral discusses the symptoms, causes and treatments for heel pain (plantar fasciitis). *******www.footdoctorsnj**** Plantar fasciitis is the term commonly used to refer to heel and arch pain traced to an inflammation on the bottom of the foot. More specifically, plantar fasciitis is an inflammation of the connective tissue, called plantar fascia that stretches from the base of the toes, across the arch of the foot, to the point at which it inserts into the heel bone. Overpronation is the most common cause of plantar fasciitis. As the foot rolls inward excessively when walking, it flattens the foot, lengthens the arch, and puts added tension on the plantar fascia. Over time, this causes inflammation. Also known as heel spur syndrome, the condition is often successfully treated with conservative measures, such as the use of anti-inflammatory medications, ice packs, stretching exercises, orthotic devices, and physical therapy. Note: Please consult your physician before taking any medications. In persistent cases, Extracorporeal Shock Wave Treatment (ESWT) may be used to treat the heel pain. Visit our website: *******www.footdoctorsnj****
19 Jul 2011
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Children's Feet - Podiatrist in Edison, Howell and Monroe, NJ Dr. Ben Gujral discusses why foot pain is not normal in children. *******www.footdoctorsnj**** Children with strong, healthy feet avoid many kinds of lower extremity problems later in life. That's why it is important to inspect your children's feet periodically. Infants The size and shape of your baby's feet change quickly during their first year. Because a baby's feet are flexible, too much pressure or strain can affect the shape of their feet. It's important to allow baby to kick and stretch their feet freely. Also, make sure shoes and socks do not squeeze the toes. Toddlers Do not to force a toddler to walk before s/he is ready. Once walking begins, watch the toddler's gait. Many toddlers have a pigeon-toe gait, which is normal. Some initially learn to walk landing on their toes instead of their heels. Most children outgrow both these problems. But other conditions detected early can be treated more easily. When Foot Care Is Needed To help with flatfeet, special shoes or orthotics may be prescribed. To correct mild in-toeing or out-toeing, your toddler may need to sit in a different position while playing or watching TV. If your child's feet turn in or out a lot, corrective shoes, splints, or night braces may be prescribed. The foot's bone structure is well-formed by the time your child reaches age 7 or 8, but if a growth plate (the area where bone growth begins) is injured, the damaged plate may cause the bone to grow oddly. With a doctor's care, however, the risk of future bone problems is reduced. Remember to check your child's shoe size often. Make sure there is space between the toes and the end of the shoe and that the shoes are roomy enough to allow the toes to move freely. Don't let your child wear hand-me-downs shoes. Visit our website: *******www.footdoctorsnj****
19 Jul 2011
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Hello, I'm promoting my TV show. Currently NJ/NJ has access. Please read promo and ask any questions if you need. TV34 Montclair , NJ our television show will be coming on at. Check website for future listings. *******www.montclairnjusa****/tv34.html The show is currently called Unity TV. Currently many public access stations throughout New Jersey can access Unity TV from their servers. About Unity TV. Weather we're on an assignment or producing content in studio, Unity TV is a 3 year running show on public access that has brought awareness to spinal cord injury and inviting others to share their cause throughout New Jersey. There will be a transition from State to Nationally. This means even if you're not living in NJ, you'll be able to watch the show. Unity TV will then change to I Believe Inc. TV, a nonprofit organization I'm President of. How can you get involved. It's just a phone call to your local access station. Currently only cities on the list , click link *******jagonline****/index.php?q=node/11 have access. Once it goes National I'll inform you but the proceedure is just the same. If you saw your city on the list. The way to call your station is to watch it and get number. If you don't know the number, I usually do this. Got to this link *******tv.yahoo****/listings_setup Enter you Zip Code for example 07042 , Select your service type then Select your service provider. Click done The listing will appear, search channels and look for Local Access Programming You can watch and wait for their contact information and suggest the show is important to you and your family and for them to please provide the show to your station. It's that simple. What does this mean to you, Well if you're an organization that wants their events promoted and covered to be seen on the show this can be beneficial to you. I can always use instrumentals to embed in score, so if you make beats , you can donate them and receive credit at show ending. Talented Children, we invite parents the opportunity in their child's future. All children deserves a chance at fulfilling their aspirations despite any challenges. Together let's give them a forum to express them. Accessibility is important to many of us, if your club, restaurant, store or anything else is accessible, let us show the world. We also invite photographers, producers and aspiring directors to assist us into bridging the gap between, spinal cord injury in the media. I Believe Inc Is a 501 (c)3 nonprofit organization that is dedicated to the uplifting and empowerment of youth and the physically challenged. As an organization we aim to enrich the lives of those we touch and provide a renewed hope and progressive outlook on the future. An intricate part of our mission is to provide Awareness through Humanity. To enlighten, open and stimulate the minds of all on the crucial societal issues which affect the quality of life for many. You can help continue to improve the show by donating to. I Believe Inc 41 Watchung Plaza,Suite 357 Montclair, NJ 07042 This is such a great opportunity not just for me, congrats goes out to all of us. We're given the ball and now we can score a touchdown. I can't do this alone, you are my team. Below are links to past assignments and events already seen on the show. If you want to share content, let me know. Currently I'm looking for animators and cartoonist to donate their work in creating a 30 second intro. *******www.ireport****/docs/DOC-37968 *******www.ireport****/docs/DOC-67771 *******www.ireport****/docs/DOC-67688 *******www.ireport****/docs/DOC-89725 *******www.ireport****/docs/DOC-85569 Current CURRENT JAG MEMBERSRepresenting 865,000 homes in 100 towns. Atlantic City Absecon Avalon Bloomfield Twp. Brick Twp. Bridgewater Twp. Bronxnet, NY Brookdale CC Carteret Cedar Grove Ed. Central Regional High School Clifton Cranford East Brunswick Edison Edison Ed. Fair Lawn Franklin Twp. Freehold Twp. Galloway Twp. Glen Ridge Hopewell Borough Howell Twp. Jersey City Kean University Linwood Mainland HS. Livingston Lodi Borough Long Branch Mahwah Manalapan Twp. Manhattan Neighborhood Network, NY Metuchen Middletown Twp. Montclair Newark Ed. New Brunswick North Brunswick Oakland Old Bridge Orange Paterson Paterson Com. Paterson Ed. Pennsauken Twp. Perth Amboy Ed. Piscataway Plainfield Plainsboro Princeton Rahway Radnor, PA Ringwood Rutgers University Saddle Brook Sayreville Scotch Plains Somerville South Brunswick South Orange South River Summit Union Twp. Warren Washington Twp. Westfield Woodbridge Woodbridge Ed.
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*******www.citylofthotel****/ Going on vacation or taking a business trip? Whether business or pleasure, learn more about the property with a video before you book. City Loft Hotel, located at 301 Carteret Street, Beaufort, South Carolina, 29902, USA+ Contact the property directly at 843-379-5638 or visit *******www.citylofthotel****/
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*******www.citylofthotel****/ Going on vacation or taking a business trip? Whether business or pleasure, learn more about the property with a video before you book. City Loft Hotel, located at 301 Carteret Street, Beaufort, South Carolina, 29902, USA+ Contact the property directly at 843-379-5638 or visit *******www.citylofthotel****/
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Outer Banks Cleaning Service (252) 393-6199 Outer Banks Cleaning Services in Swansboro, NC is a locally owned residential and commercial cleaning company serving Carteret, Craven and Onslow Counties. *******outercleaning**** Address: 114 Rolling Hill Drive Swansboro, NC 28584
9 Jun 2012
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*******cold-storage-container-rental****/ Transportable Refrigeration Container rentals are readily available by contacting various container business on the net. Emergency Refrigeration is offered 24 hours and 7 days a week. Refrigeration units can likewise be leased for long term use. Container sizes are 8FT x 20FT, 8FT x 40FT, 8FT x 48FT, and 8FT x 53FT. The United states has many cities that we offering service to the following list is a sample of places that services are provided to; Southbury, Southington, Stevenson, Stratford, Hamden, West Haven, Bethany, Woodbridge, Bridgeport, Trumbull, Prospect, Bantam, Cornwall, Cornwall Bridge, Gaylordsville, Kent, Lakeside, Morris, Naugatuck, New Milford, New Preston Marble Dale, Oakville, Pequabuck, South Kent, Terryville, Torrington, Harwinton, Washington Depot, West Cornwall, Cos Cob, New Fairfield, Darien, Greenwich, Greens Farms, New Canaan, Norwalk, Old Greenwich, Redding Center, Redding Ridge, Ridgefield, Redding, Avenel, Bayonne, Boonton, Caldwell, Carteret.
17 Apr 2013
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*******mobile-kitchens-123**** Temporary Mobile Kitchens for Emergencies follow the same health codes as permanent dining facilities? Visit us at *******mobile-kitchens-123**** and call us 1-800-205-6106. In a Temporary dinning facility a Food Service administrator marked in the Mobile Kitchen facility is accountable for the overall food service of the whole facility. When renting or leasing a temporary facility they have to consider all the food safety functions first. Temporary Modular Facilities should provide a staple of food for a minimum of a four-day duration and disposable foods for a minimum of a one-day duration need to be kept on the properties. This is a basic requirement for a Temporary Kitchen Facility that we lease or lease to our commercial healthcare living places. An additional requirement is Food needs to be gotten from sources that follow all laws relating to food and food identifying. If food, based on spoilage, is eliminated from its original container, it must be kept sealed, and identified. Food based on spoilage need to likewise be dated. Numerous Kitchen Facility customers will likewise desire a temporary facility to have a place for handling paper work. Most mobile kitchen rental business are aware of food service running treatments. Mobile Kitchens Rental Company Units save supplies like; Plastic containers with tight fitting lids are appropriate for storage of staple foods in the pantry. Stevenson, Stratford, Hamden, West Haven, Bethany, Woodbridge, Bridgeport, Trumbull, Prospect, Bantam, Cornwall, Cornwall Bridge, Gaylordsville, Kent, Lakeside, Morris, Naugatuck, New Milford, New Preston Marble Dale, Oakville, Pequabuck, South Kent, Terryville, Torrington, Harwinton, Washington Depot, West Cornwall, Cos Cob, New Fairfield, Darien, Greenwich, Greens Farms, New Canaan, Norwalk, Old Greenwich, Redding Center, Redding Ridge, Ridgefield, Redding, Avenel, Bayonne, Boonton, Caldwell, Carteret, Cedar Grove, Cliffside Park, Clifton, Cranford, East Orange, Edgewater. Mobile refrigeration devices store potentially harmful food, such as meat and milk products, need to be saved at 45 degrees Fahrenheit or below. Hot food needs to be kept at 140 degrees Fahrenheit or above throughout preparation and serving. In numerous of our temporary cooking areas we equip them with steam tables. Food that is reheated need to be warmed to a minimum of 165 degrees Fahrenheit this is done in ovens and stove. Mobile Freezers Rental devices are generated to keep food at a temperature level of 0 degrees Fahrenheit or below and refrigerators have to be 41 degrees Fahrenheit or below. Thermostats must be put in the warmest area of the fridge and fridge to ensure proper temperature level. Short-term Kitchen Facilities are self-contained and satisfy all the refrigeration storage requirements.
8 May 2013
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*******modular-building-rentals**** Modular Building Rentals for Rental follow the exact same wellness codes as permanent dining facilities? Visit us at *******modular-building-rentals**** and call us 1-800-205-6106. In a Temporary dinning facility a Food Service administrator marked in the Mobile Kitchen facility is accountable for the overall food service of the entire facility. When renting or leasing a temporary facility they need to consider all the food safety features initially. Niantic, North Stonington, Preston, Oakdale, Old Lyme, Old Mystic, Oneco, Quaker Hill, South Lyme, Pawcatuck, Taftville, Uncasville, Versailles, Voluntown, Wauregan, West Mystic, Yantic, Fishers Island, Ansonia, Beacon Falls, Botsford, Branford, Centerbrook, Cobalt, Cromwell, Deep River, Killingworth, East Haddam, East Hampton, Haddam, Hadlyme, Hawleyville, Higganum, Ivoryton, Middle Haddam, Milldale, Moodus, Newtown, North Branford, Northford, North Westchester, Old Saybrook, Plantsville, Rockfall, Sandy Hook, Seymour, Shelton, South Britain, Southbury, Southington. Stevenson, Stratford, Hamden, West Haven, Bethany, Woodbridge, Bridgeport, Trumbull, Prospect, Bantam, Cornwall, Cornwall Bridge, Gaylordsville, Kent, Lakeside, Morris, Naugatuck, New Milford, New Preston Marble Dale, Oakville, Pequabuck, South Kent, Terryville, Torrington, Harwinton, Washington Depot, West Cornwall, Cos Cob, New Fairfield, Darien, Greenwich, Greens Farms, New Canaan, Norwalk, Old Greenwich, Redding Center, Redding Ridge, Ridgefield, Redding, Avenel, Bayonne, Boonton, Caldwell, Carteret, Cedar Grove, Cliffside Park, Clifton, Cranford, East Orange, Edgewater.
8 May 2013
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