Whether you enjoy it with celery or straight out of the jar, millions are showing their love for peanut butter this November. Studies have shown the average American eats three pounds of peanut butter per …Read More →
Posts in the Category: CPR Office
This October 31st, Halloween doesn’t need to be scarily expensive. Here are just a few easy DIY ideas you can bring to any party that are sure to provide some frightening fun for friends and …Read More →
Lower back pain is the single leading cause of disability worldwide and millions of people suffer from spinal disorders including low back pain, scoliosis, disc disease, to name a few.
October 16th is World Spine Day …Read More →
According to the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI), nearly 25% of Americans are affected by a major mental illness such as depression, bipolar disorder, or schizophrenia.
On Mental Health Awareness Day, we take the time …Read More →
4 Health Benefits of Coffee
There was once a time when the only news of coffee’s effect on health was how it was bad for the heart, likely to cause ulcers and aggravate nerves. …Read More →
In June of 2016, UNICEF reported that nearly 50% of all deaths in children under five were attributable by malnutrition. This epidemic affects people of all ages and ethnicities on a global scale, where poverty …Read More →
In June of 2016, UNICEF reported that nearly 50% of all deaths in children under five were attributable to malnutrition. This epidemic affects people of all ages and ethnicities on a global scale, where poverty …Read More →
“Being nervous isn’t bad. It just means something important is happening.”
– Michael Jordan
As I was getting ready for my first day interning at CPR Communications, my suitemates at Montclair State University could tell I …Read More →
Coming to intern for CPR Communications has been one of the best decisions I have ever made. I was absolutely clueless and had zero experience in the public relations field, but that didn’t stop the …Read More →
Laughing is Good for your Health!
Knock-Knock! Did you know laughter can improve quality of life as well as social relationships? Research has shown that there are a number …Read More →