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If you're like most adults, your parents probably loaded you up with vitamin C whenever you had the sniffles or a cold. Your younger self might not have believed it worked, but as it turns out, your parents were onto something. According to doctors, vitamin C is one of the most important vitamins to consume. It might not be the cure-all for the common cold, but it absolutely helps maintain your immune system so you can fight the cold quicker. Also known as ascorbic acid, vitamin C also protects your body from prenatal health issues, cardiovascular problems, eye diseases, and even wrinkly skin.

When your body lacks vitamin C for a long time, you're sure to notice. Though vitamin C deficiency is relatively rare in the U.S., adults who go long periods without it may get sick frequently and suffer from other immune system issues. In extreme cases, people may get scurvy, which causes a litany of issues like joint pain, bleeding gums, and depression.

Vitamin-C

B vitamins like riboflavin (B2), niacin (B3), folic acid (b9), and cobalamin (B12) play a crucial role in keeping you healthy and maintaining your overall wellbeing. If you want a healthier body, B vitamins are critical, as they are literally building blocks that help preserve your brain functionality, cell metabolism, and energy. For pregnant women, B vitamins in IV drips are especially important because they help your new baby's brain develop while in the womb. B vitamins have also been shown to prevent congenital disabilities. Plus, they help ease feelings of nausea, which is a big bonus for moms and dads alike.

When your body is vitamin B deficient, you're putting yourself at risk of many health problems, such as complications with pregnancy, nervous system disorders, amenia, and gastric cancers.

Vitamin-B

Like the other vitamins and nutrients on this page, magnesium plays an important part in your body's total health. As a cofactor or helper molecule, magnesium has a role in 600+ bodily functions, including protein formation, nerve function, gene function, muscle movement, and energy production. If you're having a stressful day or week, high-potency magnesium has been shown to have relaxation properties that help calm your nerves and muscles. Unfortunately, most Americans don't get enough magnesium in their diets.

When your body is magnesium deficient, you could be playing with fire. Magnesium deficiency has been linked to chronic health concerns like osteoporosis, diabetes, and even heart disease. If you're feeling unusually weak or suffering from irregular muscle cramps, a vitamin IV session from Juventee could be the solution you need.

Magnesium

Just about every health food and drink in the stores boasts high levels of antioxidants. That's great, but what are they? Antioxidants are substances shown to slow or prevent cell damage from free radicals. Free radicals are unstable molecules linked to inflammation, disease, and forms of cancer. According to the National Library of Medicine, antioxidants also act as hydrogen and electron donors, as well as enzyme inhibitors.

Most humans get some types of antioxidants naturally through eating and drinking. However, IV vitamin therapy is a much more effective way to fight back against free radicals with antioxidants. When your body lacks antioxidants, free radical production increases, which causes oxidative stress - a harmful situation linked to arthritis, cancers, strokes, and Parkinson's disease.

Antioxidants

Thankfully, Juventee's IV vitamin therapy in West Orange, NJ contains antioxidants that may scavenge and reduce the free radicals affecting your health.

Some additional vitamins and nutrients found in most IV vitamin therapies include:

  • Calcium
  • Amino Acids
  • Threonine
  • Arginine
  • Tryptophan
  • Vitamin E
  • Vitamin D
  • More

Treat Your Body Right with IV Vitamin Therapy from Juventee

If your goal is to nourish your body with nutrients and vitamins, Juventee's IV vitamin therapy in cityname, state is the key you need to unlock success. We believe that balance is key to your health and wellness, which is why our specialists employ the most innovative medical advances in our treatment options and products. Unlike other vitamin IV clinics, our focus is on providing you with a full range of health services to help you reach your full potential.

That way, you can satisfy your aesthetic, physical, and nutritional needs while positively impacting your emotional wellbeing too. If you're on the fence about getting healthy and re-discovering the joys of youth, contact our office today. It would be our pleasure to talk about your concerns and how our preventative, proactive treatments like IV vitamin therapy can help on your journey to health.

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Will I See The Total Solar Eclipse In West Orange?

When will the eclipse begin in West Orange? See some important details about this year's super-rare celestial event.Patch StaffWEST ORANGE, NJ — Excitement is building in West Orange for the April 8 total solar eclipse. And although the town’s residents aren’t among the 32 million Americans living in the “path of totality,” they can still catch a partial glimpse of the celestial rarity.In the United States, the path of totality extends from Texas to Maine, but each of the 48 continental st...

When will the eclipse begin in West Orange? See some important details about this year's super-rare celestial event.

Patch Staff

WEST ORANGE, NJ — Excitement is building in West Orange for the April 8 total solar eclipse. And although the town’s residents aren’t among the 32 million Americans living in the “path of totality,” they can still catch a partial glimpse of the celestial rarity.

In the United States, the path of totality extends from Texas to Maine, but each of the 48 continental states will see some of the solar eclipse, which occurs when the moon slips between our bright star and Earth. See Related: You Must Protect Your Eyes, Regardless Of Eclipse Totality: What You Need

In West Orange, the moon will cover about 90.6 percent of the sun at the peak of the eclipse, according to a NASA map that is searchable by ZIP code.

Here are the local details for the eclipse:

The total solar eclipse starts in Mexico, entering the United States in Texas and traveling through Oklahoma, Arkansas, Missouri, Illinois, Kentucky, Indiana, Ohio, Pennsylvania, New York, Vermont, New Hampshire and Maine, as well as small parts of Tennessee and Michigan, before entering Canada in southern Ontario through Quebec, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island and Cape Breton before exiting continental North America on the Atlantic coast of Newfoundland, Canada.

Find out what's happening in West Orangewith free, real-time updates from Patch.

If you plan to take in the total eclipse of the sun on April 8, the right eye protection is crucial for safety. Sunglasses won’t cut it.

Except during the brief total phase of a total solar eclipse, when the moon completely blocks the sun’s bright face and only solar corona visible, it is unsafe to look directly at the sun without specialized eye protection to block harmful solar radiation, according or NASA. See Related: 2024 Great American Eclipse: What To Know

Amazon has a wide collection of NASA-approved solar eclipse glasses, and the American Astronomical Society has more vendors whose eclipse glasses have been certified as safe. Wherever you acquire protective eyewear, it should meet or exceed the international safety standard of ISO 12312-2:2015.

One other safe way to view the eclipse is with a do-it-yourself pinhole projector that shows the sun on a nearby surface. The American Astronomical Society has pinhole projector DIY instructions.

Eclipse chasers who plan to photograph the event or view it through binoculars or telescopes need to take precautions, too.

“Viewing any part of the bright Sun through a camera lens, binoculars, or a telescope without a special-purpose solar filter secured over the front of the optics will instantly cause severe eye injury,” NASA said.

Also, solar filters protect the camera’s imaging sensor as well as correct for the exposure, according to camera maker Nikon. See Related: How To Hear The Eclipse When It’s Unsafe To View It, Even With Protective Eyewear

This article contains reporting from the Patch national desk

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Will I See The Total Solar Eclipse In West Orange?

When will the eclipse begin in West Orange? See some important details about this year's super-rare celestial event.Patch StaffWEST ORANGE, NJ — Excitement is building in West Orange for the April 8 total solar eclipse. And although the town’s residents aren’t among the 32 million Americans living in the “path of totality,” they can still catch a partial glimpse of the celestial rarity.In the United States, the path of totality extends from Texas to Maine, but each of the 48 continental st...

When will the eclipse begin in West Orange? See some important details about this year's super-rare celestial event.

Patch Staff

WEST ORANGE, NJ — Excitement is building in West Orange for the April 8 total solar eclipse. And although the town’s residents aren’t among the 32 million Americans living in the “path of totality,” they can still catch a partial glimpse of the celestial rarity.

In the United States, the path of totality extends from Texas to Maine, but each of the 48 continental states will see some of the solar eclipse, which occurs when the moon slips between our bright star and Earth. See Related: You Must Protect Your Eyes, Regardless Of Eclipse Totality: What You Need

In West Orange, the moon will cover about 90.6 percent of the sun at the peak of the eclipse, according to a NASA map that is searchable by ZIP code.

Here are the local details for the eclipse:

The total solar eclipse starts in Mexico, entering the United States in Texas and traveling through Oklahoma, Arkansas, Missouri, Illinois, Kentucky, Indiana, Ohio, Pennsylvania, New York, Vermont, New Hampshire and Maine, as well as small parts of Tennessee and Michigan, before entering Canada in southern Ontario through Quebec, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island and Cape Breton before exiting continental North America on the Atlantic coast of Newfoundland, Canada.

Find out what's happening in West Orangewith free, real-time updates from Patch.

If you plan to take in the total eclipse of the sun on April 8, the right eye protection is crucial for safety. Sunglasses won’t cut it.

Except during the brief total phase of a total solar eclipse, when the moon completely blocks the sun’s bright face and only solar corona visible, it is unsafe to look directly at the sun without specialized eye protection to block harmful solar radiation, according or NASA. See Related: 2024 Great American Eclipse: What To Know

Amazon has a wide collection of NASA-approved solar eclipse glasses, and the American Astronomical Society has more vendors whose eclipse glasses have been certified as safe. Wherever you acquire protective eyewear, it should meet or exceed the international safety standard of ISO 12312-2:2015.

One other safe way to view the eclipse is with a do-it-yourself pinhole projector that shows the sun on a nearby surface. The American Astronomical Society has pinhole projector DIY instructions.

Eclipse chasers who plan to photograph the event or view it through binoculars or telescopes need to take precautions, too.

“Viewing any part of the bright Sun through a camera lens, binoculars, or a telescope without a special-purpose solar filter secured over the front of the optics will instantly cause severe eye injury,” NASA said.

Also, solar filters protect the camera’s imaging sensor as well as correct for the exposure, according to camera maker Nikon. See Related: How To Hear The Eclipse When It’s Unsafe To View It, Even With Protective Eyewear

This article contains reporting from the Patch national desk

Send local news tips and correction requests to [email protected]. Learn more about advertising on Patch here. Find out how to post announcements or events to your local Patch site.

West Orange Council Rebuffs Mayor’s Attempt To Squash Lawsuit

WEST ORANGE, NJ — Want to end the lawsuit? Then “simply withdraw it.” That was the reasoning from West Orange Town Council member Asmeret Ghebremicael on Tuesday in response to an ongoing legal battle over the township attorney’s office.For the past year, West Orange’s municipal government has been embroiled in a legal controversy surrounding Richard Trenk, who has been serving as the town attorney despite the absence of a work contract and a "no support" resolution from the council. See...

WEST ORANGE, NJ — Want to end the lawsuit? Then “simply withdraw it.” That was the reasoning from West Orange Town Council member Asmeret Ghebremicael on Tuesday in response to an ongoing legal battle over the township attorney’s office.

For the past year, West Orange’s municipal government has been embroiled in a legal controversy surrounding Richard Trenk, who has been serving as the town attorney despite the absence of a work contract and a "no support" resolution from the council. See Related: Lawsuit Over West Orange Town Attorney Continues

The situation has spurred an ongoing lawsuit between Mayor Susan McCartney – who is in Trenk’s corner – and some members of the West Orange Town Council, who say that the longtime litigator and his law firm shouldn’t be getting payments from the township until the matter is sorted out.

Last week, an Essex County Superior Court judge granted a preliminary injunction in favor of McCartney, ruling that Trenk can remain the town attorney until the case is settled for good. He will be allowed to bill the township for “all work necessary” in connection with the job.

A mayor-backed resolution introduced during Tuesday’s council meeting would have dismissed the litigation – with prejudice and without costs – and cleared the way to turn the temporary injunction into a permanent one.

Find out what's happening in West Orangewith free, real-time updates from Patch.

However, no members of the town council seconded a motion to vote on Resolution 112-24, putting the legislation into limbo (watch the video below, cued to the discussion).

Ghebremicael said that she didn’t support the resolution because she felt there is “no need” for one.

“The mayor initiated the litigation – we did not,” the councilwoman said. “She can simply withdraw it. I don’t even understand why we’re even voting on it.”

One of her council peers, Michelle Casalino, disagreed.

“Why did the mayor place this lawsuit on the council?” she questioned. “Because government was not moving.”

“I still think we should end this,” Casalino said, adding that the council has already tallied a $50,000 legal bill for the case – and it may take at least $25,000 to move forward.

“I think that money could be much better spent for many other items that we need here in the township,” she said. “I think we should support this and be done with it for the taxpayers of this community.”

Council President Bill Rutherford – who has alleged that McCartney and Trenk have “deceived” residents with misleading comments about the temporary injunction – questioned that line of reasoning.

“The only reason we have those bills at all is because we were sued,” the councilman asserted.

THE DEBATE OVER TRENK

McCartney has cheered for the judge’s temporary order, saying it will allow the town to move forward and put the legal brouhaha behind them. The mayor has also issued multiple statements on Trenk’s behalf, pointing to his three decades of experience as an attorney.

Trenk has advocated on his own behalf before the council, appearing at a meeting in June 2023 to offer his input on the resolution of no support (watch the video here; Trenk’s comments begin at the 2:07:20 mark).

“I have sought to provide thoughtful and competent advice to every mayor and every council person and every employee of this town whenever my advice and input have been sought,” he said.

“At no time during my service as township attorney has the township ever been faulted for any ethical or professional transgressions,” Trenk continued. “During my tenure, no attorney working on behalf of the township has engaged in anything that can ever be remotely considered illegal or immoral.”

However, some council members and residents have been growing increasingly critical of Trenk’s track record advising the town on legal matters, including several important development projects.

During the public comment portion of Tuesday’s meeting, local resident Micaela Bennett argued that the resolution on the table is a bad deal for West Orange – and so is the current township attorney.

“Don’t even bother trying to fix it,” she told the council, asking them to pan Resolution 112-24.

“This case – and this township – is in this condition, all because of Richard Trenk,” she added. “The council majority is doing the people’s work. And there are thousands of us who support your efforts of ridding this town of the Trenk chokehold, once and for all.”

Other critics of Trenk's role with the township have included nonprofit advocacy group Our Green West Orange.

“Mr. Trenk is responsible for bringing to West Orange the most financially disastrous redevelopment deals, gifting favored developers 30-year tax breaks while the town council and mayor inevitably raise the rest of the community’s taxes to exorbitant levels,” the group recently wrote. See their analysis of Trenk’s service with the township here.

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West Orange Council Rebuffs Mayor’s Attempt To Squash Lawsuit

WEST ORANGE, NJ — Want to end the lawsuit? Then “simply withdraw it.” That was the reasoning from West Orange Town Council member Asmeret Ghebremicael on Tuesday in response to an ongoing legal battle over the township attorney’s office.For the past year, West Orange’s municipal government has been embroiled in a legal controversy surrounding Richard Trenk, who has been serving as the town attorney despite the absence of a work contract and a "no support" resolution from the council. See...

WEST ORANGE, NJ — Want to end the lawsuit? Then “simply withdraw it.” That was the reasoning from West Orange Town Council member Asmeret Ghebremicael on Tuesday in response to an ongoing legal battle over the township attorney’s office.

For the past year, West Orange’s municipal government has been embroiled in a legal controversy surrounding Richard Trenk, who has been serving as the town attorney despite the absence of a work contract and a "no support" resolution from the council. See Related: Lawsuit Over West Orange Town Attorney Continues

The situation has spurred an ongoing lawsuit between Mayor Susan McCartney – who is in Trenk’s corner – and some members of the West Orange Town Council, who say that the longtime litigator and his law firm shouldn’t be getting payments from the township until the matter is sorted out.

Last week, an Essex County Superior Court judge granted a preliminary injunction in favor of McCartney, ruling that Trenk can remain the town attorney until the case is settled for good. He will be allowed to bill the township for “all work necessary” in connection with the job.

A mayor-backed resolution introduced during Tuesday’s council meeting would have dismissed the litigation – with prejudice and without costs – and cleared the way to turn the temporary injunction into a permanent one.

Find out what's happening in West Orangewith free, real-time updates from Patch.

However, no members of the town council seconded a motion to vote on Resolution 112-24, putting the legislation into limbo (watch the video below, cued to the discussion).

Ghebremicael said that she didn’t support the resolution because she felt there is “no need” for one.

“The mayor initiated the litigation – we did not,” the councilwoman said. “She can simply withdraw it. I don’t even understand why we’re even voting on it.”

One of her council peers, Michelle Casalino, disagreed.

“Why did the mayor place this lawsuit on the council?” she questioned. “Because government was not moving.”

“I still think we should end this,” Casalino said, adding that the council has already tallied a $50,000 legal bill for the case – and it may take at least $25,000 to move forward.

“I think that money could be much better spent for many other items that we need here in the township,” she said. “I think we should support this and be done with it for the taxpayers of this community.”

Council President Bill Rutherford – who has alleged that McCartney and Trenk have “deceived” residents with misleading comments about the temporary injunction – questioned that line of reasoning.

“The only reason we have those bills at all is because we were sued,” the councilman asserted.

THE DEBATE OVER TRENK

McCartney has cheered for the judge’s temporary order, saying it will allow the town to move forward and put the legal brouhaha behind them. The mayor has also issued multiple statements on Trenk’s behalf, pointing to his three decades of experience as an attorney.

Trenk has advocated on his own behalf before the council, appearing at a meeting in June 2023 to offer his input on the resolution of no support (watch the video here; Trenk’s comments begin at the 2:07:20 mark).

“I have sought to provide thoughtful and competent advice to every mayor and every council person and every employee of this town whenever my advice and input have been sought,” he said.

“At no time during my service as township attorney has the township ever been faulted for any ethical or professional transgressions,” Trenk continued. “During my tenure, no attorney working on behalf of the township has engaged in anything that can ever be remotely considered illegal or immoral.”

However, some council members and residents have been growing increasingly critical of Trenk’s track record advising the town on legal matters, including several important development projects.

During the public comment portion of Tuesday’s meeting, local resident Micaela Bennett argued that the resolution on the table is a bad deal for West Orange – and so is the current township attorney.

“Don’t even bother trying to fix it,” she told the council, asking them to pan Resolution 112-24.

“This case – and this township – is in this condition, all because of Richard Trenk,” she added. “The council majority is doing the people’s work. And there are thousands of us who support your efforts of ridding this town of the Trenk chokehold, once and for all.”

Other critics of Trenk's role with the township have included nonprofit advocacy group Our Green West Orange.

“Mr. Trenk is responsible for bringing to West Orange the most financially disastrous redevelopment deals, gifting favored developers 30-year tax breaks while the town council and mayor inevitably raise the rest of the community’s taxes to exorbitant levels,” the group recently wrote. See their analysis of Trenk’s service with the township here.

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Plan To Build Popeyes, Sonic In West Orange May Be Dead In Water

Advocates: "We believe our township should foster more small business, not drive-thrus that make this busy intersection even more unsafe."Patch StaffWEST ORANGE, NJ — A plan to build two fast food restaurants in West Orange – a Popeyes and a Sonic – may have hit a brick wall.Last year, a developer submitted plans for a property at 470 Eagle Rock Avenue, proposing to demolish the existing one-story building and construct two fast food restaurants where the China Gourmet cocktail lounge once s...

Advocates: "We believe our township should foster more small business, not drive-thrus that make this busy intersection even more unsafe."

Patch Staff

WEST ORANGE, NJ — A plan to build two fast food restaurants in West Orange – a Popeyes and a Sonic – may have hit a brick wall.

Last year, a developer submitted plans for a property at 470 Eagle Rock Avenue, proposing to demolish the existing one-story building and construct two fast food restaurants where the China Gourmet cocktail lounge once stood. Both would have contained drive-thrus, with a total of 28 parking spaces at the site. Read More: 2 New Fast Food Restaurants May Come To West Orange (See The Plan)

The proposal saw split opinions among West Orange residents.

“Land use should be the choice of the land owner,” one commenter wrote, responding to our earlier article about the plan. “I am glad to see a taxpaying business as opposed to an empty building we need to be welcoming to business of all types as it will help our tax base.”

“Why fast food?” another person commented. “That brings undesirables instead of a family-based, sit-down restaurant such as Applebee’s, BGR Burger, Mexican restaurant or something other than fast food. Is West Orange that hard up for $$$ we’ll lower our standards?”

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The debate may now be moot, however.

According to the West Orange Zoning Board’s agenda for their March 21 meeting, there is a pending resolution for the plan at 470 Eagle Rock Avenue to be “dismissed without prejudice.”

Local advocacy group Our Green West Orange, which has opposed the project, issued a statement about its apparent demise on Tuesday.

“Our Green West Orange, alongside everyone who helped fend off the fast-food drive-thru proposed at 470 Eagle Rock Avenue, just notched another victory,” the group wrote. “The developer, MPB Realty, LLC, has withdrawn its application to squeeze not one, but two fast-food restaurants into a single crowded lot.”

“We believe our township should foster more small business, not drive-thrus that make this busy intersection even more unsafe and turn West Orange into an I-280 pitstop,” advocates added.

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