WOR710’s HealthNavigator Spoke with Dr. Ron Armenti, Nancy Barone, Bob Durso and Ziad Khoury

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Guests discussed foot and ankle health, the Harbor Lights Ball, and the Middle Eastern diet.

Dr. Ron Armenti, Nancy Barone, Bob Durso and special guest Ziad Khoury joined host Abe Kasbo on Sunday, September 16 at 10 p.m. on WOR’s HealthNavigator, a health and wellness show dedicated to an hour of healthcare and better living.

As a podiatrist and surgeon at Raritan Bay Medical Center, Dr. Ron Armenti provides medical and surgical treatment for foot and ankle problems. Dr. Armenti examined the common medical problems caused by flip flops and high heels. He discussed how women can alleviate the stress and pain associated with wearing high heels. Dr. Armenti also highlighted the typical sports injuries seen at this time of the year that cause foot and ankle problems.

Nancy Barone and Bob Durso discussed the upcoming Harbor Lights Ball held by the Raritan Bay Medical Center Foundation. Listeners were invited to attend the ball this Saturday, September 29th at the Renaissance Woodbridge Hotel. Now in its 28th year, the Harbor Lights Ball is raising funds in support of Raritan Bay Medical Center's renovation project. Barone and Durso previewed some of the exciting events lined up for the fundraiser such as the Silent Auction, which will feature hand-held bidding devices for each participant. Visit RBMCFoundation.org to register for the Harbor Lights Ball.

Chef Ziad Khoury, owner of Middle Eastern bakery Zen Bakeries, joined the Food and Nutrition segment of the show. Khoury discussed the benefits of the Middle Eastern diet. He also compared and contrasted the typical Middle Eastern breakfast to the typical American breakfast. Khoury also described the importance of using local, fresh ingredients.

HealthNavigator is hosted by Verasoni Worldwide CEO Abe Kasbo and is sponsored by Raritan Bay Medical Center. The show is produced by Verasoni Worldwide, a marketing and public relations firm based in Montclair, NJ.

About Raritan Bay Medical Center
A New Jersey state-designated primary stroke center, RBMC, with locations in Old Bridge and Perth Amboy, is one of less than two percent of hospitals nationally to achieve re-designation as a Magnet Hospital, recognizing nursing excellence, and is a recipient of the American Stroke Association Get with the Guidelines - Stroke Silver Performance Achievement Award, and the American Heart Association Get with the Guidelines – Heart Failure Gold Performance Achievement Award. The hospital’s Human Motion Institute is devoted to providing superior outcomes and patient satisfaction in all areas of musculoskeletal treatment, and its Institute for Weight Loss at Old Bridge provides individualized medical and surgical weight loss options. Other specialty services including the Center for Wound Healing, Center for Sleep Medicine, Center for Women and Pulmonary Rehabilitation and Physical Therapy programs. RBMC’s Medical Pavilion at Woodbridge provides urgent care services without an appointment 365 days a year, an obstetrics and gynecology physician practice and outpatient physical therapy services. To learn more visit http://www.rbmc.org or facebook.com/myrbmc.

About Verasoni Worldwide
Verasoni Worldwide is a full-service marketing and PR agency with offices in Montclair, New Jersey and New York City. Verasoni Worldwide delivers expertise to multiple markets including healthcare, financial services and banking, government, travel and hospitality and not for profit. Verasoni Worldwide is widely recognized as a leader in developing and implementing meaningful, cut-through creative campaigns for clients. Verasoni Worldwide is a pioneer of the integration of digital and traditional media, including public relations, advertising, brand development, reputation management and global marketing communications strategies. To learn more visit verasoni.com. Facebook.com/verasoni. Twitter:@verasoni.

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