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The Sparta Independent:  Each Womanprenuer is unique, but all have fascinating life stories
LAFAYETTE — Winner Rosie Sanchez grew up in the Bronx, the sixth daughter to a single mother. Dr. Michele Takacs started on the family farm, baling hay and raising bees. Sarah Ziccardi revitalized a 60-year-old landmark. Dodie Guardia studied in one of the first-ever paddleboard yoga programs down south before introducing it to Lake Mohawk[see original article here]

The Advertiser News:  Local doctor makes donation to Father John’s Animal House
LAFAYETTE — Dr. M. Helena Takacs of Vitality Health Center in Lafayette raised over $400 for Father John’s Animal House. Due to success, she is extending the fundraiser… [see original article here]

New Jersey Herald: Chiropractor in Lafayette Awarded as one of the best
LAFAYETTE — Chiropractor Dr. M. Helena Takacs, of Takacs Wellness Center, has been named to the “America’s Best Chiropractors” list for 2016. Selections were made by the National Consumer Advisory Board, an organization that identifies top professionals in their fields… [see original article here]


The Township Journal: Chiropractor active in educating against drug use
SUSSEX COUNTY– The Sussex County Foundation for a Drug-Free World helped distribute over 2,000 Truth About Drugs booklets to seventh and eighth graders at Stewart Airport’s annual Y2Kids… [see original article here] 


Sparta Independent: Chiropractor sponsors Foundation for a Drug-Free World
LAFAYETTE– Having seen the negative effects of drugs on Sussex County residents, chiropractor and humanitarian Dr. M. Helena Takacs of Takacs Wellness Center located in Lafayette, sponsors the Sussex County Foundation for a Drug-Free World… [see original article here]


Macaroni Kid Sussex County, NJ: From the Doctor
SUSSEX COUNTY– Dr. M. Helena Takacs is a Sussex County chiropractor, volunteer for the Foundation for Wellness Professionals and wellness contributor to Macaroni Kid Sussex County, NJ.  She is the owner of Takacs Wellness Center in Lafayette and she has been serving Sussex County residents for over 33 years.  Members of the foundation are natural healthcare professionals who devote their time as motivational and keynote speakers, who perform Wellness Days, do blood pressure checks, spinal screenings and deliver educational workshops at no charge on health-related topics in their local communities.
Snow Shoveling Tips by Dr. Takacs and the Sussex County Foundation for Wellness Professionals
Spring into Health by Dr. Takacs and the Sussex County Foundation for Wellness Professionals


The Advertiser News:  Lafayette chiropractor plans season of giving
LAFAYETTE — It’s the beginning of the holiday season and Lafayette chiropractor, Dr. M. Helena Takacs want to celebrate the start of the season of giving by giving the community the most important gifts of all, the gifts of health and child well-being… [see original article here]


New Jersey Herald:  Tales of the past to be told during Lafayette cemetery walk
LAFAYETTE — Although the sign states the cemetery was constructed in 1828, the oldest stone in the Lafayette Cemetery dates back to 1793.  The Lafayette Preservation Foundation will be holding its second annual Lafayette Haunted Cemetery Tour, where attendees will walk through the cemetery, located off Route 15, during the dark of the night to hear ghost stories from five storytellers.  Tour takers will also be able to sip on cider, provided by Takacs Wellness Center in Lafayette, and eat cookies while sitting by a bonfire… [see original article here]


The Advertiser News:  Lafayette Ghost Walk reveals history
LAFAYETTE — As the October Hunter moon positioned over the hills of Lafayette on Oct. 15, streams of visitors ventured into the Lafayette Cemetery on present day Route 15, historically known as Union Turnpike.  The Lafayette Fire Department maintained the safety of all visitors and controlled the flow of Route 15 traffic. Takacs Chiropractic donated festive cider and cookies enjoyed by visitors around a campfire and haunting live music was performed by Mike Osborne… [see original article here]


Sparta Independent News:  Healing aches and pains through massage therapy
LAFAYETTE — Offering special attention to clients has kept Larry Lore’s Lorel Massage Therapy located within Takacs Wellness Center in business for years.  No matter how long he’s had a particular client — some of whom have been coming to him for more than a decade — he always starts each session with a short interview to get an understanding as to what the day’s aches and pains may be and what sort of massage the client would like… [see original article here]


New Jersey Herald:  Fundraiser helps Hamburg woman affected by stroke
SPARTA — A stroke awareness fundraiser in Sparta raised more than $12,000 and supported a local stroke victim from Hamburg…
Brielle Takacs-Senske is a senior at William Paterson University, as well as the community relations director at Takacs Wellness Center in Lafayette. She enlisted support from local businesses and organizations in her goal to raise $5,000 for the Slate family’s medical expenses. However, the event exceeded that goal.  Dr. Michele Takacs said that every year more than 700,000 Americans suffer a stroke and it is the third most common cause of death.  “Someone suffers a stroke every 45 seconds and lifestyle changes go a long way in preventing this debilitating disease,” Takacs said. “It is imperative that people fully understand its signs, namely summed up in its acronym, F.A.S.T. (face, arms, speech and time).”… [see original article here]


The Advertiser News:  Chiropractic Center helps raise money for KEEP
Lafayette — Takacs Chiropractic Center helped raise donations for the Kids Educational Enrichment Program (KEEP) Inc. during the organization’s 2nd Annual Putter Cup Event held at Tree City Mini Golf in Vernon. The staff donated their time and free health services were offered through the Wheel of Health in exchange for donations to KEEP. All proceeds of the event benefited KEEP’s programming and its scholarship assistance fund. KEEP provides before- and after-school care and other services around Sussex County.  The center incorporates a personalized care program for patients that includes pain management as well as wellness-based care including nutrition and weight loss services… [see original article here]


New Jersey Herald: A generation rocks and remembers at boomer bash
NEWTON — For six hours on Saturday, people were invited to a flashback with the Baby Boomer’s Bash, held at Sussex County Community College.  In “2014 every Boomer will have turned 50,” said Donna Lee Amerman, promotions manager of the New Jersey Herald. “We decided to do a celebration for this savvy, intellectual, smart, incredible generation that loves music and loves to have fun.”  …Various presentations were given, including the “5 Secrets to Looking and Feeling Young” by Dr. M. Helena Takacs of Takacs Chiropractic & Wellness Center… [see original article here]


The Advertiser News:  Chiropractor holds fundraiser at the fair
Lafayette — Dr. Michele Takacs and staff will sponsoring their 23rd annual NJ State Fair fundraiser this year.  The event is a way to introduce community residents to Dr. Takacs’ natural drug-free chiropractic health care and spinal rehabilitation methods as well as to support the Deborah Heart & Lung Center in Browns Mills… [see original article here]