New Jerseyans Charged with Opioid/Health Care Fraud; Farmer’s Market Nutrition Class

Source: NJ.com A doctor, a medical billing company owner and an MTA bus driver from Middlesex County were among the New Jerseyans charged this week as part of what federal officials are calling “the largest health care fraud and opioid enforcement action ever taken by the...
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Featured Video: CranioFacial Awareness

Cleft/CranioFacial Differences: ccaKids.org · Cleft Palate/CranioFacial Assn. Syndromes · N.J. Resources · N.J. Specialists · Donate A craniofacial disorder refers to an abnormality of the face and/or head. Craniofacial differences can result from...
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Study: Attending a concert once every two weeks can add nine years to your life

Source: Consequence of Sound Concerts can be daunting as you get older, what with late start times, a slew of opening acts, and the prospect of standing next to tall, sweaty people for several hours. A new study, however, claims that the effort’s worth it. Conducted by behavioral...
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N.J. Medicaid Patients Now Qualify for Smoking Cessation Medications

Source: NJ Spotlight The state Department of Human Services announced yesterday that language changes in the recently adopted state budget would make it easier for Medicaid patients to obtain medications — like gums, lozenges, and skin patches — to help them quit. The revision...
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Christ Hospital Cuts Ribbon on Salon For Cancer Victims

Source: Hudson Reporter Representatives of Christ Hospital, the Mo’Hair Foundation of Jersey City, and local elected officials cut the ribbon for a new Mo’Hair Foundation Salon at Christ Hospital intended to help men, women, and children struggling to maintain their self-esteem...
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North Brunswick: Gracie’s House provides love, empowerment for women who need healing

Source: CentralJersey.com At age 12, Antonia Montalvo was given drugs by a family member who struggled with substance abuse; that person would leave her in New Brunswick while seeking a high. She went to Rutgers Preparatory School, but lived a “double life,” hanging around drug...
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