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New Jersey First State to Regulate Carcinogenic Chemicals

Source: NJ Spotlight New Jersey became the first state to regulate the PFAS class of chemicals that have been linked to cancer and other illnesses, but which is not regulated by the federal government — despite a growing national focus on risks to public health from the...
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Featured Video: Head Lice Prevention 2018

Head Lice Awareness: National Pediculous Association · Myths vs. Facts · LiceBeGone.net · LiceMeister Comb Parents naturally put their children first, constantly seeking information to keep their families nurtured and safe. But when it comes to head lice, they’re often confronted...
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Medical Warning Against Vaginal Glitter Capsules

Source: BlackDoctor.org First, the trend was vajazzling — gluing crystals where your pubic hair used to be and running the risk of bacterial infections. Now it’s vaginal glitter capsules. Called Passion Dust, its manufacturers emphasize that the “only purpose” of the...
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Ridgewood: Valley Hospital Pediatrician On Weed Killer Ingredient Found In Oats

Source: NorthJersey.com The Environmental Working Group (EWG), a non-profit activist organization that searches for chemicals they deem harmful in foods, found that nearly three-quarters of the oat cereals, oatmeal, granola and snack bars they tested showed levels of glyphosate...
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NJ health Care Premiums Predicted to Decrease 9.3 Percent In 2019

Source: NJBiz.com New Jersey residents seeking health care in 2019 will see their rates drop by an average of 9.3 percent due to a package of laws and executive actions signed by New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy since assuming office in January, the governor said Friday. Speaking...
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Jersey City: 9/11 Memorial Blood Drive

Source: American Red Cross Jersey City Police & Fire Departments 9/11 Memorial Blood Drive Tues Sept 11 at 8am-6pm You may qualify to receive a Red Cross first aid kit courtesy of Suburban Propane. Click here to make an appointment
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