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NJ Adults with Disabilities Are Being Forced from out-of-state facilities

Source: Courier-Post.com VOORHEES Lauren Meltzer doesn’t want to leave her home of 11 years. But she might have to, since the New Jersey Department of Human Services has informed the South Jersey native that it will no longer pay for the special needs services she receives...
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Outlook Eyecare: Seasonal allergies and the eye

Source: GMN News Health For most people, spring brings with it short-sleeved shirts, outdoor activities, no more cold weather, and fun days in the sun. However, for some it means another dreaded season plagued with allergies. Seasonal allergies are brought on from an immune...
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Hunterdon Medical Center Pharmacist Honored by Waves of Health Organization

Source: NJ.com Hunterdon Medical Center pharmacist Rani Madduri, Pharm. D of Somerset was named the Volunteer Of The Year through the Waves of Health organization for her passion in pharmacy and dedication to serving the underserved. On Nov. 1, 2014, Waves of Health returned to...
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Stroke Awareness With Pro Basketball’s Paul George

Warning Signs App · Risk Factors · Power To End Stroke · Donate Sources: American Stroke Association; Power to End Stroke Created in 1997, the American Stroke Association is dedicated to prevention, diagnosis and treatment to save lives from stroke — America’sNo. 5 killer and a...
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Jersey Shore University Medical Center, Raritan Bay Health Services to Merge?

Source: Asbury Park Press The merger of Meridian Health, the parent company of Jersey Shore University Medical Center, and Raritan Bay Health Services Corp., its neighbor in Middlesex County, is moving forward. After nearly seven months of review, the boards of trustees for the...
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Tourette’s Awareness Day in Jefferson Township

Sources: North Jersey.com, NJ Center for Tourettes Syndrome Kyla Butler clutched her copy of an official Township of Jefferson Proclamation proudly at the Wednesday, April 22, council meeting. Joan and Kyla Butler listen to Mayor Russell Felter read a proclamation for Tourette’s...
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