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Salem Community College Gets Grant for Nursing Students; Atlantic Country Addiction Help Mobile Unit

Source: NJ.com The Salem Health and Wellness Foundation has awarded a $138,000 grant to the Salem Community College Foundation for Practical and Associate nursing scholarships for the 2018-2019 school year. SCC currently admits 82 students in their nursing programs. “Many...
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Bedminster and Hamburg: Weichert Realtors Fundraise for American Cancer Society

Sources: Bill Spadea, New Jersey Radio 101.5; NJ Herald.com When it comes to charities, you know that I’m all about action over awareness. Two groups that really embrace that idea are Weichert Realtors and the American Cancer Society. For the past five or six years,...
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How to Make Healthier Ramen Noodles

Source: LiveStrong.com Instant ramen noodles originated in Japan in 1958 for workers with limited lunch breaks. Demand from budget-conscious college students, dieters, and families needing quick meal solutions has turned ramen into American pantry staple. While each serving of...
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Medicare For All Explained With Partisan Math And Donuts

Source: CommonDreams.org Judging by the headlines alone, it would appear that the newly published study projecting that Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders‘ widely popular Medicare for All plan would cost $32.6 trillion over the next decade was conducted by an official, neutral...
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Old Bridge Blood Drive; East Orange Family Support Jobs

Sources: CentralJersey.com Saint Thomas the Apostle Church, in cooperation with the Knights of Columbus Council 4815, will hold a summer blood drive from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Aug. 4 in the parish auditorium, 333 Route 18, Old Bridge. Donors must be ages 16-75, weigh at least 110...
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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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