Month

April 2014

N.J. Hospital Association president has championed early childhood health in her role

Source: NJ.com As head of the New Jersey Hospital Association, Betsy Ryan takes a modest view of her own efforts to reduce infant mortality rates, birth defects and premature births. Recently, she received the March of Dimes’ Visionary Award for the research and improvements in...
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Proposed E-cigarette tax could help pay for heroin addiction treatment

Source: NJ Health. com Money generated by Gov. Chris Christie’s proposed tax on electronic cigarettes should be used to expand drug treatment services and combat the “public health crisis” of heroin and prescription drug addiction in New Jersey, the chairman of...
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Report: The Affordable Healthcare Act Lowers Other Insurance Rates

Source: BurntOrange.com The Affordable Care Act isn’t just making health care more affordable. It’s actually bringing your car insurance rates down too – not to mention workers’ compensation and business liability insurance costs. According to a study by...
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Featured Video: Autism Advocacy Groups Want Federal Dollars Reallocated

Autism Awareness: Advocacy Groups AgeOfAutism.com – AutismNJ.org – AutismSpeaksNJ.org Source: DisabilityScoop.com With the nation’s primary autism legislation set to expire soon, some disability advocates are pressing for major changes in the federal government’s...
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Dr. Oz Strikes Back Against Internet Health Scammers

By Mehmet C. “Dr. Oz” MD The moment I recommend any solution or product to better your health, I notice my words, name and image get manipulated and used by stores, companies and websites that try to sell their products for a quick buck. I’m mad about this because it...
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Advantage Career Institute to Join “Pink Your Business” This Month

ACI.edu ‘Pinks’ its Business to Raise Awareness of the Importance of Annual Mammograms EATONTOWN, N.J. — Advantage Career Institute Medical and Dental School has joined the cause to raise awareness of the importance of annual mammography, and it will do so by...
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