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NJ’s Top Court Rules Horizon Must Divulge Details of ‘Secret’ OMNIA Plan

Source: NJ Spotlight.com The New Jersey Supreme Court has granted four hospitals access to the McKinsey & Co. report, overturning an Appellate Court decision from June 2016 supporting Horizon’s claims that the materials were “irrelevant and confidential.” The top court noted...
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United Nations Report: For First time, Over Half Of People With HIV On Medication

Source: Associated Press For the first time in the AIDS epidemic that has spanned four decades and killed 35 million people, more than half of all those infected with HIV are on drugs to treat the virus, the United Nations said in a report released this week. AIDS deaths are also...
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Report: Lead in 55 percent of water fountains and taps in Bergen school districts

Source: North Jersey.com The majority of the districts surveyed by Environment New Jersey had at least one fountain or sink where lead readings exceeded the level set by the Environmental Protection Agency that requires districts to take some action. The report comes as the...
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Eat Right NJ: How To Talk To Kids About Their Weight

Source: EatRightNJ.org Encourage open dialogue. Go ahead and talk with your children about weight and encourage them to share their thoughts and feelings about body image whenever they arise. When children discuss feelings about weight with you, be sure to listen and acknowledge...
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Featured Video: State of Emergency Summer 2017 Blood Drive

2017 Summer Blood Drive: Emergency Shortage Declared Community Blood Services · New Jersey Blood Services Central Jersey Blood Center · New Jersey Red Cross · Community Blood Council New Jersey Blood Services (NJBS), a division of New York Blood Center...
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Jersey City program seeks to keep kids healthy and fed this summer

Source: NJ.com Former New York Yankee player Pat Kelly and Jersey City schools Superintendent Marcia Lyles were all in attendance at Lincoln Park on Friday as Jersey City announced its participation in the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Free Summer Meals initiative this...
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