What to Know about Taking Opioids

Source: NJ Attorney General The Office of the Attorney General distributes information cards on opioids. You can view or save the photo of the card here, and keep an eye out for this informative info in your community. New Jersey’s Project Medicine Drop allows you to help...

Access to Medical Marijuana in Expanded, Lower Fees For Patients and Caregivers in New Jersey

Source: Governor Phil Murphy today announced major reforms to New Jersey’s Medicinal Marijuana Program. Reforms include the addition of medical conditions, lowered patient and caregiver fees, allowing dispensaries to add satellite locations, and proposed changes that would...

Wendy Williams on her doctor-mandated break: ‘Health scares are real’

Source: After three weeks of “rest, rest and more rest,” Wendy Williams returned to The Wendy Williams Show following a doctor-mandated break. Williams announced that her doctor ordered her to take a three-week break from her show because of symptoms related to...

Cape May County freeholders: We’re doing all we can on opioids

Source: Shore News Today The Cape May County Board of Chosen Freeholders held a meeting of the county’s governing body what was being done to fight addiction, and what more could be done. Cape May County has wrestled for years with what officials have described as an epidemic of...

New Jersey Celebrates 56th Annual National Poison Prevention Week

Source: This year marks the 56th observance of National Poison Prevention Week (NPPW), March 18-24th. Since 1961, individuals, organizations and institutions around the country unite during NPPW to promote poison prevention education as well as advocate for the...

What NOT To Say To Someone Who Is Depressed

Source: People who are depressed have a lot on their mind and with that a lot of questions they try to answer themselves: “What happened, what’s wrong with me? Why can’t I do anything right? Wouldn’t people be better off if I was dead?” But to make...