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Nonprofit health insurer won’t be coming back to N.J.

Source: North Jersey.com Health Republic’s website says that its priority “is to ensure that all members and providers receive the service and payment promised them under the terms of the health insurance plans.” A company spokeswoman declined to comment....
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Drug distributor ordered to pay record fine for suspicious pill orders

Source: NJ.com A national prescription drug company with a warehouse in South Jersey has agreed to pay a $150 million fine for failing to report suspicious orders of addictive pain pills, authorities said. McKesson Corporation, one of the nation’s largest distributors of...
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Shore Builders Association Members Rally to Support the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society

Source: ShoreBuilders.org A member of the Shore Builders Association of Central New Jersey (SBACNJ), Georgette Kyriacou, has accepted the nomination for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s Person of the Year Award. She has hit the ground running to reach her goal of...
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N.J. Assembly OKs stricter scrutiny of group homes for disabled

Source: NJ.com Health The state Assembly voted Monday to impose stricter rules on the private agencies that operate group homes for people with developmental disabilities. The bill (A2503) is named for Stephen Komninos, a 22-year-old who died in 2007 when he was left unsupervised...
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Post-Millenial Dieting : What to Stop Eating After Age 30

Source: Black Doctor.org Forty’s the new 30, huh? Well, if you keep eating these foods, your 40-year old self will look like it’s 50. Start eliminate these post-millenial foods from your diet today. Canned Soup. U.S. guidelines call for less than 2,300 milligrams of sodium per...
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