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Closter Cops Invite Special Needs Residents to Register Medical Information

Source: North Jersey.com The Closter NJ Police Department has launched a medical registry for special needs residents under the age of 21. The aim of the register is to quickly identify a person’s medical condition is an emergency in cases where the caregiver of the child is not...
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Medicare Will Settle Short-Term Care Bills

Source: New York Times.com …Medicare quietly announced on Friday that it would settle hundreds of thousands of hospital appeals over bills for short-term care…The decision is an effort by the government agency to end a protracted battle with thousands of hospitals...
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Featured Video: Jersey College School Of Nursing

Jersey College School Of Nursing Ewing, New Jersey  – Teterboro, New Jersey Programs In:  Practical (LPN) Nursing  –  LPN To RN Transitioning  – Professional (RN) Nursing The nursing school at Jersey College offers an accredited LPN Program for practical nursing...
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Share The Care and Zweena Health Partner to Improve the Family Caregiving Process

Source: PR Log.com Zweena Health, an innovator of personal health record solutions, announced today a new partnership with Share The Care, a not-for-profit organization dedicated to educating the family caregiving community about the effectiveness of the Share The Care™ model....
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1,300 donors join in Mega Blood Drive in Mahwah

Source: North Jersey.com Blood supplies typically decrease to their lowest levels during the summer, when people are on vacation. But this year, the shortage in New Jersey is more serious, with a 15 percent drop statewide from last year, said Jerry Antoine, director of donor...
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Why FDA Lyme Disease Regulatory Change Should Concern Patients

Source: Lyme Disease.org What’s so bad about requiring FDA approval for Lyme tests? The problem is that the FDA approved tests for Lyme disease are notoriously insensitive and have been shown to miss more than 50% of Lyme disease cases. (Here) Currently, the FDA has approved 84...
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