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Glen Ridge/Montclair: Groundbreaking of New Medical Office Building

Source: NorthJersey.com “So why all this fuss over another office building?” asks John A. Fromhold, CEO of Hackensack Meridian Health’s Mountainside Medical Center, asked Tuesday. For starters, the three-story, 45,735-square-foot facility will place 40 to 50 physicians...
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Teva Pharmaceuticals to Locate US Headquarters To Parsippany-Troy Hills

Source: NJ.gov Governor Phil Murphy has announced that Teva Pharmaceuticals USA will locate its headquarters to Parsippany-Troy Hills, supporting more than 1,000 high-wage jobs in New Jersey, including the transfer and creation of more than 800 positions. Teva, a leading...
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Newark Oxygen Tank User Dies After PSEG Cuts Power; West Orange Baby Needs Cardiac and Cranial Care

Source: News 12 New Jersey A woman on oxygen died seven hours after PSE&G cut off power to her house last week. Linda Daniels, 68, had been in hospice care with congestive heart failure since mid-April. Her family said she was in good spirits but relied on an oxygen tank...
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College Of New Jersey Students Create Therapy Robot For Mentally Ill

Source: NJ1015.com One of New Jersey’s newest residents is a tiny blue robot can save a life. The brainchild of students at The College of New Jersey, MARCo alerts caregivers when an individual is in imminent danger of harming themselves or others. But the robot’s...
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Study: HPV test is better than Pap smear at detecting cancerous cervical changes

Source: Washington Post A randomized, controlled study — the kind of trial considered the “gold standard” of research — has showed that the human papillomavirus test is more sensitive than the Pap smear, a widely used test that has been a standard part of...
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Veterans, PTSD, July 4 and Fireworks: Rely on Medical Help, Not “Courtesy”

Source: Havok Journal It’s the Fourth of July, a time for beer, barbeques, good old-fashioned Red, White and Blue, and signs reading “A combat veteran lives here. Please be courteous with fireworks.” When I first saw a “be courteous” sign a few years back, I hoped it was the kind...
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