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Healthy U is a “Go” for new school year at Hunterdon County YMCA

Source: Hunterdon County YMCA The HCYMCA joined YMCAs throughout New Jersey in celebrating the annual Healthy U Fall kickoff on Oct. 26. In New Jersey, one out of every three school age children is either overweight or obese putting them at risk of developing serious health...
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Hillside: 6,000 hand-made pink symbols of love for cancer survivors

Source: NJ.com Debra Chandler didn’t know the lady handing out the pink Breast Cancer Awareness symbols in downtown Newark. But Chandler, a 14-year survivor, and others participating in the annual breast cancer walkk were moved to hug Brenda Bayley when they learned what...
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A Condom That Changes Color If You Have An STD

Source: BlackDoctor.org Finding out if your partner has an sexually transmitted infection can soon be as easy as knowing your colors. A group of 13- and 14-year-old students at London’s Isaac Newton Academy wanted to “make detecting harmful STIs safer than ever before” without...
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Heart-Stopping Moment in Monmouth Beach

Source: Two River Times For 13 years, Jeremy Julio has taught students at Long Branch High School how to do Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) techniques. On Sunday morning, Julio, who teaches physical education at the school and is the assistant manager at the Monmouth Beach...
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Police in Howell and Jackson Help Cancer Patients

Source: Jersey Shore Online In Howell, police recently delivered a pint-sized police motorcycle to 7-year-old resident and police fan Jake Honig, who has been bravely fighting cancer since he was two years old. Last year, Jake visited Howell Police officers at their headquarters...
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Featured Video: Jersey Reach NJ Addiction Taskforce

ReachNJ.gov Addiction Taskforce: Helpline 844 744 6325 Warning Signs · Overdose Immunity Law · Support Groups · Help With: Prescription Drugs · Alcohol · Teens Source: NJ 101.5 According to Maggie Moran, a managing partner of Kivvit, a national...
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