The CDC estimates 48 million people each year fall victim to foodborne illnesses. Researchers at William Paterson found that 99 percent of food truck vendors aren't changing their gloves between tasks.
The NJ Sharing Network reported 531 organs donations by New Jerseyans in 2015, up 37 percent from the year prior. However, people are added to the registry everyday and last year 90 people died while waiting.
The Senate Health Committee heard from health care professionals, drug addiction prevention advocates and a reporter who did a series on heroin addiction about the growing epidemic of opioid addiction in New Jersey.
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