Catholic Charities of Trenton has a successful integrated health care program with behavioral and physical health care under one roof. Gov. Christie says he's expanding the model by seven new agencies in New Jersey.
Because of the heroin epidemic, health care professionals are looking to reduce the number of opioid prescriptions. It means changing attitudes about the medications, which have been pushed by pharmaceutical companies.
The Newark School District received results from lead testing that found all eight non-traditional buildings tested had at least one water fountain or faucet with lead levels of at least 15 parts per billion.
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