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It’s not too late to save money on Obamacare plans

12-30-14
Individuals who didn't shop around for a new health plan on HealthCare.gov have until Feb. 15 to choose a different plan.
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FDA to Lift Lifetime Blood Donation Ban for Men Who Have Had Sex with Other Men

12-26-14
The FDA plans to lift a lifetime ban for men who have had sex with other men to donate blood, but donations will still not be accepted from men who have had sex with another man in the past year. LGBT organizations disagree with that decision.

Horizon BCBSNJ to offer 24/7 telephone, online access to doctors

12-26-14
Starting Jan. 1, Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey customers will be able to access a board certified doctor online 24 hours a day.
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Advocates Urge Lawmakers To Allow Psychologist To Prescribe Medication

12-24-14
Some psychologists and advocates are urging lawmakers to pass a bill that would allow psychologist to prescribe medication.
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Can You Trust Food Labels?

12-22-14
Consumers often have to trust labels to determine if the food they're buying is organic, natural or kosher, but they're not always accurate.
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Teens Sing to Children’s Hospital Patients

12-22-14
To get them in the holiday spirit, students from Red Bank Catholic High School visited patients at K. Hovnanian Children's Hospital to sing holiday songs.
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Rutgers Ditches Dining Trays

12-19-14
Not offering trays in dining halls saves money and cuts down on wasted food.
Time featured Ella Watson-Stryker, along with several other Ebola responders, as exemplars of the frontline workers risking their lives to save others and help contain the epidemic.

Rutgers Alumna Among Ebola Fighters Named TIME Magazine Person of the Year

12-17-14
Ella Watson-Stryker is honored for work with Doctors without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières’ emergency team in West Africa.
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NJ Residents Face Higher Health Care Costs with Affordable Care Act Coverage

12-16-14
New Jerseyans with health insurance through the Affordable Care Act will have higher out-of-pocket expenses in 2015.
Dr. Edith A. Calamia, chief medical officer for the UnitedHealthcare Community Plan.

Coordinated-Care Models Begin to Have Impact Across NJ as Lawmakers Take Notice

12-15-14
UnitedHealthcare draws on Camden experience, while statewide collaborative could affect Medicaid funding and transportation.