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160215Hill

New Program Provides Care for Addicts Beyond Narcan

2-15-16
The Recovery Coach Program in Ocean and Monmouth counties provides an addiction recovery specialist to the bedsides of those revived by Narcan.
160212Delmore

Outbreak Leads to Accessible Health Ratings For Restaurants

2-12-16
According to the CDC, one in six Americans develops food poisoning each year and of those nearly 130,000 are hospitalized.
160212Wanko

Giving Back After a Second Chance at Life

2-12-16
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.
160211Wanko

Recognizing and Treating Cardiovascular Disease

2-11-16
Heart disease caused the death of 8,989 men in New Jersey in 2012. There are more treatments available now than in the past to help patients survive.
160205Vannozzi

Raising Awareness for Women’s Heart Health By Wearing Red

2-5-16
The American Heart Association's Go Red for Women movement encourages people to wear red one day a year to remind everyone about women's heart health.
160205Wanko

Helping Women Suffering from Postpartum Depression

2-5-16
New Jersey requires postpartum depression screenings at hospitals and postnatal check-ups and the state Department of Health offers resources for women who are suffering.
160204Hill

Senate Committee Hears About NJ’s Opioid Abuse Epidemic

2-4-16
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.
160203Hill

Olympians Weigh Threat of Zika Virus for 2016 Games

2-3-16
With the threat of the Zika virus being spread by mosquitoes in Brazil, those planning to compete in the Summer Olympics are thinking about ways to protect themselves.
160202Flanagan

Lead Poisoning an Issue in New Jersey

2-2-16
The percentage of children testing with high levels of lead is equal to or higher than what is being reported in Flint, Michigan.
160201Flanagan

WHO Declares Zika Virus ‘Global Health Emergency’

2-1-16
The Zika virus, spread through mosquito bites, is believed to cause brain development issues in pregnant women's fetuses.