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Bills Would Ban Sale of Flavored Electronic Smoking Products

3-15-17
A pair of bills sponsored by Assemblyman Herb Conaway would ban the sale of flavored electronic smoking products in an effort to prevent youth from being targeted.

Inspira Health Network Battles Opioid Crisis with Proper Drug Disposal

3-14-17
Nonprofit Inspira Health Network has created Deterra, which uses charcoal to neutralizes drugs, rendering them ineffective before disposal.

Estimate: 14M Would Lose Health Coverage by Next Year with GOP Plan

3-13-17
The non-partisan Congressional Budget Office estimates 14 million people would lose health insurance coverage by next year and 24 million by 2026, nationwide.

Holy Name Offers Culturally Sensitive Care for Asian Population

3-9-17
Asian Health Services at Holy Name Medical Center offers culturally sensitive care, from appropriate food choices to knowledgeable interpreters and patient advocates.

Freelancers, Small Business Owners Worried About Possible Health Insurance Changes

3-8-17
House Republicans have submitted a plan to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act, which has small business owners and those who have freelance positions worried.

Breastfeeding Rates on the Rise

3-7-17
In New Jersey, 81.6 percent of babies are breastfed at some point compared to 79.2 percent nationally.

House Republicans Unveil Plan to Replace Affordable Care Act

3-7-17
The new Republican health care law proposal would dramatically change the way health insurance is financed, for both the states and their citizens.

Changes Needed, Changes Coming for Medicaid in New Jersey

3-7-17
A report called "Medicaid 2.0" outlines what New Jersey can do to keep the state's Medicaid program on track.

Intense Emotion at MacArthur Town Hall

3-7-17
Three hundred people fired questions at Congressman Tom MacArthur during his town hall in Waretown while an overflow crowd stood outside.

New Health Care Center for Veterans Available in Newton

3-6-17
A roster of New Jersey elected officials celebrated the opening of a new health care center for veterans to serve residents of Sussex and Warren counties.