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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.

Rep. Donald Payne Jr. Talks Updated Travel Ban and More

3-6-17
Congressman Donald Payne Jr. discussed President Trump's revised travel ban, the Affordable Care Act and growing colorectal cancer numbers.

Christie Helps Former Staffer Open Addiction Recovery Center

3-2-17
Gov. Christie joined AJ Solomon, a former staffer, at the ribbon cutting for the Victory Bay Recovery Center in Camden County.

Cutting-Edge Technology Helps Researchers Study Your Gut

3-1-17
Rutgers University now has a SHIME, which mimics the functions of the human gastrointestinal tract.

Rep. Pallone Talks EPA, Affordable Care Act and More

2-27-17
Congressman Frank Pallone discusses change-ups at the Environmental Protection Agency, Republicans' possible replacement of Obamacare, the potential defunding of Planned Parenthood and more.

Treating Congenital Heart Defects

2-24-17
Congenital heart defects are the the most common birth defects in the world, according to the American Heart Association.

Panel Considers Adding Ailments Medical Marijuana Can Treat

2-22-17
A panel convened by the New Jersey Health Department is considering whether to expand the qualifications to use medical marijuana.

Concerns Over Possible Affordable Care Act Repeal

2-22-17
A New Jersey Policy Perspective report found over 1 million residents would lose benefits, the state would lose over $4 billion a year in federal funds, 86,000 jobs would be lost and almost 800 would die as a result of a repeal of the Affordable Care Act.