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Allergy Sufferers Face Tough Pollen Season

5-12-15
Medical professionals say this allergy season is particularly bad with intense pollen production.
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Fighting to Keep Saint Michael’s Medical Center Open

5-11-15
Religious leaders have joined the fight to keep Saint Michael's Medical Center in Newark from becoming an outpatient ambulatory facility instead of a full acute-care hospital.
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ABCD Executive Director: Community Living Better Than Institutions for Those with Disabilities

5-11-15
Dr. Dan Keating, executive director of the Alliance for the Betterment of Citizens with Disabilities, says those with disabilities have more flexibility when they live in the community versus living in state-operated institutions.
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Celebrating Centenarians in Monmouth County

5-11-15
More than a dozen people ages 100 and older celebrated their long lives in Hazlet.
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Teaching Educators About Suicide Prevention

5-6-15
The Society for the Prevention of Teen Suicide has created a new training video for teachers, featuring students at Neptune High School.
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Report Gives 11 of 15 NJ Counties an F for High Ozone Days

4-30-15
The American Lung Association's State of the Air Report found 11 of the 15 counties monitored got an F for High Ozone Days. The organization is concerned about New Jersey's air quality.
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Mirror Therapy Helps Patients Reduce Pain, Gain Mobility in Limbs

4-30-15
Graded motor imagery, also called mirror therapy, uses a mirror to trick a patient's brain into perceiving a disabled limb as functioning and non-painful.
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Adderall Abuse Among Young Adults on the Rise

4-29-15
Sixty percent of respondents to a Partnership for Drug-Free Kids survey reported misusing Adderall. Many use it to help them study or manage busy schedules.
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Using Deep Brain Stimulation Surgery to Help Ease Parkinson’s Symptoms

4-27-15
At JFK Medical Center in Edison, doctors use deep brain stimulation surgery to stop tremors that plague patients with Parkinson's disease.
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Treating Esophageal Cancer

4-24-15
Jersey City Medical Center is the first hospital in New Jersey to offer an endoscopic treatment for those most at risk for cancer of the esophagus.