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N.J. pledges to end AIDS epidemic by 2025

There may not be a proven cure, but thanks to demographics, powerful new treatments, and the state’s participation in a nascent global public awareness campaign, New Jersey officials ... message — tha... read more

Salix Announces U.S. Launch of PLENVU®, the First and Only 1-Liter PEG Bowel Cleansing Preparation for Colonoscopies

11, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Salix Pharmaceuticals ("Salix"), one of the largest specialty pharmaceutical companies in the world committed to the prevention and treatment ... of cancer-related deaths in t... read more

Health Buzz: Super Lice Hit 25 States

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimate some 6 to 12 ... which contain the active ingredient permethrin. However, new research presented at the annual meeting of the American Chemical ... read more

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What to do if your child shows signs of anxiety

but we can give them the tools and opportunities to write themselves back together again, especially when they’re feeling lost and broken. — Washington Post Sarah Hosseini is an American writer living ... read more


The 1996 Republican Party Platform

American workers must have the knowledge and training to effectively utilize the capabilities of those new systems ... breast cancer, prostate cancer, and diabetes. We call for an increased emphasis o... read more

Vanguard Series: Leaders in Higher Education

This edition of NJBIZ's Vanguard Series looks at some of the unsung heroes of higher education in New Jersey. Among the dozens of profiles ... memory and better understanding the genes that cause canc... read more

The problem with mandatory breast density reporting laws

A breast biopsy confirmed invasive cancer, which was later verified as stage IIIC breast cancer. At the time of diagnosis, my tumor was more than 1 inch in size, and it had metastasized to 13 lymph no... read more

The kids are all right: Children with 3-way DNA are healthy

That includes Emma Foster, 17, of Red Bank, New Jersey. "I turned out normal ... So finding no problem so far from the infertility treatment is helpful and "a good message" for people considering the ... read more

Energy Drinks Pose Risks to Teens, Study Finds

One-quarter of students surveyed at 10 North Carolina universities said they had consumed energy drinks mixed with alcohol in the past month, the report noted. And 23 university students in New Jersey ... read more

Everything You Know About Obesity Is Wrong

When Joy Cox, an academic in New Jersey ... her treatment, not a footnote to it. “Eighty percent of my patients cry in the first appointment,” Sogg says. “For something as emotional as weight, you hav... read more

Soul City: An Asheville native’s failed utopian dream

“And I think my father really liked the concept of the Native American community along with the Caucasian ... She cites the example of Whitesboro, New Jersey, a more successful planned community that ... read more

Weight-Loss Surgery: A Cure for the Morbidly Obese?

The least risky and least invasive option, laproscopic band, or lap-band, surgery made headlines when New Jersey ... it to give them healthier, longer lives." [See: 11 Health Habits That Will Help You ... read more



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