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A long daily commute could be damaging your physical and mental health

A lengthy commute is not good for your mental or physical well-being, according to experts, and that's especially bad news for people in New Jersey, where the average one-way work commute is five minutes longer than the national average.

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Class of 2008 – Are these college graduates cursed with unfortunate career timing?

It was a year that experienced the loss of 2.6 million jobs nationwide. The unemployment rate ended the year at its worst level since the early 1990s. But for millions of young adults, it was still their turn to come out of college and enter the labor market.

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Private surveillance footage could help solve crimes, according to police

Imagine a database that lists every private surveillance system in your town, or in all of New Jersey. The move, to some, could be as seen as intrusive, but law enforcement officials claim it would help immensely in solving criminal cases.

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Sandy Johal uses a selfie stick to take a picture of herself in Times Square in New York, Thursday, Jan. 8, 2015. (AP Photo/Seth Wenig)

Selfie sticks prohibited at some major Jersey venues

The photo-taking tool known as a selfie stick has only just begun gaining traction among the younger crowd and avid travelers, but venues and attractions throughout New Jersey are already including these devices on their lists of prohibited items.

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