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Free help available for NJ families coping with loved ones’ addictions

A new resource is now available to New Jersey family members coping with the addiction of a loved one.

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Hidden messages in drug and alcohol ads — How teens can outsmart them

A new curriculum developed by a Rutgers professor helps teens figure out the hidden messages behind alcohol, drug and tobacco ads.

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Assemblyman Declan O'Scanlon talks with EMS officials near the Statehouse. (Michael Symons/Townsquare Media NJ)
Assemblyman Declan O'Scanlon talks with EMS officials near the Statehouse. (Michael Symons/Townsquare Media NJ)
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Next tool in NJ’s opioid overdose fight could be tracking EMS data

NJ may start requiring EMS providers to report each encounter with a patient, so officials can track, analyze and improve response to medical emergencies.

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NJ suspends psychiatrist who gave 2 patients tens of thousands of pain pills

Dr. Joel Glass prescribed "dramatically high quantities" of opioids to two patients despite being flagged by authorities in New Jersey and Vermont.

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Worried about taking pain pills? NJ docs suggest alternatives

There are alternative drug-free treatments that may help

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An addict’s best friend? Some owners taking their dogs’ pain pills

The New Jersey opioid epidemic has taken a twisted new turn.

Some addicts looking to get high are turning to their pets to get prescription pain medication...

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Stafford Township Police Department
Stafford Township Police Department
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Ocean County man nabbed in drug raid near school

Police found three pounds of marijuana, more than 1000 pills, and brass knuckles among other items in the Stafford Township home.

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Nabbing the drug dealers responsible for NJ’s overdose deaths

Under a state law adopted 30 years ago, drug dealers and everyone in the drug "chain" are held criminally responsible for deaths resulting from the controlled dangerous substances they've made or distributed.

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Joseph C. Villani (Monmouth County Prosecutor's Office)
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Suspect’s girlfriend also charged with murder of missing Jersey Shore man

A grand jury added the charges against Joseph Villani's girlfriend, Raquel Garajau, in the death of Trupal Patel.

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D.A.R.E. set to rebound in New Jersey schools

Funding had taken a hit, and a legal battle didn't help, but the program may be primed for a comeback.

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