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New Flu Shows Up in NJ [POLL/AUDIO]

The calendar says mid-April, everything is turning green, the birds are singing, and yet in many parts of New Jersey there are reports of increased influenza-like illness.

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Focusing on an Ounce of Prevention [AUDIO]

Public health officials in New Jersey are encouraging residents to get out ahead of preventable diseases.

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National Public Health Week Begins With the Very Young [AUDIO]

Children and pregnant women are the focus of the first day of National Public Health Week, which kicks off April 7 and runs until April 13.

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Is Sugar Toxic? Experts Suggest Less is More [AUDIO]

The World Health Organization is proposing that we eat less sugar, making it less than 5 percent of our daily caloric intake. That is the equivalent of about 25 grams of sugar or six teaspoons.

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NJ’s Obesity Rate Below the National Average [AUDIO]

Compared to other states, New Jersey's obesity problem isn't so bad. New Jersey had the 15th lowest obesity rate in the United States last year, according to the Gallup-Healthways Well-Being Index.

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Call in or call out?
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Call Out Or Call In? [POLL]

When you are feeling so sick that you can't make it to work, you __________ sick.

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Drug to Counter Heroin Overdose Available to Public [AUDIO]

A drug that can reverse a heroin overdose is closer to being in the hands of Ocean County police officers, but law enforcement won't be the only ones with access to it.

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‘Selfies’ Help Spread Lice, Experts Say [AUDIO]

Your kids may want to spread out before their next cell phone photo shoot. Health experts are finding a connection between "selfies" and head lice.

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Michelle Obama And Tom Vilsack Make Announcement On School Wellness
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First Lady Targets Unhealthy Ads in Schools [AUDIO]

Promotion of sugary snacks and beverages would no longer be permitted in schools under guidelines unveiled by first lady Michelle Obama on Tuesday.

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Flu Season Hitting the Younger Population [AUDIO]

Most of the time, exposure to influenza is most dangerous for older individuals, but this year just the opposite seems to be true.

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