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Early Flu Vaccinations Recommended

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is recommending early flu vaccinations to individuals six months of age and above.

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Americans Mistakenly Toss Food Over “Use By” Dates [AUDIO]

There are estimates that the average family of four throws away more than $1,500 worth of food every year and most of it is perfectly good.

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Smoking
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NJ Senator Wants to Fine People Smoking in a Car with Kids [AUDIO]

If adults aren't going to do the right thing when they're riding in a car with a kid they should be fined.

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Prescription Drugs
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Prescription Drug Abuse Woes in New Jersey [AUDIO]

A new report finds New Jersey has fewer drug overdose deaths than most other states, but prescription drug abuse is still a major problem.

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TEEN DRINKING
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Binge Drinking Still Big Problem With NJ High School Students [AUDIO]

A new study finds binge drinking among high school seniors has dropped slightly over the past several years, but the rate of extreme binge drinking, when teens consume 10 or more alcoholic beverages in one sitting, is holding steady.

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Medical Marijuana
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2nd Medical Marijuana Facility Gets NJ Approval

A second medical marijuana dispensary has permission to start selling pot to patients in New Jersey.

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Flickr User Tugnutt
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Bed-Sharing Trend on the Rise: A Major Hazard for Infants [AUDIO]

"Bed-sharing," a trend of new parents putting their baby bed with them, is on the rise, despite the inherent dangers for the child.

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School Breakfast
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More NJ Kids Are Enrolling in Breakfast in School Program [AUDIO]

The federal Breakfast at School program is expanding in the Garden State.

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Obamacare Open Enrollment Begins Today [VIDEO/AUDIO]

If you are one of the 900,000 in New Jersey without health insurance, today is the day you can start signing up for the Affordable Care Act, aka Obamacare.

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Pregnancy Grants Headed to 11 Locations

More than $13 million in grants will be distributed to New Jersey community health centers, maternal and child health consortia, local health departments and social services agencies, the Christie Administration announced today. The grants are designed to ensure women get the health services they need to maintain their health, have a positive pregnancy and a healthy baby.

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