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American roads have gotten less safe for drivers, passengers, pedestrians and bicyclists the past few years, so it’s no surprise that fatalities are rising for motorcyclists too.
Last week the governor signed into law a bill making New Jersey’s license plate moniker, “Garden State,” the state’s official slogan.
Years before there was an opioid/heroin epidemic, which gets and deserves a lot of public attention, a diabetes epidemic started growing.
Our knowledge about the dangers of sports-related concussions has come a long way in the past decade.
There has been a lot of heated rhetoric about the state takeover of Atlantic City’s finances.
The draft report by President Donald Trump’s commission on the opioid epidemic recommends the president declare a national emergency to confront the crisis.
Judging from the stories in the newspaper, more traffic accidents have involved bicyclists the past few years, many resulting in fatalities. Data show the increase is actual and not just apparent.
The Rutgers Center for State Health Policy last month released the results of a statewide poll of residents, asking their views on their neighborhoods and a variety of health-related matters.
Alley Cat Allies announced last month it is offering a $5,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of whoever killed three feral cats in March in Atlantic City.
Automated telemarketing calls made by the billions are the bane of telephone service, especially the mobile kind. Phones in the 609 area code are especially hard hit, but there’s one thing their owners could do to nearly cut such calls in half — switch to an 856 number.