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1.Pascrell Announces Over $500 Million in Pandemic Recovery Funds for North Jersey
Federal haul will help local governments restore jobs, address pandemic’s economic fallout PATERSON, NJ – U.S. Rep. Bill Pascrell, Jr. (D-NJ-09) today announced the allocation of hundreds of millions in federal COVID-19 recovery funds for New Jersey’s Ninth Congressional District.
by Post on 05/11 04:29PM - Story - 797 Hits
2.NJ DHS Announces 2021 NJ Teen Media Contest
A Call for Entries: 2021 New Jersey Teen Media Contest Celebrates Family & Loved Ones During Challenging Times Deadline for Entries is March 31, 2021 Jan. 8, 2021  (TRENTON) – New Jersey Human Services today announced teens across the state can begin submitting entries for the 26th Annual New Jersey Teen ...
by Post on 01/11 04:23PM - Story - 255 Hits
3.BERGEN COUNTY & BERGEN NEW BRIDGE MEDICAL CENTER PURCHASE BULK ORDER OF N95 MASKS
FROM LOCAL NORTH JERSEY MANUFACTURER HACKENSACK, N.J. – Bergen County Executive Jim Tedesco announces that the County of Bergen and Bergen New Bridge Medical Center recently made a collaborative bulk purchase of 110,000 NOISH approved N95 respirators from Protective Health Gear, a local manufacturing company based in Paterson, New Jersey.
by Post on 10/09 04:10PM - Story - 1,190 Hits
4.NJ Human Services Awards Teens for Creativity Celebrating Support from Family and Loved Ones
State Recognizes Winners for the 2020 New Jersey Teen Media Contest June 10, 2020 (TRENTON) – New Jersey Human Services is honoring 12 New Jersey high school and middle school students for their winning entries in the 2020 New Jersey Child Support Teen Media Contest, which celebrated the importance of ...
by Post on 06/10 04:53PM - Story - 418 Hits
5.Residents, Advocates Speak Out Against NJ Transit Fracked Gas Power Plant Proposal
Over 60 organizations send letter to Governor Murphy urging clean energy alternative As dozens of residents delivered public comments at this morning’s NJ Transit board meeting condemning the agency’s recent actions to push for approval of a new gas fired power plant during the worst days of the pandemic, a ...
by Post on 05/14 09:25PM - Story - 447 Hits
6.Residents, Advocates Speak Out Against NJ Transit Fracked Gas Power Plant Proposal
Over 60 organizations send letter to Governor Murphy urging clean energy alternative As dozens of residents delivered public comments at this morning’s NJ Transit board meeting condemning the agency’s recent actions to push for approval of a new gas fired power plant during the worst days of the pandemic, a ...
by Post on 05/13 10:53AM - Story - 374 Hits
7.The New Jersey Veterans Home at Paramus received a donation of CDC-approved face masks from Planned Companies
Planned Companies Donates Personal Protective Equipment to Two Bergen County Skilled Nursing Facilities to Support The COVID-19 Public Health Emergency Leading Building Services Company Makes Donations to New Jersey Veterans Home at Paramus and Atrium Post-Acute Care of Park Ridge
by Post on 05/05 10:50AM - Story - 181 Hits
8.Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Awards $125,000 to Northern NJ Community Foundation’s COVID-19 Rapid Response Fund
... April 8, 2020) – The Northern New Jersey Community Foundation (NNJCF) received a grant of $125,000 from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, as part of its $50 million effort to provide humanitarian aid to help some of the families and communities feeling the greatest strain under the COVID-19 health emergency
by Post on 04/08 05:44PM - Story - 1,384 Hits
9.Menendez, Booker: What’s in the $2T COVID-19 Emergency Stimulus for NJ
NEWARK, N.J. – U.S. Senators Bob Menendez, a senior member of the Senate Finance Committee and one of the bipartisan bill negotiators, and Cory Booker, who was also involved in negotiations on the deal, detailed today how New Jersey will initially benefit from the $2 trillion stimulus package Congress passed ...
by Post on 03/28 06:10AM - Story - 2,326 Hits
10.Newark, Trenton to Receive Millions in Federal Grants to Reduce Lead Hazards
NEWARK, N.J. – U.S. Senators Bob Menendez and Cory Booker announced today that Newark and Trenton will receive millions in federal grants from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) to reduce lead hazards in public housing and protect children and families from the health risks associated with ...
by Post on 06/13 09:31AM - Story - 1,020 Hits
11.Paramus Health Officer Suggests Ways to Beat the Heat
When both the outdoor temperature and humidity are high anyone can find the weather stifling. However, older people suffering from diabetes or heart disease and those suffering from mild dementia may be at special risk. Their medications may leave them increasingly vulnerable to heat exhaustion. Diuretics, used to treat heart ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 06/12 07:41PM - Story - 1,052 Hits
12.Paramus Health Officer Suggests Ways to Beat the Heat
When both the outdoor temperature and humidity are high anyone can find the weather stifling. However, older people suffering from diabetes or heart disease and those suffering from mild dementia may be at special risk. Their medications may leave them increasingly vulnerable to heat exhaustion. Diuretics, used to treat heart ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 06/14 04:24PM - Story - 910 Hits
13.Bergen Community College Fields “Go Green” Less Pesticides Mean Healthier Students and Lawns Lessons Learned Being Applied
Bergen Community College officials, joined by state legislators, landscape professionals, parents and environmentalists, announced today it is switching to a natural turf management program from a conventional, chemical-based one to create lush, playable fields without the use of synthetic pesticides or chemical fertilizers.
by Mel Fabrikant on 03/23 03:56PM - Story - 4,722 Hits
14.Paramus Health Officer Suggests Ways to Beat the Heat
When both the outdoor temperature and humidity are high anyone can find the weather stifling. However, older people suffering from diabetes or heart disease and those suffering from mild dementia may be at special risk. Their medications may leave them increasingly vulnerable to heat exhaustion. Diuretics, used to treat heart ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 06/29 08:17PM - Story - 1,756 Hits
15.How to Keep Adult Students Insured
Q: My daughter is a college senior who will be graduating in May and doesn't have a job. My company says at that point she is off our family health insurance. She doesn't have a job, so what should we do? A: Health care coverage for college graduates is one ...
by Terry Savage on 04/29 06:41PM - Story - 1,285 Hits
16.Designing For Disaster
... for the financial industry, little did they know that expertise would factor in their selection by the N. J. Department of Health and Senior Services (DHSS) to design a different kind of command center: one geared to marshaling the state's health resources in the event of a public health emergency.
by Mel Fabrikant on 12/21 03:03PM - Story - 1,124 Hits
17.Paramus Health Officer Suggests Ways to Beat the Heat
When both the outdoor temperature and humidity are high anyone can find the weather stifling. However, older people suffering from diabetes or heart disease and those suffering from mild dementia may be at special risk. Their medications may leave them increasingly vulnerable to heat exhaustion.
by Mel Fabrikant on 06/11 06:44AM - Story - 1,522 Hits
18.Paramus Health Officer Suggests Ways to Beat the Heat
When both the outdoor temperature and humidity are high anyone can find the weather stifling. However, older people suffering from diabetes or heart disease and those suffering from mild dementia may be at special risk. Their medications may leave them increasingly vulnerable to heat exhaustion. Diuretics, used to treat heart ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 06/11 03:52PM - Story - 1,494 Hits
19.Researchers look to sea floor as source of new antibiotics
NEW DRUG DISCOVERIES The bottom of the ocean can be a dark, cold and muddy place, but this forbidding environment could hold life-saving antibiotics derived from organisms that scientists have never seen. Now the University of California San Diego will soon undertake an ambitious effort to fast-track the process of ...
by Anonymous on 08/11 12:34AM - Story - 3,020 Hits
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