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New Mosquito Menace in New Jersey [AUDIO]

The cicadas are may be on the way out, but here comes the Asian tiger mosquito.

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Flickr User Sara Golemon
Flickr User Sara Golemon
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Feral Cat Colonies in NJ Continue to Grow [AUDIO]

New Jersey's feral cat population is at an all-time high, but one group could hold the keys to the solution but many communities are choosing to ignore the idea and are opting for more unconventional methods.

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Flickr User thebrose
Flickr User thebrose
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Many New Jersey Residents Face Allergy Hell [AUDIO]

If you've been coughing, sneezing and wheezing lately, you are certainly not alone, thanks to record-high pollen levels.

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Hard To Believe But Men Exercise More Than Women

This study in The Telegraph really surprised me. Turns out men exercise more than women. As a matter of fact, men do 30 minutes of moderate to vigorous exercise a day as compared to only 18 minutes for women.

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Flickr User yaybiscuits123
Flickr User yaybiscuits123
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Mystery Water Problem Continues For Jersey Shore Town [AUDIO]

A mystery water problem remains unsolved in Lake Como and surrounding communities.

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Justin Sullivan, Getty Images
Justin Sullivan, Getty Images
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Sandy-Debris a Breeding Ground for Mosquitoes, NJ Officials Warn [AUDIO]

State officials are voicing concern that all of the debris left in the wake of Superstorm Sandy more than 6 months ago could provide additional breeding grounds for mosquitoes that carry the West Nile Virus.

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Governor Chris Christie, Jon Bon Jovi
Governor Chris Christie signs the bipartisan Overdose Protection Act (S2082) into law in Paterson, N.J. on Thursday, May 2, 2013. (Governor's Office/Tim Larsen)
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New Law Aims To Help Overdose Victims In New Jersey [VIDEO/AUDIO]

Legislation that provides legal protection to people who violate the law while they are attempting to help a drug overdose victim, and those who administer overdose antidotes, has been signed into law.

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Flickr User alastairvance
Flickr User alastairvance
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NJ Allergy Season Is In Full Swing [POLL/AUDIO]

If you have been struggling with sniffling and sneezing from seasonal allergies, you won't be happy to hear that the worst is upon us right now.

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Getty Images
Getty Images
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Lyme Disease Remains Major Issue In NJ [AUDIO]

Lyme Disease afflicts thousands of people in New Jersey alone and Congressman Chris Smith wants to see prevention, research and treatment for the debilitating disease increased.

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(Second from Right) Barry H. Ostrowsky, President and Chief Executive
Officer of Barnabas Health, is joined by  (left to right) Frank Mascia,
Executive Vice President of the American Cancer Society; Fred Jacobs,
MD, JD, Former State Commissioner of Health; Connie Greene, Vice
President of the Institute for Prevention for Barnabas Health Behavioral
Health; and Andrea J. Gleason, a Four-time Cancer Survivor treated at
Saint Barnabas Medical Center; following the Kick-Off Event for the
Barnabas Health System-wide volunteer recruitment effort for the Cancer
Prevention Study-3, a historic, nationwide study to help researchers
better understand the genetic, environmental and lifestyle factors that
cause or prevent cancer. (Community Medical Center)
(Second from Right) Barry H. Ostrowsky, President and Chief Executive Officer of Barnabas Health, is joined by (left to right) Frank Mascia, Executive Vice President of the American Cancer Society; Fred Jacobs, MD, JD, Former State Commissioner of Health; Connie Greene, Vice President of the Institute for Prevention for Barnabas Health Behavioral Health; and Andrea J. Gleason, a Four-time Cancer Survivor treated at Saint Barnabas Medical Center; following the Kick-Off Event for the Barnabas Health System-wide volunteer recruitment effort for the Cancer Prevention Study-3, a historic, nationwide study to help researchers better understand the genetic, environmental and lifestyle factors that cause or prevent cancer. (Community Medical Center)
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Barnabas Health Recruits Volunteers for Historic Cancer Study [AUDIO]

Barnabas Health has teamed up with the American Cancer Society (ACS) in recruiting volunteers for a nationwide Cancer Prevention Study-3 (CPS-3), which is looking for 300,000 people across the U.S. and Puerto Rico, who are cancer free.

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Flickr User Brian J. McDermott
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Sports Injuries Increasing Among Children [AUDIO]

More kids are getting injured during organized sports, and it could be your fault.

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Toms River: A Story of Science and Salvation
Toms River: A Story of Science and Salvation (NPR Books)
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New Book About Toms River Cancer Cluster Released [AUDIO]

A 60-year battle to identify the sources of a cancer cluster affecting children in an Ocean County community is now the topic of a new book.

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