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The Newark non-profit group that ran Head Start for a half-century lost that grant, so has filed for bankruptcy. [Read More]
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The formula is tweaked every year in anticipation of which strains will prove to be commonplace. [Read More]
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Consumers who want fresh strawberries in February have prompted a jump in imports - as well as in food-borne illnesses. [Read More]
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The state's northeastern-most county is seeing a flu rate that is more than double what other N.J. counties are seeing. [Read More]
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The reported presence of metal in the food could present a choking hazard for pets. [Read More]
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Sign-ups here increased about two percent despite confusion about the program once President Donald Trump took office. [Read More]
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The inclusion of two nursing homes on a list of those with chronic problems means they will be inspected more often. [Read More]
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From sriracha sauce to Chinese food, school lunch programs have to squeeze variety onto menus that abide by strict nutritional rules. [Read More]
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Tom Brady, his professional model wife, and their children eat food - mostly vegetables - prepared daily by the family chef. [Read More]
Far from bringing down the quality of American health care, foreign doctors appear to raise it. [Read More]
Scott and Mark Kelly - twins originally from West Orange - offer researchers the perfect way to see how living in space alters the body. [Read More]
Open enrollment for policies that cover 2017 ends at midnight, Jan. 31. [Read More]
Another case of measles acquired outside the country has been confirmed by health officials... [Read More]
Two mothers and their children who escaped military violence in the Democratic Republic of Congo were poised for resettlement in New Jersey. [Read More]
A highway incident in Wisconsin revealed that a defective batch of Skittles had made its way into the cattle feed pipeline. [Read More]
A man who was eventually diagnosed with measles traveled broadly around Jersey City while he was infectious, prompting a state health alert. [Read More]
The Valley Hospital has abandoned plans to expand in Ridgewood, and instead will build a new facility less than three miles away. [Read More]
The third in a series of new plant species bred to celebrate Rutgers' 250th anniversary is the Scarlet Fire, a stunning dogwood in a deep... [Read More]
Insurance companies provided inaccurate lists of doctors, dentists and hospitals - which the state failed to notice, audit says. [Read More]
School absentee rates are significantly higher than for this same time last year. [Read More]
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