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Originally posted in NorthJersey.com By Stephanie Noda ENGLEWOOD – The city’s efforts to keep residents fit and trim have paid off, as the city was designated one of the state’s healthiest towns in recognition of its various public health programs and walking initiatives. Englewood and Franklin Lakes were named this year’s “New Jersey Healthy Towns” on […]

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Originally published in NJBIZ By Beth Fitzgerald The 2015 County Health Rankings were released Wednesday by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the University of Wisconsin Population Health Institute, ranking New Jersey’s 21 counties according to their health outcomes. And it is Hunterdon that has the best results among New Jersey’s counties, while Cumberland ranks […]

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Originally published in Shore News Today, 3/05/15 By Staff Reports STONE HARBOR – On Wednesday, Feb. 25, participants in the Stone Harbor’s Mayors Wellness Campaign attended a presentation by Dr. Robert Olivieri, chiropractic neurologist and chiropractic orthopedist, along with his staff from the Olivieri Chiropractic and Rehabilitation Center. During the presentation, attendees learned what they should […]

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Published in NJBIZ By Beth Fitzgerald There are too many hospitals beds and too much duplication of medical services in the Newark area, where five hospitals lost an aggregate $32 million in 2013, according to a report released late Monday by a health care consultant that recommends Newark’s Saint Michael’s Medical Center and East Orange […]

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Published in the Bergen Record, 3/1/15 By Kim Luedekke  Englewood and Franklin Lakes have been named this year’s “New Jersey Healthy Towns” for their dedication to improving residents’ health and wellness. The designation was bestowed by the Mayors Wellness Campaign, a program run by the advocacy group the New Jersey Health Care Quality Institute and the New […]

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Published in the Star Ledger, 2/25/15 By Kathleen O’Brien Responding to complaints there aren’t enough doctors to handle the surge of new Medicaid patients, Gov. Chris Christie’s administration wants to bump up physician reimbursements by $45 million annually. It will also add $27.3 million to help hospitals offset the cost of training new doctors. At the […]

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Published in The Record/NORTHJERSEY.COM : NEWS BY LINDY WASHBURN (VIOREL FLORESCU/STAFF PHOTOGRAPHER) Ariel Cordero helping Ana Morales and her son, Oscar, 6, sign up for health insurance in Passaic in January. The U.S. Supreme Court will hear a challenge to the Affordable Care Act on Wednesday. The U.S. Supreme Court will hear arguments Wednesday on […]

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