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Originally published on www.njspotlight.com by Lilo H. Stainton. A team of 15 dedicated high school students in Bridgeton, Cumberland County, spent last summer getting paid to build their leadership skills, connect low-income families to nutritious, free food, and improve the health and welfare of their struggling South Jersey city. The project — fueled in part […]

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Earlier today, United Health Foundation released the America’s Health Rankings Health of Those Who Have Served Report. Developed in partnership with the Military Officers Association of America (MOAA), the report highlights notable differences in the health and health care experiences of those who have served in the United States Armed Forces compared to civilians. Among […]

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Belmar and Fort Lee Named New Jersey Healthy Towns to Watch PRINCETON — The New Jersey Health Care Quality Institute today announced that two municipalities, Beachwood and Jersey City, are designated as this year’s New Jersey Healthy Towns by the Mayors Wellness Campaign, a program of the New Jersey Health Care Quality Institute in partnership […]

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Published on NJ.com By Suburban News The town of Scotch Plains announces the kick off of the Mayor’s Wellness Campaign: Scotch Plains Strong. Throughout the year, residents of all ages will have various opportunities to participate in activities and take advantage of resources that raise awareness around healthy lifestyle, disease prevention and management. The goal […]

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Published in Press of Atlantic City By Cindy Nevitt STONE HARBOR – Following a successful launch in 2015, the Mayors Wellness Campaign will again be offered free to residents, starting Jan. 25. The kickoff will be held 5:30 p.m. at the borough Recreation Center. The eight-week program will run through March 21 and will include […]

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Published in MyCentralJersey.com By Brad Wadlow One of the nation’s leading figures in the movement to improve end-of-life care visited Princeton to advance the community’s efforts, led by Mayor Liz Lempert through the Mayors Wellness Campaign and a community task force, to affirm the goals and wishes of patients in their final days. Jim Towey, the founder […]

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