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Opiate Addiction – The Road to Recovery

Recent media attention focuses on the alarming rate of addiction to narcotics among young people. And while the daunting statistic exists that everyda...

Pediatric Emergency Rooms Provide Better Outcomes for Young Patients

Pediatric patients can benefit greatly from emergency rooms designed specifically for children. Dr. Frank Cunningham, Medical Director of the Pediatri...

The Montclair YMCA – More Than Just a Neighborhood Gym

Montclair YMCA CEO Jo Ann Short shares the organizations mission to preserve the history of the iconic institution while providing unique health, well...

Siekerka on NJ’s Business Climate, Sick Leave and Taxes

Michele Siekerka, President NBIA, shares her thoughts on NJ’s business climate and NJBIA’s legislative goals, including lobbying against s...

Are Vaccinations The Right Course of Action?

Janet Lin Torre, Hospital Epidemiologist, Summit Oaks Hospital discusses the international debate on vaccinations sparked by the recent measles outbre...

Commerical Real Estate’s Impact on NJ’s Economy

Martin Kafafian, a lawyer specializing in commercial real estate, speaks with Steve Adubato about commercial real estate in New Jersey and how it affe...

Are Physicians Keeping Life-Threatening Information from Patients?

Dr Shuvendu Sen, Associate Program Director, Internal Medicine Residency, Raritan Bay Medical Center agrees there needs to be laws in place in the sta...

On the Road To Improving Teen Driving Safety

Every ten minutes a teen crashes in New Jersey. Motor vehicle crashes are the leading cause of death for young people in New Jersey and across the nat...

Prescription for Better Health Outcomes

A respectful and compassionate relationship between physicians, as well as all other members of the healthcare team, and their patients characterizes ...

The Human Side of Crime

Nationally, two-thirds of people released from state prisons are arrested again; half of those will end up back inside. Forty percent of federal priso...