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Don’t remove the guardians from NJ operating rooms | Opinion

Daily Messenger 27 Mar 2023
I got involved with the New Jersey State Society of Anesthesiologists to advocate for my patients, colleagues and to ensure safe anesthesia care in our state ... He was most recently the chief of Anesthesia at Monmouth Medical Center and is currently the vice-president of the New Jersey State Society of Anesthesiologists.

What do Taylor ham, Einstein & the light bulb have in common? Answer: Central New ...

NJ 26 Mar 2023
Central New Jersey — and yes, it does exist — is not only the center of our great state but also the center of our innovation economy. From biotechnology and electronics to the development of new sources of renewable energy, the Route 1 corridor in Central New Jersey was called “Einstein’s Alley” by former Congressman Rush Holt for a reason.

New Jersey is taking a giant leap forward in the war against cancer. Here's how ...

Burlington County Times 24 Mar 2023
2023 could be the year New Jersey rises to such a challenge ... NJCEED provides under- and uninsured New Jersey residents with access to breast, cervical, prostate and colorectal cancer screenings at no cost to patients ... Jade Bechelli is director of New Jersey Government Relations for the American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network.

Where did the name Vail Headquarters come from?

The Press Enterprise 23 Mar 2023
... Historical Society). Walter Vail, who left New Jersey at age 21 with $100, eventually purchased 87,500 acres of cattle-grazing land in the Temecula Valley as part of his real estate holdings in five states, according to a news release.

ECRI CEO Marcus Schabacker to Deliver Keynote Patient Safety Address

Victoria Advocate 21 Mar 2023
Board-certified anesthesiologist Marcus Schabacker to speak about perioperative patient safety at the New Jersey State Society of Anesthesiologists Annual Meeting, March 25; focus of his talk is on total systems safety ... The New Jersey State Society of Anesthesiologists, Inc.

Living shoreline project in Hoboken progresses as city seeks support of coastal ecology experts

NJ 20 Mar 2023
... a New Jersey-based non-profit focused on coastline and marine ecology and conservation.

NJ must protect infrastructure dollars. We can’t gut pay-to-play laws | Opinion

Burlington County Times 17 Mar 2023
As any New Jersey resident who drives on our roads or takes NJ Transit will tell you, these improvements are much needed. No one who lives in this state will be surprised that the American Society of Civic Engineers gives New Jersey a D+ on the condition of its infrastructure.

This South Jersey Underground Railroad museum to reopen after 3-year closure

Burlington County Times 17 Mar 2023
In 2021, as vaccines became widely available and the world reemerged from lockdowns, though, the Lawnside Historical Society took stock of conditions at the house, which is on the National and New Jersey Registers of Historic Places, and realized that, before the house could ...

Mother of two files lawsuit after being flagged by military for opposing ‘polysexual’ school poster

Life Site 16 Mar 2023
CAMDEN, New Jersey (Thomas More Society) — A New Jersey mother who was treated like a terrorist for posting on social media about offensive signs at a local school is now suing those who violated her civil rights ... North Hanover Township, New Jersey et al., filed by Thomas ...

TCNJ’s Joey Bellamy, Princeton’s Carter Christopher recognized as top collegiate scholars

The Trentonian 12 Mar 2023
Princeton University’s Carter Christopher and The College Of New Jersey’s Joey Bellamy were two local collegiate players who represented their schools in an outstanding manner on and off the field ... Dean The College of New Jersey Scholar-Leader-Athlete is Bellamy ... He is a two-time selection to the New Jersey Athletic Conference All-Academic team.

Colon cancer on the rise among younger adults

Las Vegas Review-Journal 10 Mar 2023
But from 1995 to 2019, colorectal cancer rates doubled among people under 55, even as the overall incidence declined, according to new data from the American Cancer Society ... Rivers, who lives in Williamstown, New Jersey, began routine colonoscopies around his 30th birthday because he was considered at higher risk for colon cancer.

Barry Bornstein: Helping preserve Aiken’s equine community across the board

The Post and Courier 10 Mar 2023
Robbie Davis, a successful New York jockey who was retired, was the trainer, and his daughter was the rider ... Bornstein was the senior vice president of the Easter Seal Society in New Jersey and, next, the CEO and president of the New Jersey Network Foundation, the PBS station in the state ... We were the only news outlet in New Jersey,” he said.

NJ prisoner allegedly murdered fellow inmate, then tried to hide bloody socks and shoes

Burlington County Times 09 Mar 2023
He was charged March 6 after DNA test results from the New Jersey State Police forensics laboratory linked Duette to the slaying ... Duette is currently being held at New Jersey State Prison, described by the Department of Corrections as its facility “housing the most difficult and/or dangerous offenders in the inmate population.".

Mitsubishi Motors Tops Mass-Market Segment of J.D. Power 2023 U.S. Customer Service Index Study

Longview News-Journal 09 Mar 2023
... CO2 emissions of its new cars by 2030 through leveraging EVs — with PHEVs as the centerpiece — to help create a sustainable society. MMNA has its headquarters in Franklin, Tennessee, as well as corporate operations in California, Georgia, Michigan, New Jersey, Texas, and Florida.

He was 31 when diagnosed with colon cancer, a disease on the rise among younger adults

Tyler Morning Telegraph 08 Mar 2023
was diagnosed with colon cancer at age 31, the New Jersey resident had never heard of anyone so young getting a disease more commonly associated with aging ... In New Jersey and Pennsylvania, the disease is even more prevalent than in other parts of the country.

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