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Nutley is offering free Colorectal Cancer Education & Take Home Kits! Tues, March 7 – Colorectal Cancer Education and Take Home Kits – Free - 10am – 12pm Receive Free Colorectal Cancer … more
The Sharing Place at St. Paul Lutheran Church offers bags of groceries or ready-made meals to needy people on the last two Saturdays of every month, 8 am to noon. We serve nutritious food to over 600 … more
Depression is a common illness worldwide, with more than 300 million people affected. Depression is different from usual mood fluctuations and short-lived emotional responses to challenges in … more
Rutgers scientists say neurodegenerative diseases like Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s may be linked to defective brain cells disposing toxic proteins that make neighboring cells sick. In a study … more
For the 100 million people who live within 3 feet of sea level in East and Southeast Asia, the news that sea level in their region fluctuated wildly more than 6,000 years ago is important, according … more
The New Jersey Department of Health has created a Measles alert for Jersey City and beyond, after someone came down with a confirmed case of Measles last week. A man traveled to Jersey City and … more
Rutgers University scientists have discovered a molecular pathway in the brain that may help provide answers to long-term memory problems in the elderly and aid researchers in identifying drug-based … more
The Film Institute at Montclair State and the Montclair Film Festival have partnered once again to present the Behind the Screen. The program consists of a full day of workshops that are free and … more
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