Creating A Secure Medicinal Marijuana Program

It is not a simple matter to create a program to grow and dispense marijuana in New Jersey for medicinal use. The Department of Health and Seniors Services, along with the Attorney General’s Office, the Department of Agriculture and other state agencies, is building a new, secure network of nonprofit Alternative Treatment Centers (ATC) from the ground up to provide qualified patients with access to medicinal marijuana.

Heart Association Announces Go Red For Women Casting Call

STATE — Looking for a chance to share your life experience? The American Heart Association invites New Jersey women from all walks of life to share their story at a free Go Red For Women Connect Casting Call on Friday, Feb. 10, from 10 a.m. until 8 p.m. in the Macy’s wing at Woodbridge Center Mall in Woodbridge.

A Big Chill Restores Man’s Life After Heart Attack

NEWARK — Barry Ash, 55 of Maplewood, woke up on Friday morning at Newark Beth Israel Medical Center feeling cold. “It was strange. My legs were shivering, but my head was sweating,” Mr. Ash recounted. He was emerging from medically induced hypothermia that saved his brain function following a massive heart attack.

Some Car Manufacturers Are Phasing Out Spare Tires

HAMILTON – New cars may not come with a spare tire for much longer. To meet new government fuel efficiency standards, some vehicle manufactures are omitting heavy spare tires and equipping new vehicles with an emergency sealant and inflator kit or tires that if damaged can run reasonable distances without air.