Are Tanning Beds to Blame? Melanoma Cases Spike In Women Under 40 [AUDIO]
Are you planning to hit the tanning salon to bronze your skin for the upcoming bathing suit season? If you are, you may want to think again.
Soaring Gas Prices Keep New Jerseyans Close To Home For Easter [POLL]
The Easter holiday weekend is upon us and many New Jerseyans are opting to stay close to home rather than deal with the soaring gas prices.
Caring for an Elderly Parent, Would You Be Ready? [AUDIO]
It can happen suddenly. A health issue or accident may occur and you wind up being the sole caregiver for your elderly parent.
NJ Urges Residents to Get Vision Screenings [AUDIO]
It’s National Save Your Vision Month and the New Jersey Department of Human Services is urging all residents to be proactive and take advantage of free vision screenings being offered across the state.
New Jerseyans Warned Of Attorney General Impostor [AUDIO]
A fraudulent email that bears the logo and seal of the New Jersey Office of the Attorney General is going around.
Colon Cancer Screenings Up; Still Detection Is Later [AUDIO]
More New Jerseyans are being screened for colon cancer compared to 10 years ago, 65 percent, and still 57 percent of colorectal cancers in the Garden State are being detected at a later stage.
Economy Fuels NJ List of Consumer Complaints [AUDIO]
With the severe rain and flooding New Jersey had in the spring and summer of last year, it’s no surprise that concerns related to home improvements topped the list of complaints filed by consumers with the State Division of Consumer Affairs in 2011.
New Jersey Man Puts Face On Male Anorexia [AUDIO]
Eating disorders have long been considered to only effect women. While 10 million females in the country suffer with the illnesses, there are one million males battling anorexia and bulimia.
More Teen Drivers Smoking Marijuana [AUDIO]
It’s a dangerous trend and it’s becoming increasingly popular. A growing percentage of teens is smoking marijuana and many of them do not believe it is a distraction while driving.
Parents Open The Door To Junk Food For Kids
Despite the plethora of information regarding the importance of healthy foods for children, kids are still getting their hands on it.
Consumer Confidence Pushes To Year-Ago High [AUDIO]
Gas prices may be spiking across the nation, but it’s not expected to shake consumer confidence. That’s according to Ken Goldstein of the Conference Board.
Am I Ugly? Teen Girls Ask Internet for Response [AUDIO]
It’s a disturbing trend to say the least. Many teen girls are taking to YouTube to post “Am I Ugly?” videos, asking internet users whether they are attractive.