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Where New Jersey Stands on Abortion

By New Jersey Monthly | 11/14/2022
The constitutional right to abortion may have been overturned, but the Garden State remains committed to reproductive rights....
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When Abortion Saves a Life

By New Jersey Monthly | 11/14/2022
Certain conditions and complications during pregnancy can make termination a medically necessary option to preserve a mother's health and life....
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What’s the State of Plastic Surgery in New Jersey?

By New Jersey Monthly | 11/14/2022
The influence of social media, plus changing demographics and expectations, prove plastic surgery is about more than just a pretty face....
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The Mental-Health Aftershocks of Covid-19

By New Jersey Monthly | 11/14/2022
Studies indicate that the virus has prompted a rise in stress, anxiety and serious behavioral issues....
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New Jersey’s Top Doctors of 2022

By New Jersey Monthly | 11/01/2022
Our Jersey Choice list of the state’s 1,062 best practitioners, as chosen by their peers....
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Here's how the doctors are chosen for our annual list....
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The nonprofit connects major institutions to Newark's smaller businesses. It also works to address issues like the digital divide and the cost of living....
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The massive new Adjacent Festival is bringing a star-studded musical lineup to the Atlantic City beach next Memorial Day weekend....
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The nonprofit helps Essex County children and families facing abuse through investigative, prosecutorial, treatment and prevention services....
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The popular game is releasing a Jersey Shore–centric board—but not before gathering suggestions from local establishments and residents....
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“This is where the motion picture industry started, and this is where a theater belongs to commemorate that,” says Mayor Mark Sokolich....
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Finn’s Point National Cemetery in Pennsville, created for Confederate dead, also houses the remains of 13 Russian turncoats who joined Nazi forces....
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The 21-foot memorial—an initiative of the Ancestors Speak 313+ project—is being built at the historic Siloam-Hope First Presbyterian Church....
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A highly immersive center in the East Rutherford complex will become the first permanent home for the New Jersey Hall of Fame since its 2008 inception....
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NJ Police Must Now Be Licensed

By New Jersey Monthly | 10/10/2022
All law enforcement officers in the state are required to pass periodic professional and psychological training classes every three years....
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New Jersey native J.R. Smith used to be an NBA sharpshooter. Now he spends his time golfing—and in the classroom—at North Carolina A&T....
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Playing Ping-Pong May Help Parkinson’s Sufferers

By New Jersey Monthly | 09/23/2022
How PingPongParkinson, a nonprofit founded by musician Nenad Bach, is benefiting New Jerseyans with the disease at its River Edge location....
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What secrets might ooze out as investigators take another look at the 2014 deaths of John and Joyce Sheridan?...
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How Higher Education Has Changed Forever

By New Jersey Monthly | 09/19/2022
NJ schools can never go back to the way things were before the pandemic. ...
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Student scientist Sonia Michaluk discovered her passion at a young age while volunteering at Ridgeview Conservancy, a Princeton nonprofit....
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