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Many of us have been pausing our travels and staying home (or close to home) because of the pandemic. However, now that the vaccination numbers are increasing, those travel plans may be forefront in our minds again. If you plan to bundle up the family and take the short trip over to Grandma’s for dinner,…

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This past year has been a boon to the delivery industry due to nationwide stay-at-home orders. Amazon, FedEx, UPS and the USPS all have their own local drivers and, typically, their trucks and vans aren’t much larger than your everyday oversized SUV. However, the blind spots and dangers usually associated with commercial trucks also come…

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A new study published in the online journal Neurology shows that COVID-19, the novel coronavirus, is linked to a number of neurological disorders, affecting about one in every seven patients. Injuries can range from temporary confusion in some individuals to stroke and seizure in others. These findings are of note because the coronavirus does not…

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The recent election ushered in a lot of changes, both nationwide and here in New Jersey. One of the biggest questions on the NJ ballot was the legalization of recreational marijuana for adults, which passed overwhelmingly by referendum. As state legislators begin working on implementation, many residents (and law enforcement) have questions and concerns about…

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The long-term care and nursing home industry suffered tremendous losses during the coronavirus pandemic; however, two bills recently signed by Governor Phil Murphy aims to prevent these issues from happening again. Both laws involve the amount of contact residents have with staff, as well as with friends and family. On October 23, Murphy announced he…

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If you own a Ring video doorbell, you may be affected by a recent product recall. On November 10, Ring and the United States Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) announced a voluntary product recall on Ring’s second-generation video doorbells, stating they can pose a fire hazard when installed incorrectly. In an announcement on its website,…

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