Professional Fall Conference

Please join us for our annual Professional Fall Conference on 10/25/2019 at Raritan Valley Community College.  Registration is $65 and includes: 6 CEU credits Breakfast Lunch Giveaways! click here to register!
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STATE INVESTIGATES VAPING’S CONNECTION TO LUNG DISEASE

Reports of severe disease in 15 young e-cigarette users in New Jersey, more than 200 nationwide, lead to alarm among healthcare officials Credit: Krystian Graba/Pixabay State and local officials in New Jersey are grappling with reports of severe lung disease in 15 relatively young patients with a history of e-cigarette...
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Vaping Illnesses: protect yourself by avoiding THC filled vapes

Consumers are likely aware of the recent reports of respiratory illnesses — including some resulting in deaths – following the use of vaping products. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) remains deeply concerned about these incidents and is working closely with the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), as well as...
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Teen Vaping: on the road to addiction

This is a program designed for both kids and parents.  To book a program, please contact Jean. jciullo@njprevent.com 908-782-3909
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Prescription opioid use among seniors

Nationwide and locally, marked attention is given to the “opiate challenge,” which is a serious public health problem, an epidemic. With regard to seniors, concerns focus on (1) high rates of narcotic analgesic use, (2) cautious approaches to pain management, and (3) storage and disposal of these drugs (e.g. preventing...
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2019 Farm to Fork – Prevention Resources’ annual fundraiser. Includes sampling from local restaurants, live music, wine tasting, and silent auction.
Farm to Fork
2019 Annual Professional Fall Conference – Include 6 CEUs, Breakfast and Lunch.
Professional Fall Conference

Professional Fall Conference

Please join us for our annual Professional Fall Conference on 10/25/2019 at Raritan Valley Community College.  Registration is $65 and...
Read More

STATE INVESTIGATES VAPING’S CONNECTION TO LUNG DISEASE

Reports of severe disease in 15 young e-cigarette users in New Jersey, more than 200 nationwide, lead to alarm among...
Read More

Vaping Illnesses: protect yourself by avoiding THC filled vapes

Consumers are likely aware of the recent reports of respiratory illnesses — including some resulting in deaths – following the use of...
Read More

Teen Vaping: on the road to addiction

This is a program designed for both kids and parents.  To book a program, please contact Jean. jciullo@njprevent.com 908-782-3909
Read More

Prescription opioid use among seniors

Nationwide and locally, marked attention is given to the “opiate challenge,” which is a serious public health problem, an epidemic....
Read More

Secretary Alex Azar and Surgeon General Jerome Adams hold a press conference on a Surgeon General Advisory – marijuana

“There is a false perception that marijuana is not as harmful as other drugs. I want to be very clear...
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Managing pain differently: A look at alternative therapies

As the opioid epidemic rages on, medical educators and researchers are increasingly exploring nonpharmacological treatments for pain. Read more here!
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Strategies to manage surgical pain

Because addiction to pain pills often starts with an operation, surgeons are shifting to non-opioid approaches for pain control. Many...
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Patient-Centered Care Key for Pain Management in Opioid Crisis

The Pain Management Best Practices Inter-Agency Task Force calls for patient-centered and comprehensive approaches to pain management. An individualized, patient-centered...
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JUUL has entered the school system

(CNN)Juul spent hundreds of thousands of dollars to fund youth programming, efforts that a company employee said "seem to duplicate those of...
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