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October 5, 2019

CBD Products that are Water Soluble

Gloucestercitynews.net (October 5, 2019)--The traditional oil-based CBD products possess some drawbacks like they have the bioavailability issue, in which, many a time the product is not completely absorbed by the body and gets cleared away unused. To overcome these shortcomings, pure water soluble CBD oils have been developed which are quite effective and reasonable when it comes to cost per dose. They can also be referred to as water-compatible as they have a very small particle size which permits them to disperse in water easily... Read more →


DRPA RECEIVES AWARD FOR BEN FRANKLIN BRIDGE PEDESTRIAN WALKWAY

ADA compliant ramp, which opened in June, recognized with Excellence Award CAMDEN CITY, NJ--The Delaware River Port Authority (DRPA) was proud to be honored with a Complete Streets Excellence Award at the 2019 New Jersey Complete Streets Summit on September 24, 2019. The award is in recognition of the opening of the pedestrian and bicycle ramp on the Ben Franklin Bridge. The ADA compliant ramp, which was opened to the public on June 4, 2019, improves connectivity between Philadelphia and Camden for pedestrians and bicycles... Read more →


Fish & Wildlife Natural Resources Police Blotter: Sept. 23-29

Reminder for the week: Who are Delaware Fish & Wildlife Natural Resources Police? DOVER (Oct. 4, 2019) – To achieve public compliance with laws and regulations through education and enforcement actions that help conserve Delaware’s fish and wildlife resources and ensure safe boating and public safety, DNREC’s Fish & Wildlife Natural Resources Police officers between Sept. 23-29 made 3,311 contacts with hunters, anglers, boaters, and the general public, issuing 22 citations. Officers responded to 57 complaints regarding possible violations of laws and regulations or requests... Read more →


Dawn Watson's Pet Tip of the Week: Introducing a New Human Friend

Dawn Watson/CNBNews Contributor Sometimes it's necessary for your dog to become accustomed to a new friend, a more-or-less permanent person with whom you wish to share your home and your life. But, what about Fido? If your dog was attached to a previous partner, the going may be rough, at first. Fido secured a bond with him or her and that bond is about to change. He may grieve for his previous owner and show signs of displeasure when the new person is introduced. This... Read more →


Cedar Crest College Student from NJ Partake in Annual Day of Service

ALLENTOWN, PA (10/02/2019)-- Cedar Crest College believes that being civically engaged in one's community is a critical step in one's life journey. Each year during New Student Orientation, students are provided an opportunity to begin their civic journey by volunteering during our annual Day of Service. This opportunity allows students to serve others while demonstrating learning, connection, and caring involvement in the surrounding community. The Class of 2023 teamed up with faculty and staff members, Interim President Elizabeth Meade, and their first -year mentors on... Read more →


PATCO Shifts to New Schedule on Oct. 12 for Leaf Season

Gloucestercitynews.net (October 5, 2019)--PATCO announced today an enhanced, revised rail schedule to ensure reliable performance during the annual “leaf season.” The schedule adjustment will take effect on Saturday, October 12th and will continue until early-December, or until all the leaves have fallen. During that period, trains between Lindenwold and Philadelphia will run at slightly reduced speeds adding additional travel time between stations. From mid-October through early December, fallen leaves that are crushed on the rails by traveling trains create an oily residue on the surface... Read more →


CNB HUNTING/FISHING: Household Bleach Inactivates Chronic Wasting Disease Prions

Strategy Appears Feasible for Decontaminating Hunting, Meat Processing Equipment A 5-minute soak in a 40% solution of household bleach decontaminated stainless steel wires coated with chronic wasting disease (CWD) prions, according to a new study by National Institutes of Health scientists. The scientists used the wires to model knives and saws that hunters and meat processors use when handling deer, elk and moose – all of which are susceptible to CWD. The research was conducted at Rocky Mountain Laboratories (RML) in Hamilton, Mont. RML is... Read more →


Philadelphia Man Sentenced to 27 Years for Sex Trafficking of Children

PHILADELPHIA – First Assistant United States Attorney Jennifer Arbittier Williams announced that Collin Cowell, a/k/a “Tyson,” 29, was sentenced to 324 months’ incarceration and 20 years’ supervised release by United States District Court Judge J. Curtis Joyner for his scheme to organize and manage a trafficking venture with ‘employees’ whom he trained to sell young girls into forced sexual conduct. The defendant is also required to register as a sex offender. The defendant was convicted in March 2018 of sex trafficking and aiding and abetting... Read more →


GHOST SHIP PHILADELPHIA DATES AND VIEWING HOURS ANNOUNCED

A 3D light and water-based holographic ‘ghost ship’ make its North American debut as the kickoff to the Delaware River Waterfront Corporation’s newest initiative Simulated view of the ghost ship from Race Street Pier in Philadelphia; Photo by Biangle Studio PHILADELPHIA (October 1, 2019) – Just over a month ago, the Delaware River Waterfront Corporation (DRWC) announced the launch of Ghost Ship, the debut installation of the new Waterfront Arts Program. Ghost Ship will appear on the Delaware River from October 4th through November 3rd.... Read more →


SBA Loans to NJ Small Manufacturers totals $59 Million in 2019

NEWARK, NJ—The U.S. Small Business Administration New Jersey district office reported today that state small manufacturers received 72 loans backed by the SBA for a total of $59 million during the agency’s Fiscal Year 2019, the period of Oct. 1, 2018 thru Sept. 30, 2019. According to SBA New Jersey District Director Al Titone, his office saw small manufacturers receive 7% more loans than they did in Fiscal Year 2018. “Small manufacturing is alive and well in New Jersey,” said Titone. “We’re seeing small manufacturers... Read more →


NJPCA Celebrates 30 Years of Excellence at Annual Conference

Atlantic City, New Jersey- The New Jersey Primary Care Association held its Annual Conference today at Harrah’s Resort. The two-day conference celebrated NJPCA’s three decades of service to New Jersey’s Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs). The conference offered presentations, certification opportunities, and dynamic trainings that allowed participants to discover new and innovative practices in primary care. The 2019 conference featured personal stories of New Jersey FQHC physicians. Having grown up oceans away from where they now practice, Dr. Emmanuel Frederick Ashong and Dr. Raksha Joshi... Read more →


Philadelphia CBP Seizes $162k in Mislabeled Baby Formula from Germany

PHILADELPHIA – One priority of U.S. Customs and Border Protection’s (CBP) trade enforcement mission is consumer protection. CBP seizes all sorts of dangerous products, such as narcotics, counterfeit goods, unregulated prescription medicines, and recently nearly $162,000 in misbranded baby formula. In July, CBP officers encountered the first shipment, which consisted of 52 separate “orders” of 1,560 individual packages of HiPP brand infant formula from Germany. CBP officers discovered U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) alerts on HiPP brand baby formula for misbranded and mislabeled nutrients... Read more →