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National disability organizations speak out against news report

Many people in New Jersey rely on the news in order to form opinions or make decisions. This fact alone makes it vital for news organizations to report the truth and give viewers reliable information they can trust. Sadly though, this is not always the case and sometimes the news reports heavily on just one side. 

A glimpse into Social Security disability criteria

Applying for Social Security disability benefits can be confusing. Those who are entitled to receive disability often wonder what information is needed and what to do if denied. Considering the fact that more than 50 percent of applicants are denied the first time, the latter is a question that comes up time and time again. 

More TV shows delving into disability discussion

If you ask someone who has a disability about their impairment, they might respond that a disability is what someone has, not who someone is. It is one part of a whole life, but those without a disability don’t often get the chance to understand what life is like for these individuals or why they may need long-term Social Security disability assistance.

Memory study a step toward better helping those with depression

Depression can really take over a person's life. For some, getting out of bed in the morning can be one of the most challenging tasks of the day. For others, their depression can leave them unable to function to their full capacity in the workplace. 

Multiple sclerosis cases increase by 10 percent across the world

Multiple sclerosis is a chronic, often debilitating disease that attacks the body's central nervous system. According to the Mayo Clinic, with this disease the immune system eats away at the myelin that covers the nerves. Once this myelin is damaged, it can cause communication issues between the brain, spinal cord and other areas of the body, which can affect everything from the ability to walk to the ability to speak clearly. 

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