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Diabetes threatens many Newark residents

Diabetes threatens about one out of three people in the U.S., according to the American Diabetes Association (the organization has an office about 13 miles east of Newark, in Manhattan). Among minorities, the risk of the disease is even higher.

Does the subminimum wage exploit disabled workers?

With a stroke of his pen on an executive order, President Obama recently required all federal contractors to pay workers at least a minimum wage of $10.10. The order included disabled workers, a partial triumph for activists who have long argued that's it's past time to end so-called sheltered workshops, where disabled employees can be paid subminimum wages.

Social Security Disability enrollment levels off

Most people who regularly follow the news understand that dramatic stories of impending doom get more attention than level-headed descriptions of reality. The point is illustrated by news coverage over the past several years of Social Security Disability.

'Payee' alleged mismanagement threatens SSDI benefits

As many residents of Newark know, it can be a time-consuming struggle to successfully apply and be approved for Social Security Disability benefits. For many, their initial claim is rejected, prompting them to file an appeal with the help of an SSDI attorney.

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