The New Jersey Department of Health is warning anyone who dined at the Mendham Golf and Tennis Club between June 9 and June 30 that they could have come into contact with the Hepatitis A virus from a food handler at the "member only" club. CBS2's Cindy Hsu reports.

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NJ DOH Warns About Hepatitis A At Golf And Tennis ClubThe New Jersey Department of Health is warning anyone who dined at the Mendham Golf and Tennis Club between June 9 and June 30 that they could have come into contact with the Hepatitis A virus from a food handler at the "member only" club. CBS2's Cindy Hsu reports.
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NJ Boy's Tragic Death Leads To Hope For 4 Organ Donation RecipientsJeremy Maraj's smile could light up a room, but sadly that brightness dimmed in July when he was struck by a hit-and-run driver in Union Township. CBS2's Meg Baker reports.
Man Bringing Back ALS Ice Bucket ChallengeA Westchester man battling ALS is fighting for a cure and one way he hopes to do that is by bringing back the ice bucket challenge. Pat Quinn was diagnosed with the deadly degenerative disease in 2013. CBS2's Tara Jakeway reports.
Rep. Nita Lowey Holds Discussion On Teen Vaping EpidemicA local Congresswoman is working to combat the rise of teen vaping, which she calls a public health emergency.
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