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More NJ Parents Seek Religious Vaccine Exemptions

The New Jersey Department of Health says religious vaccine exemptions more than doubled from 2009 to 2016, from 3,865 primary school children to over 9,500.

New Law Aims to Stem Opioid Addiction Crisis

Gov. Christie signed a bill that limits initial opioid prescriptions, requires insurance companies provide health coverage for up to six months for medically ordered substance abuse treatment and requires a doctor/patient conversation about opioid risks prior to prescribing.

Christie Signs Bill Addressing Opioid Epidemic

Immediately after the Assembly passed a bill that mandates six months of drug treatment and puts a five-day limit on prescriptions of pain pills, Gov. Christie signed.

Discovery Potentially Links How Neurodegenerative Diseases Spread Throughout the Brain

One of big question in the neurodegenerative disease community is, how does the disease spread from cell to cell? A Rutgers graduate student might have discovered the reason.

Nonprofit Brings Joy to Dogs’ Final Days

Monkey’s House offers nonprofit hospice care for dogs without a home.

Seniors Discuss Consequences of Affordable Care Act Repeal

Freshman Congressman Josh Gottheimer held a gathering at the Oakland Senior Citizen Center, speaking about the potential impact of privatizing Medicare and retirement security in the wake of a repeal of the Affordable Care Act.

Program Aims to Make Police Departments Safe Havens for Drug Addicts

The Heroin Addiction Response Program or HARP aims to intercept addicts before they overdose by pairing them with treatment and a recovery coach.

Cost of Overdose Antidote Skyrockets

New research published in the New England Journal of Medicine found that in some cases, naloxone products shot up in price by as much as 500 percent.

Hospital Becomes First in NJ to Offer Specialized LGBTQIA Services

The PROUD Family Health office is part of Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital Somerset, the first hospital in the state to offer specialized primary care services for the LGBTQIA community.

How Racial and Socioeconomic Factors Impact Mental Health Care

A Rutgers-Camden study found that mental health treatment and counseling services are disproportionately received according to racial and socioeconomic factors.