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Follow-Up Key to Successful Substance Abuse Treatment

Cape Regional Medical Center has a drug treatment program that intervenes with patients in the ER and follows them for a year.

Rep. Pallone Discusses NFL Concussion Research

Congressman Frank Pallone discusses how the NFL tried to influence research on the effects of concussions.

Cape May County Sees 25 Percent Drop in Drug Overdoses

Drug overdoses in Cape May County dropped from 47 percent in the first quarter of 2014 to just 21 percent for the same period this year. It's been a community effort between faith-based groups, law enforcement, schools and hospitals.

Immunotherapy Offers Hope to Brain Tumor Patients

Immunotherapy works by stimulating the body's own immune system to attack brain tumors. Patients who have participated in clinical trials have seen success from the treatment.

Baby Born at HackensackUMC with Zika Related Birth Defect

A woman from Honduras traveled to New Jersey to give birth to a baby girl who was affected by Zika-related microcephaly.

Veterans Explore Benefits of Using Medical Marijuana for Treating PTSD

PTSD is not on the list of approved illnesses that are able to obtain a medical marijuana prescription under state law. A panel of eight medical professionals was set up to determine whether the drug can effectively treat PTSD.

Mental Health Association President Discusses Mental Health Month

May is Mental Health Month. The Mental Health Association in New Jersey's president discusses what issues face the mental health community and the need to raise awareness.

OpenZika Project Uses Public to Help Find Zika Virus Cure

OpenZika offers an opportunity for anyone to help find a cure for the Zika virus. Through a website, you can sign up to run calculations on your computer or Android device.

Legalization Advocates: Marijuana Could Bring in $300M in Revenue

New Jersey could harvest an estimated $300 million, according to a report prepared by New Jersey Policy Perspective, if it legalized recreational marijuana use and taxed it at 25 percent.

Study: Medical Errors Are Third Leading Cause of Death

A Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine study reveals deaths by medical mistakes are way under reported and actually are the third leading cause of death in the U.S.