Professor Kimberlee Moran is researching the link between vaping products and lung illness by studying the chemicals found in both new and used vaping cartridges.
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A plan from Sens. Cory Booker, Kamala Harris and Bernie Sanders aims to lower prescription drug prices in the United States.
Several bills were put forward limiting the sale of vaping products after a task force convened by Gov. Phil Murphy looked into the state’s role in reducing e-cigarette use, especially among young ...
New Jersey is claiming bragging rights for its current lung cancer survival rate.
A joint committee assessed the Murphy administration's progress in supporting minority and women-owned businesses.
MAT, or medication-assisted treatment, was the focus of a Camden information session Monday.
Edison launched a new program to provide affordable rental units for the community.
The media students at West New York’s Memorial High School will be the first New Jersey students to take part in a mentorship experience that teaches the ins and outs of filmmaking.
With the open enrollment period for health insurance coverage commencing on Friday, the state is taking matters into its own hands.
Serving as a reminder of the past and an opportunity to heal, a Monmouth University professor is capturing the voices and perspectives of those affected by Superstorm Sandy through a new art exhibit.
Under One Roof, an annual New Brunswick conference, provided an opportunity for state officials, advocates and more to laud some major achievements in the community development space, as well as ...
The Reentry Services Commission has released a report with best practices to help people make a successful transition from prison to civilian life.
Last week, first lady Tammy Murphy moderated a panel discussion in Newark to bring attention to the maternal mortality issue in the Garden State.
As the fatal overdose rate among youth continues to rise nationally, educators in New Jersey are looking to a prevention and early intervention program to curb youth substance abuse numbers.
Black mothers are five times more likely to die than white mothers in New Jersey, which is ranked 45th in the nation for overall maternal health.