Marco Rivero and his wife Juana Rivas are graduates of Eva's Village culinary program. Now they are sharing Peruvian dishes with New Jerseyans by way of their new restaurant — Wasiyki.
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Dr. Brian Greenwald with the JFK Johnson Rehabilitation Institute says he’s seeing an increase of patients who survive an opioid overdose but suffer brain trauma because of a lack of oxygen to the ...
At the 4th Annual Women's Health Symposium, the discussions focused on the high infant mortality rate among women of color.
The Assembly Committee on Higher Education took a look at two bills aimed at preventing sexual assault on New Jersey college campuses.
New businesses in the city's Orange Loop look forward to a successful summer season.
Recently released data by the Food Research and Action Center shows that in 2015, only 48% of eligible New Jersey seniors participated in SNAP.
New Jersey colleges and universities say international students and faculty face long waits and uncertainty in the current visa process.
The Matheny Arts Access Program provides the means for disabled artists to bring to fruition works of creativity that are limited by physical impediments.
Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital Somerset recognized the need for health care tailored to LGBTQ patients and started the Proud Family Health Center two years ago. Growing demand caused the ...
Sixteen alleged child predators were caught in a multistate sting called Operation Home Alone.
Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey was recognized once again as a National Cancer Institute designated Comprehensive Cancer Center -- 1 of 50 in the United States.
The roughly 112 people in the residential treatment program take courses on life skills, stress and anger reduction and gang intervention.
The initiative will allow people with substance use disorder to walk into police headquarters to ask for help.
A panel of medical professionals highlighted the importance of access to medication-assisted treatment for inmates experiencing opioid addiction.
There are 78,000 children in New Jersey that are completely uninsured, according to a new report by the left-leaning think tank New Jersey Policy Perspective.