The clinic in Neptune is an outgrowth of the recent merger of Hackensack Meridian Health, which operates 16 hospitals, and the 100-year-old Carrier Clinic
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The app's management is targeting 150,000 rides a month and is deploying a fleet of 14 vehicles upon launch.
Bids were placed by 150 people on abandoned and tax-lien properties being sold in 'as is' condition over the course of the four-hour event.
To mark National Suicide Awareness Month, hundreds of advocates and experts gathered in Trenton for the Fifth Annual Suicide Prevention Conference.
A workplace victim, as well as advocates and experts in sexual harassment prevention, all shared testimony at a Asbury Park public hearing Wednesday.
Artificial intelligence failure and improvement were all the talk at a Rutgers-Newark conference on Tuesday.
The 2008-to-2017 period saw about 7,800 fatalities in total and countless more non-fatal crashes, with 939 fatalities in 2017 alone.
Menendez says the House plans on advancing several pieces of legislation, including a ban on high-capacity magazines, when Congress returns from the summer session. As of now, Trump has not backed a ...
Theater students at the college suited up to recreate the sporting event in honor of its 150th anniversary.
Research shows that there is a direct correlation between addiction and other mental health disorders.
Ramapo College professor Neriko Doerr is working with the Ramapough Lenape tribe on being their own historians and telling their own story.
New Jersey has been ranked first in the nation for its health and safety policies for student athletes by the Korey Stringer Institute, scoring best in four categories, including exertional heat ...
According to the injury prevention organization Safe Kids Worldwide, on average, every 10 days a child in the U.S. dies from heat stroke in a vehicle.
More than 300 residents took part in a Lake Mohawk public forum where a panel of experts spoke about the importance of aquatic ecology, lake management and stormwater runoff.
A legal battle is looming over New Jersey’s new aid-in-dying law, which went into effect this month only to be set aside, temporarily at least, by a state court judge.