The FDA is inspecting only about one-third of the 160 facilities it normally checks and is focusing on following up on emergencies, responding to recalls and outbreaks and also looking at high-risk ...
According to the FDA, dentists are the fifth most frequent prescribers of opioid pain relievers.
The vote to repeal Obamacare without a clear plan to replace it. What might Congress cost patients here who rely on it? New sentencing guidelines for juvenile offenders. Judges must consider age when ...
This week, the FDA began limiting the sale of e-cigarettes, cigars and hookah tobacco to anyone younger than 18.
Sen. Menendez has his day in court. Helping convicts get back home. Testimony the Transportation Trust Fund can survive. And expanding medical marijuana to include trauma victims.
The New Jersey Health Department is considering expanding the list of ailments medical marijuana can treat.
Many happy returns. Boosting the economy. Sexual preference no longer blocks blood donors. A new species emerges from the marsh. And finding the twin she didn't know existed.
Men will still not be able to donate if they've had sex with another man in the past year.
Cops on the beat taking extra precautions. Begging's banned. Is poverty a crime? Is Mercedes-Benz hitting the road? Preserving an historic ball field. And hospitals help through the holidays.
Consumers often have to trust labels to determine if the food they're buying is organic, natural or kosher.
Hepatitis C is a major global health problem affecting 160 million people worldwide.
Drug characteristics explored by Rutgers research team may also aid HIV treatment.
January is National Blood Donor Month. But fewer eligible New Jersey residents donate blood than the national average.