The gadget, not unlike the Fitbit, is worn like a wristband, but can measure cellular properties and can save trips to the lab.
Improving the lives of the smallest New Jersey residents will take time, money and determination, but now there’s a benchmark to measure progress.
The holidays affect physical and mental health. Here is a look at some things to look out for.
Fulfill NJ's executive director explains how health literacy applies to fitness, nutrition, access to health care and much more.
They're from different parties but on the same side. State leaders calling for civility after partisan hate speech led to violence. Legalizing marijuana. As lawmakers start re-writing the ban on ...
A statewide poll asked people how they feel about the healthfulness of their neighborhoods.
The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation took a close look at emergency preparedness state by state.
Protests amid progress in Atlantic City. A first-in-a-generation development's started as demonstrators decry state control. State senators wrestle with how to fund health care while funding from ...
Hunterdon County tops the list of New Jersey's healthiest counties while Cumberland is the unhealthiest.
New guidelines to end the epidemic of addiction and death from prescription painkillers. The CDC instructs doctors treating chronic pain to prescribe a limited amount and only as a last resort. A ...
Physicians are coming together and consolidating into larger groups to reduce their costs and give them leverage with the insurance companies. The price? Their autonomy and independence.
Christie's never had a veto overturned, but one gun control measure aimed at gun buyers with mental health records already overridden by the Senate. It had a shot in the assembly. Today was the vote. ...
AC's emergency management report. Will the plan work? Re-routing freight traffic. Better for most. Bad for them. Your county's vital signs. And could college tuition go this low?
The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation released its annual report ranking New Jersey counties' health.
A nasty strain of flu hits home. A bad year behind it, Atlantic City has reason to celebrate. U.S. senator's resolutions for New Jersey's future. And the former governor's perspective too.