New Jersey law currently allows 16- and 17-year-olds to marry with parental consent, and allows children under 16 to marry with parental and judicial consent.
Centering programs provide information that helps empower women, which in turn lowers preterm births rates.
New Jersey's maternal mortality rate is nearly double the national average.
The historic State House has fallen into disrepair. Can we afford to fix it? Can we afford not to? A candidate for governor slows his pace on the campaign trail to undergo treatment for cancer. A bill ...
Doctors suggest anyone who is pregnant or trying should take folic acid.
The AmeriMama program at Meadowlands Hospital entices pregnant Russians to deliver their babies here, making the babies eligible for U.S. citizenship.
The governor gets a law on the books. Making “unequivocal, unashamed, unapologetic support of Israel” the policy of the state. State road and bridge repairs, stalled over depleted transportation ...
NJ requires postpartum depression screenings and the state Department of Health offers resources for women.
Ahead of Tuesday's key primary for Christie, that old bridge gate scandal hits the headlines. In pre-trial arguments, former Christie staffers score a victory in court over potentially incriminating ...
Rutgers’ Joseph Apuzzio, who treats high-risk pregnancies, outlines immediate steps to take.
ChoiceOne Pregnancy and Sexual Health Resource Centers located in Lawrenceville and Promise of Grace Ministries located in Ewing both help young adults going through unplanned pregnancies.