The New Jersey Department of Health says religious vaccine exemptions more than doubled from 2009 to 2016.
The annual Walk to Washington. A who's who of politics and business leaders heard a dire warning from Gov. Christie. Measuring the impact of bail reform. It's taking pressure off jails. But the ...
AAP says it’s “acceptable” for doctors to drop a family who won't get their children vaccinated.
The FBI warns of hackers on Election Day perhaps even deciding the outcome of races. What's New Jersey doing about it? Gov. Christie expands what he calls a lifesaving program on International ...
Eric Scott hosts a New Jersey 101.5 Town Hall discussion about children's vaccinations Wednesday at 7 p.m.
A Rutgers infectious diseases expert discusses the myths and realities of the measles outbreak and the “vaccine gap” that has put certain adults at risk.
While the governor's vaccine gaffe goes viral, the Grand Old Party throws itself a gala. Building flood resistant properties. Fire resistant too. And snapping up prime Atlantic City real estate.
Gov. Christie said that parents should have some choice in vaccinating their children.
With the governor away, Republicans plan the post-Christie era. Vaccines. A health issue. Now a legal one. The safest ride in any weather. And snow, sleet, slush, slop. Happy Groundhog Day.
Some doctors believe it may take litigation to get people to understand that choosing not to vaccinate their children affects others.
NJTV News Correspondent Briana Vannozzi offers a series delving into the debate over vaccinations.
Christie in the UK. Brushing up his diplomatic chops. It cost a bundle. Did Jersey's Super Bowl pay off? The cost of refusing vaccinations. Monitoring the march of the penguins.
Some parents want to opt out of vaccinating their children, but others say it's putting public health at risk.
Pension reform? The panel gets guidance from Geithner. Savaging the "Save Atlantic City" plan. Food and fuel stalled by the governor's veto. Does refusing vaccinations imperil public health? And ...
Some parents don't want to immunize their children, for fear of doing harm. Most doctors say the vaccines are safe.