The CDC indicates that every year 2 to 10 percent of pregnancies nationwide are affected by gestational diabetes.
St. James Church in Newark was rocking Wednesday morning in anticipation of Gov. Phil Murphy’s visit, where Murphy and his progressive agenda are popular.
At a conference in Newark, health care workers, policy makers and state leaders are gathering. Proposing prevention strategies and improvements to obstetric care.
Phil Murphy hit on a number of legislative priorities in his inaugural address, including women's heath, equal pay, raising the minimum wage and earned sick leave.
Heart disease is the number one killer of women, with cardiovascular disease killing about one woman every 80 seconds.
The Department of Health has a $1.6 billion budget.
Women's health advocates gathered to call for Gov. Christie to restore family planning services to the state budget.
Preventing another Ferguson. The steps they're taking in Camden. Have some elementary school kids been exposed to dangerous chemicals? Revel's lost a bag of money. Really. A bag fell off a truck.
Stender says that NJ has lost health care for women because funding has been reduced for the fifth year in a row.
Overriding the governor on marriage equality. We’ll talk about why that is becoming a possibility. Plus, big changes in the public schools. A big addition at Rutgers. And a controversial jobs ...
Planned Parenthood Director Aims to Show NJ Legislators Women’s Health Advocates Are Paying Attention
Planned Parenthood Action Fund of New Jersey Political Field Director Courtney Patterson says women's health is under attack throughout the country and in the Garden State. The organization is ...
Paying tribute to a native-son. New Jersey leaders remember actor James Gandolfini. Plus, the new deal they have on a state budget. The new numbers on the unemployment rate. And the Supreme Court ...
Democratic gubernatorial candidate Barbara Buono told women at the State House that Gov. Chris Christie isn't supporting them and their causes.
State Sen. Loretta Weinberg says women's ability to make health decisions are being undermined.