In October, Rep. Josh Gottheimer introduced new bipartisan legislation designed to adjust how the National Cancer Institute spends federal dollars.
Several bills were put forward limiting the sale of vaping products after a task force convened by Gov. Phil Murphy looked into the state’s role in reducing e-cigarette use, especially among young ...
The Cherry Hill School District’s policy on school lunch debt sparked a national conversation and helped to motivate a number of bills in Trenton.
New Jersey is claiming bragging rights for its current lung cancer survival rate.
Lawmakers empaneled the roundtable discussion to gather information on how best to address the physical, social and psychological well-being of youths across the state, who they said are increasingly ...
At the YMCA in Somerville on Veterans Day, the subject was, appropriately enough, veterans themselves — the problems they face and what is being done to address their particular needs.
MAT, or medication-assisted treatment, was the focus of a Camden information session Monday.
For the first time, a possible culprit has been identified in the more than 2,000 vaping-related illnesses and 39 deaths, including one in New Jersey.
Three members of the city council, all members of the Black Caucus, said Friday they had introduced legislation encompassing a prohibition on all sales of so-called flavored vapes,
Administrators say they plan to officially open the hospital's doors in early December.
NJTV News anchor Mary Alice Williams sat down with Dr. Su Wang, who has answers on the Hepatitis A outbreak.
Worried residents of Somerset County have lined up for free vaccinations against Hepatitis A, in the midst of an outbreak of the highly contagious, yet preventable disease.
Through teaching ARC, clinical psychologist Dr. Jana Pressley of the Trauma Center in Massachusetts is empowering clinicians and counselors with new tools for helping traumatized children.
A symposium Wednesday at Seton Hall Law School in Newark saw lawyers and tenant advocates discussing tenants who withhold rent to get satisfaction.
Newark residents were again picking up bottled water — in this case, from pallets donated by a Texas charity — saying they are still worried about the dangerous element in their drinking water, ...