Murphy and the Legislature compromise on consumption sites, home delivery and more.
The doses of naloxone nasal spray were handed out at pharmacies Tuesday as part of a pilot program.
On Tuesday, residents can walk into one of 174 participating pharmacies across the state and pick up a dose of naloxone for free.
Anna Landre is now working with lawmakers to create system-wide reforms to ensure no one has to choose between an education and health care.
Proton therapy targets radiation to a specific area, sparing healthy tissue.
Helium is used in things like airbags, fiber optics, deep sea diving, in NASA’s rocket fuel engines and in MRI machines.
The state Attorney General’s Office says if you know someone or have witnessed elder abuse you should call let people know by talking about it.
The Stop Surprise Medical Bills Act would expand protections to residents whose plans aren't protected by New Jersey law.
The coalition wants Pallone, who is chair of the House Energy and Commerce Committee, to co-sponsor HR 1384, the Medicare for All Act.
Anna Landre’s Medicaid services are being cut, and the hours of personal care assistance she receives while away at school are getting slashed from 16 hours a day to 10.
Murphy said in a statement that pharmacies across the state will be handing out single doses of naloxone on June 18 on a first-come, first-served basis.
State health officials are calling for massive overhauls at nursing facilities following the death of 11 children from a viral outbreak at the Wanaque center last year.
A ribbon-cutting at Vaseful Flower and Gifts in Princeton marks another opportunity for New Jerseyans with disabilities.
Since January 2018, 100 New Jersey preteens have attempted suicide by drug overdose.
Last year New Jersey reported its highest number of West Nile virus cases with more than 60 cases identified in 20 counties.