After pleas from the town's mayor, grants from the Greater Newark United Way and Clara Maass Medical Center provided a combined $70,000 to provide filters for Belleville residents.
A new clinical research trial is helping some stroke patients with limited mobility.
Pending legislation would require public schools to screen students for depression.
A bill awaiting the governor's signature would require insurance companies to cover fertility preservation treatments in patients who have to undergo harsh treatments like radiation and chemotherapy ...
Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome, or NAS, happens when babies are exposed to opioids in the womb and experience symptoms of withdrawal.
As part of a statewide awareness campaign, first lady Tammy Murphy is raising awareness about maternal mortality with the goal of lowering deaths and erasing racial disparity.
Trenton is embarking on a new, comprehensive plan to replace 37,000 lead service pipes leading to individual properties with copper tubing.
Gov. Phil Murphy announced Wednesday that deaths from opioid overdoses in New Jersey dropped in 2019, from 3,118 to 3,021.
The city of Newark reports lead levels in unfiltered tap water have fallen 74% since last February and 90% of the samples taken show lead levels have fallen to 17.3 parts per billion -- still slightly ...
State health officials are warning that influenza is now widespread across the state, with the number of cases sharply on the upswing with weeks to go before the expected peak of the flu season.
Congressman Andy Kim held a roundtable in Florence on stalled legislation designed to rein the cost of prescription drugs.
Months after a lawsuit alleged under staffing and dangerous conditions, a patient has been charged with murder after a stabbing death inside the state-run institution Tuesday.
Gov. Phil Murphy on Thursday signed a law that, for now at least, inoculates women’s health clinics run by Planned Parenthood and other agencies against the loss of nearly $10 million under an ...
We take a look back at the biggest health stories in New Jersey in 2019 -- from vaccinations, to vaping and the opioid epidemic.
Data from the New Jersey Hospital Association shows that the rate of cesarean sections in New Jersey has dropped substantially.