Medical Society sees giving ability to prescribe dangerous drugs running counter to efforts to prevent addiction.
In Jamesburg, Gerriann LaGuardia hosts Sensitive Santa so autistic children can more comfortably experience a visit with Santa during the holidays.
Rutgers-led research finds similar survival rates whether blood transfusions are large or small.
This flu season could be severe because different strains are circulating than are in the flu vaccine.
While leading doctors’ group opposes measure, some physicians and other health providers back it.
Doctors are still figuring out exactly what happens with patients who have suffered a concussion.
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NJ residents in need of long-term care who were once considered ineligible for Medicaid could enroll with a new trust.
A recent survey found 80 percent of seniors favor requiring medical screenings and a driving test for license renewal.
Rutgers’ Elaine Diegmann continues to bring recognition to midwifery education.
Center For State Health Policy Director Joel Cantor says that physical and metal health issues need to be treated together.
According to the Calorie Control Council, most people ate more than 4,500 calories on Thanksgiving.
Teens are putting neon green stickers in liquor stores to remind people of the dangers of buying alcohol for minors.
Cranberries, which are popular for the Thanksgiving holiday, offer many medicinal benefits.
Law enforcement personnel are wondering why the price of Narcan has nearly doubled.