NJTV News Correspondent Briana Vannozzi offers a series delving into the debate over vaccinations.
Some parents want to opt out of vaccinating their children, but others say it's putting public health at risk.
Director of the Rutgers Center for State Health Policy Joel Cantor says that a study by New England Journal of Medicine showed that a higher reimbursement in Medicaid improved appointment availability ...
Some parents don't want to immunize their children, for fear of doing harm. Most doctors say the vaccines are safe.
A Rutgers study suggests that pregnant women and young children are more susceptible.
The American Lung Association says New Jersey isn't doing enough to stop tobacco use.
A study finds many patients are unaware of what the anesthesiologist actually does.
NJTV News Correspondent Michael Hill says Westchester Medical Center has several days worth of supplies and the White Plains Department of Public Works has 100 workers on hand to clear the roads.
New Jersey often has to import blood from New York and other areas to meet its demand.
ChoiceOne Pregnancy and Sexual Health Resource Centers located in Lawrenceville and Promise of Grace Ministries located in Ewing both help young adults going through unplanned pregnancies.
Assembly Minority Leader Jon Bramnick led a health care summit at Kean University.
Steve Sweeney is waiting to call for a vote on the Death with Dignity bill in the Senate until he's sure it will pass.
Dan Diaz, the husband of Brittany Maynard, a brain cancer patient who decided to end her own life, says that the Death with Dignity law should be considered because it would allow patients to make ...
St. Joseph's in Paterson follows up with children who underwent cancer treatment to help with any late side effects.
Region II Director of the Department of Health and Human Services Jackie Cornell-Bechelli says that while New Jerseyans getting insurance through the Affordable Care Act saw premiums increase, they ...