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.
St. Joe's Hospital in Wayne is using virtual reality tools to help treat patients recover from brain damage caused by stroke.
The Ocean County Prosecutor's Office has a pilot project that offers addicts who detox free treatment.
An agency sending doctors to West Africa to stop Ebola say since NJ, NY imposed a quarantine, volunteers decreased.
March of Dimes program Healthy Babies are Worth the Wait educates on how to prevent preterm births.
Assemblywoman Nancy Muñoz says that a new law will help reduce the number of patients re-admitted to hospitals after being discharged.
Members of law enforcement, legislators and treatment experts gathered to discuss ways to combat heroin abuse.
Proposed buyer Prime Healthcare Services has come under fire for its business practices at other hospitals.
The Death with Dignity bill which passed the Assembly and now moves onto the Senate, would require several requests.
A bill, which would allow doctors to prescribe a life-ending drug to a patient has passed.
Health and Human Services Regional Director Jackie Cornell-Bechelli says that the newest feature to the website is window shopping, which allows consumers to browse through the plans.