Assemblyman Timothy Eustace has introduced legislation banning the use of conversion therapy by mental health professionals, saying mental health organizations disavowed the practice 40 years ago.
In the wake of a second case of fungal meningitis linked to the potentially contaminated steroid medication, some say changes to regulations may needed in the future regarding use of compounding ...
There is now a confirmed case of fungal meningitis in the Garden State. At least 11 people have died after receiving a spinal injection for back pain.
Assemblywoman Amy Handlin says that legislative proposals she set forth would help stop the state's medical brain drain.
The federal government has approved the Christie administration's plan to reform Medicaid, which officials say will help deliver more effective services and keep more seniors at home and with ...
Dr. Thomas Cavalieri, dean of the UMDNJ School of Osteopathic Medicine, says the college merger, expected July 1, 2013, should make the school stronger and improve health care in the state.
Barnabas Health President and CEO Barry Ostrowsky says that while care has improved, the health care system as a whole is chaotic.
From the battle over the creation of a New Jersey health insurance exchange program under Obamacare to a wave of hospital mergers and takeovers, a healthcare revolution is underway in the Garden ...
Thanks to the Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act, students must take a fruit or vegetable with their school lunches. The effort is meant to curb obesity rates.
Marlton-based Semper Fido takes rescue dogs and train them to work with veterans who are suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder.
Today is the first day potential patients were able to log on to the website.
There has been one confirmed human case of West Nile virus in the state, which has prompted officials to take action to prevent further spread of the mosquito borne illness.
New Jersey State Epidemiologist Dr. Christina Tan says most people don't experience severe symptoms from West Nile virus, but there is a possibility for complications.
Sports Concussion Center of New Jersey Director Rosemarie Moser says children are participating in more sports year round, which she believes is raising the rates of concussions for young people.
Hackensack University Health Network President and CEO Robert Garrett said health care reform will give residents more access to health insurance and will lessen hospitals' expenses in treating ...