Paulsboro residents are still under a shelter in place order after Friday's train derailment and chemical spill as officials continue to monitor the situation.
After a train derailment and chemical spill Friday, Paulsboro residents still have questions about their safety and complain about the lack of communication from officials.
A plume of the dangerous chemical vinyl chloride was released into the air following the train derailment this morning.
Genevieve Kumapley, Barbie Zimmerman-Bier and Lorell Levy created Haven International Center for Special Education, an autism and developmental disabilities treatment and training center in Ghana.
Director of the Disaster and Terrorism Branch of the New Jersey Division of Mental Health and Addiction Services Adrienne Fessler Belli said her branch of the Department of Human Services has an ...
After receiving a bone marrow transplant nine years ago, 17-year-old Erin Barone got to meet her donor at Hackensack University Medical Center.
Virtua President and CEO Richard Miller says health care organizations will focus on preventing chronic illness and keeping patients at home instead of in hospitals.
The Senate and Assembly both passed the New Jersey Health Benefits Exchange Act, but Republicans still oppose the measure.
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.