Dr. DiFerdinando says an Ebola epidemic like West Africa is extremely unlikely to occur in the U.S.
The non-profit Isles, Inc. is hosting its Annual Haunted Run and Monster Madness Mile Fun Run on Saturday, Oct. 25 to raise money to support their programs in Trenton.
Christie was at HackensackUMC to discuss New Jersey's response plan to the Ebola virus.
Flu season is coming and many residents are heading to doctors to get a flu shot.
Those experiencing chronic pain and other medical conditions have found alternative therapies helpful.
Garden State Equality Executive Director Andrea Bowen says that the LGBT movement is not over with same-sex marriage and that there are many more issues to tackle.
Rare earth nanocrystals and infrared light can reveal small cancerous tumors and cardiovascular lesions.
Dr. Ruth Westheimer will be delivering the first Richard D. Heffner Open Mind Lecture at Rutgers University Oct. 22.
Although Ebola screening began, passengers said they were not checked for fevers.
Prevent Child Abuse New Jersey is hosting its Fourth Annual Footsteps for Families Walk-A-Thon to raise money for their child abuse prevention programs.
NJ State Nurses Assoc. CEO Ridge says more information about Ebola is necessary to combat the spread of the virus.
Many are worried that the chemicals used in artificial turf playing fields could cause cancer.
Health care workers started mock Ebola drills to practice proper protocol.
JFK Johnson Rehabilitation Institute Pain Management Program Medical Director Dr. Iqbal Jafri says that all physicians should make an effort to use the Prescription Drug Monitoring Program to reduce ...
To prevent the spread of enterovirus D68, Jackson Township officials have ordered more sanitation efforts.