Dr. Robert Brooks says early action is critical with children on the autism spectrum and prefers a team approach involving parents, teachers and specialists when working with them.
Food Depot Supermarket is the first supermaket to open in Central Ward in 22 years and will give Newark’s residents access to healthier food options and create more than 100 jobs.
The program, held after school at YMCAs throughout the state, promotes physical activity, healthy eating and family involvement.
HackensackUMC at Pascack Valley would reopen in Westwood in 2013 with 128 beds.
Veteran's Haven North, a 100-bed facility modeled after Veteran's Haven in Winslow Township, will help homeless veterans get back on their feet.
Herb Conaway Jr. says the practice will reduce cavities and save the state money on dental care.
Mary O'Dowd says funding for health programs is helping improve access to care.
Mary O'Dowd says the state is creating a strict regulatory structure for medicinal marijuana.
State Sen. Loretta Weinberg says women's ability to make health decisions are being undermined.
Proposed changes to the way autism is categorized has advocates wondering what the new classifications might do to diagnosis numbers and treatment.
Ten children in New Jersey have been diagnosed with the disease Pertussis, also known as whooping cough in Hunterdon and Ocean Counties.
The Essex County Rape Care Center, a program of Family Service League Inc., is facing its greatest challenge since it was founded in 2004.
January is National Blood Donor Month. But fewer eligible New Jersey residents donate blood than the national average.
Sprung from a New Jersey support hotline for law enforcement, Vets4Warriors employs veterans to help other vets and those currently serving in the military.
The benefits of design in health care can be seen at Capital Health Medical Center.