The state can’t keep up with demand since adding five new categories of qualifying medical conditions, including migraines and anxiety. There are now roughly 31,000 patients in the medical marijuana ...
New Jersey’s overall youth suicide rate is about half the national average, but it shows a disturbing trend. While rates for older youths aged 19 to 24 declined from 2012 to 2015, the rate rose for ...
Biotech companies are in the midst of a major expansion and nearly 400 are scattered throughout the state. They're expanding New Jersey’s reputation from the “Medicine Chest of the World” to a ...
Gov. Murphy announced that due to legislation he signed to stabilize the state's insurance market, health insurance rates will actually decrease an average of 9.3 percent next year.
The work has only just begun, and it will take more than reducing patient populations and increasing staffing levels.
New data from the CDC indicates an unprecedented surge in STD infection rates nationwide, but why is there an increase in infection rates when people are reporting having less sex?
When a pet is diagnosed with cancer, treatment comes with a hefty price tag. The Brodie Fund helps owners pay for medical care for their furry friends.
Mental health service provider Carrier Clinic and Hackensack Meridian Health are in the process of completing a significant merger. Carrier Clinic CEO Don Parker explains how the merger has the ...
Integrity House in Newark celebrates 50 years of providing a therapeutic community for recovering addicts.
Sweeney says legal weed bill could get vote next month.
In New Jersey, only 21 percent of residents met CDC guidelines. A dietitian recommends options like "creative movement" as a way to remain active, even at work.
A congressional bill from the 90s is cited as one of the biggest factors that has led to the doctor shortage.
Former Denver Broncos player Vance Johnson joined officials from the Morris County Prosecutor's Office to engage the community about the ongoing opioid crisis.
New Jersey's community health centers see 538,000 patients a year, many of whom are uninsured or underinsured.
Federal agencies announced a new cross-partnership task force to tackle Medicare fraud and abuse that will use big data to unveil foul play.