For the first time in 14 years, the American Heart Association is tightening the guidelines for healthy blood pressure.
The Xenex robot, temporarily named Jimi, uses pulsed xenon to kill superbugs, germs, and bacteria in five minutes or less.
Rutgers Center of Alcohol Studies equips law enforcement to better handle the problems of the opioid epidemic.
At an NJTV community forum, panelists discussed what perpetuates poverty and what can be done to reverse it in New Jersey.
Confusion surrounds the ACA as open enrollment begins, but advocates say consumers can find a plan that's right for them.
The Partnership for a Drug-Free New Jersey, Atlantic Health System, Prevention Links and the DEA say medical professionals are the first line of defense against addiction.
New Jersey pharmacies without medical directors can now apply for a standing order to dispense Narcan® without a prescription.
Critics in the substance abuse treatment community continue to find fault with Donald Trump’s approach to solving the nation’s opioid epidemic.
Fulfill NJ's executive director explains how health literacy applies to fitness, nutrition, access to health care and much more.
The president declared a 90-day public health emergency to address America’s deadly opioid epidemic, but some say it's not enough.
A new report shows how widespread the need for SNAP is in fighting food insecurity.
A new study by the RAND Corporation found mechanical knees are more dangerous than the newer, computerized technology known as microprocessor knees.
According to the New Jersey State Police, an act of domestic violence occurs every 7.29 minutes in the state.
The president's opioid commission held its fourth meeting on Friday but still awaits the president’s long-promised federal emergency declaration on the national opioid epidemic.
Though pharmaceutical companies are not allowed to pay doctors directly to prescribe certain medications, they are allowed to compensate them for things like appearances at academic conferences and ...