Nearly 1,500 New Jersey residents died from kidney disease in 2014.
President Trump and the Republican controlled Congress may be facing their first major political setback.
The methadone clinic in downtown Camden is being sold for development.
Sen. Cory Booker is traveling to speak out against the president's proposed budget.
The Newark Kids Count report shows that as of 2015, only 6.5 percent of Newark's kids were without health insurance.
Fair Share Hospitals Collaborative Executive Director Jennifer Mancuso says though member hospitals provide $123 million worth of charity care each year, they're reimbursed just $12 million. And that ...
The bill would give first responders more leeway in administering an opioid antidote.
Bills sponsored by Asm. Conaway would ban the sale of flavored e-cig products to prevent its use by youth.
Nonprofit Inspira Health Network has created Deterra, which uses charcoal to neutralizes drugs before disposal.
Non-partisan Congressional Budget Office estimates 14 million people would lose health insurance coverage by next year.
Asian Health Services at Holy Name Medical Center offers culturally sensitive care, from appropriate food choices to knowledgeable interpreters and patient advocates.
Freelancers and small business owners are concerned about Republicans' plan to repeal and replace Obamacare.
In New Jersey, 81.6 percent of babies are breastfed at some point compared to 79.2 percent nationally.
The proposal would dramatically change the way health insurance is financed.
A report called "Medicaid 2.0" outlines what New Jersey can do to keep the state's Medicaid program on track.