William Paterson University chemistry professors discussed the chemistry behind the foods that we eat.
Despite a decrease in rates overall, one in 64 African-Americans in the state is living with HIV/AIDS compared to 1 in 661 non-Hispanic whites.
Environmentalists sue the city of Newark for not doing enough to fix lead contamination in the water, but the city contends that is outrageous.
Memorial Sloan Kettering partnered with Hackensack Meridian Health to open a state-of-the-art facility for cancer treatment in Montvale.
The first person who responds at an emergency scene is often a bystander, so knowing how to stop the bleed at that moment, while waiting for EMS to arrive, can save a patient’s life.
Gracious Smiles educates students in the classroom about the importance of brushing their teeth, flossing, tooth sealants and nutritional food choices.
Sports betting is now legal in New Jersey and you can bet the Council on Compulsive Gambling has some big concerns.
The bill would require more training and continuing education in the areas of ethics, and pharmacology and sales reps would have to undergo more intense reporting requirements for financial ...
Monday's event was Menendez’s first local news conference since last week’s Democratic primary. Pundits are expecting an expensive, nasty general election campaign.
The DEA is rolling out a three-pronged approach to tackling the opioid epidemic in Newark.
The state’s top health executives convened to discuss the future of New Jersey’s health care, and they all agree there's still a long way to go.
The report shows only 9 out of 47 hospitals in New Jersey met the C-section standard rate of no more than 23.9 percent.
Health experts say the system needs a total overhaul to create an integrated care approach to addiction.
If recreational marijuana is legalized, should the criminal records of people convicted on marijuana charges be expunged?