Experts say communication is key to first responders dealing with work trauma.
One hospital looks to build trust with African-American men and increase their health outcomes.
The symposium brought together families, caregivers and medical professionals all focused on making the already difficult aging process less stressful and painful for adults with developmental and ...
A national report from the Food Research & Action Center found the number of New Jersey children receiving after school meals through two federal programs is increasing. However, advocates say the ...
The state’s expected to announce the six new licensees -- two each in South, Central and North Jersey -- Nov. 1.
OB-GYN residents deliver a baby in The Center for Simulation and Experiential Learning at Jersey Shore University Medical Center.
Mount Laurel residents Danielle Stuffo and Danielle Koening launched the nonprofit after watching a commercial about a similar organization out-of-state. At the time, their friends were recently ...
Newark Public Library is the latest to participate in a program to help those who are blind or visually impaired tap into the wealth of knowledge available to others.
One out of seven children will experience the death of a parent before the age of 20.
Recovering addict, best-selling author and founder of a wellness center Brian McAlister has created a virtual recovery tool to help others manage addiction recovery.
Lauren Arena pursued her passion for dancing in spite of a rare condition that limits her mobility.
A new program's been created to connect people with Autism Spectrum Disorder to the research, resources and services they need.
Rutgers New Jersey Medical School and the Bergen County Medical Examiner's Office announced an innovative partnership to address problems of the beleaguered institution.
The Brain Injury Alliance of New Jersey and other public health groups and health care providers convened to discuss the recently published guidelines by the CDC to improve care of children with ...
At a conference by the Council of Compulsive Gambling of New Jersey, easy access to placing bets sparked worry that the state’s gambling addiction problem will only grow worse.