The latest Kids Count report found more NJ children are covered by health insurance and fewer are living in poverty.
Superbugs are infections that are resistant to antibiotics. Experts say they got their start because of decades of over prescribing medications.
The Police Chaplain Program in Vineland trains chaplains and has been in some of the nation’s hotspots.
Sen. Cory Booker, the ACLU and others oppose a proposal to increase mandatory minimum sentencing for fentanyl.
A team at Rowan University has developed a blood test they can detect early onset Alzheimer’s disease.
One lab says about 5 percent of pool water samples in New Jersey come up dirty.
Cape Regional has a drug treatment program that intervenes with patients in the ER and follows them for a year.
Congressman Frank Pallone discusses how the NFL tried to influence research on the effects of concussions.
Drug overdoses in Cape May County dropped from 47 percent in the first quarter of 2014 to 21 percent in 2016.
Immunotherapy works by stimulating the body's own immune system to attack brain tumors.
A woman from Honduras traveled to NJ to give birth to a baby girl affected by Zika-related microcephaly.
PTSD is not on the list of approved illnesses that are able to obtain a medical marijuana prescription under state law.
May is Mental Health Month. The Mental Health Association in New Jersey's president discusses what issues face the mental health community and the need to raise awareness.
OpenZika offers an opportunity for anyone to help find a cure for the Zika virus through a website.
New Jersey could harvest an estimated $300 million, according to a report by NJ Policy Perspective.