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?
In the roughly 18 months since RWJ Barnabas Health opened the state’s first and only designated clinic for LGBTQ residents, more than 900 patients have walked through it’s doors. To keep up with ...
Under the new law, health care providers must inform consumers about any possible out-of-network services, before they’re performed, and how much patients are expected to pay.
The treatment helps Vickie Siculiano, the mother of a three-year-old son, spend more time with her son.
Mid-State Correctional Facility attempts to shift the criminal justice approach to addiction from punitive to rehabilitative.
Health Commissioner Elnahal urges physicians and caregivers to think of medicinal marijuana as mainstream medicine, not alternative.
Dr. Rebecca Cipriano discusses the benefits of yoga and how it can be even healthier than previously believed.
NJ health officials raise awareness about increased incidents of Lyme disease and highlight preventive measures.
About 150 of New Jersey’s youngest came out in strollers with their moms during a rather festive rally in Trenton.
In an effort to get evacuees the assistance they need, the state has been holding information sessions in areas highly populated by Puerto Ricans.
Experts and advocates gathered to discuss what more can be done to combat the state's opioid crisis.
Dick Codey and the mothers of teens who killed themselves advocate for ways to reduce the suicide rate among the state's youth.
Five million students worldwide exercised at the same time, thanks to an idea that started in Montville 30 years ago.