A record-setting 31 pounds of the deadly synthetic opioid were seized in Camden.
Dr. Torres and her team use fMRI database to detect autism devoid of cultural biases for girls.
Parents advised to child-proof home to prevent poisoning incidents.
Dentist recommends visits should start as early as six months after first tooth eruption.
Pony Power Therapies gives children the opportunity to ride, care for and interact with horses.
Greystone is suffering from understaffing and overcrowding leading to more violence.
Though New Jersey has taken steps to avoid incidents, coaches must remain vigilant and look for symptoms.
A Saint Barnabas orthopedic surgeon is the first in the state to use a new joint replacement surgery.
At a Rutgers lab, scientists are experimenting with CRISPR, a gene editing technology.
Continuum Health vice chair explains the key to reforming behavioral health care is looking at the system holistically.
JFK Medical Center already provides annual financial reports and a list of accepted health insurance providers.
The state Department of Environmental Protection operates a unique fishing camp.
NJ policies succeed in cigarette taxing and smoke-free laws, but lag behind in prevention.
Brian Gragnolati discusses the stalled effort to repeal and replace the ACA and the impact on hospitals.
Christie suggests opioid national emergency declaration.