As state lawmakers grapple with ending religious exemptions to vaccines, some pro-vaccine parents say they've become victims of harassment and intimidation.
As part of the curriculum in the nursing program at Thomas Edison State University, nursing students get out of the classroom and spend time working with Trenton's EMS and Fire Department.
The leader of the Alzheimer’s Foundation of America, Charles Fuschillo, believes Alzheimer’s disease should be declared a national epidemic.
A group of New Jersey residents have tried to get a home bakers bill passed for years, but Sen. Joe Vitale stands in their way.
The State Department of Health is urging residents to get vaccinated against the B/Victoria strain of the flu.
Across the country research shows that while the overall number of kids entering the foster care system is down, more children are being taken out of their homes because their parents are abusing ...
The state Assembly voted Monday afternoon to eliminate religious grounds as an exemption from rules requiring students to be vaccinated in order to attend classes at public and private schools in NJ.
Eastside High School administrator, Laurel Olson, collected more than 200 vape pens last year alone and decided it was time to do something about the growing problem.
An NJ Spotlight forum Friday focused on the state's vaping epidemic, proposed bills to ban vape products, and featured speakers on both sides of the issue.
The Lower Drug Costs Now Act would, among other things, allow Medicare to negotiate drug prices directly with Big Pharma manufacturers.
Researchers at William Paterson University are racing against the clock in their search for a cause and a cure of the potentially fatal fungus called Candida auris.
The academic powerhouses of Rutgers and Princeton University will team up with NJIT to create an innovation hub for disease treatment.
A new tool at the Monmouth Medical Center, Southern Campus could be a game-changer for detecting and treating heart disease.
This weekend, marked World AIDS Day, and some of those involved in the care of people who are HIV-positive observed the occasion Monday.
Another city is dealing with elevated lead levels in the drinking water. Recent testing of 22 homes in Lambertville found three have lead levels that exceed the lead action level.