Using models and statistics, Princeton researchers determined the threat is not completely gone.
The NTSB has recommended the Federal Railroad Administration require railroads to medically screen employees.
On Jan. 1 over 100,000 NJ adoptees will have to access to birth records and contact information for their birth parents.
A New Jersey grandfather who smoked cigarettes for 45 years and lost his voice because of it now tells school children his story to encourage them not to smoke.
Saint Peter’s Healthcare System in New Brunswick offered blood tests and nutrition counseling for World Diabetes Day.
African-Americans, Hispanics and Native Americans make up a quarter of the U.S. population but only 6 percent of doctors. There is currently a push to get more minorities working in the medical field.
A new enrollment assistance office is open in Union City to help New Jersey residents sign up for health care through the federal exchange. Open enrollment runs through Jan. 31.
Sticker shock is how Greg Toombs describes opening his health care policy renewal.
New legislation would require kids to be tested for lead poisoning before they enter elementary school.
It's rare for men to develop breast cancer, but because of that there isn't much awareness around diagnosing the disease in men.
The bill would give terminally ill patients the option to take a physician prescribed medication to end their life.
An English class at Bergen Community College uses short stories, poems and film to talk about what it’s like to experience war.
Mental health advocates tried to convince lawmakers how health care changes could negatively affect mental health.
The free program Senior Haven houses seniors who have suffered abuse at Jewish Home Family in Rockleigh until they can find a permanent place to live.
NJ considers a bill to regulate using videoconferencing between a medical professional and patient.