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.
A Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine study reveals deaths by medical mistakes are way under reported.
After ongoing security issues at BRMC, the county executive has ordered increased officer presence at the facility.
Intravenous drug users can visit Camden's syringe access program to get clean needles and health care.
New grant money under the Affordable Care Act is making its way to New Jersey: nearly $36 million, spread among 16 health centers.
Traumatic Brain Injury survivor John Francisco continues to make progress on his road to recovery. Sixteen months after our last report, he's now able to walk and is enrolled in college.
Areas of NJ are working to lessen the mosquito population in part to help prevent the spread of the Zika virus.
Congressman Frank Pallone and several members of the House sent letters to collegiate and youth sports leaders asking them to outline how they plan to prevent and mitigate the risks of brain injuries ...
Nonprofit Feeding America found the highest rates of hunger in New Jersey located in southern counties.
The FDA is investigating changes to allow for the use of "healthy" on food labels for products that include healthy fats. Currently, the labeling guidelines do not distinguish between types of fats.
Residents attribute Newark's high asthma rate to the large amount of truck traffic going to and from Port Newark.
New FDA rules would bring the e-cigarette industry under the same intense regulatory oversight as tobacco products.