A bill would help pharmacists dispense alternatives to EpiPens after Mylan increased the cost of the devices.
Currently, insurance covers infertility treatments only after one or two years of "unprotected sex with a man."
According to the FDA, chemicals used in antibacterial soap may cause more harm than good. The agency has banned 19 of them for use in household products.
New Jersey Association of Mental Health and Addiction Agencies President and CEO Debra Wentz discusses the consequences of the state's decision to move to a fee-for-service model for mental health ...
September is Lice Prevention Month. Avoid sharing hats and hairbrushes and getting too close when taking selfies.
A new report called shows some improvement in national obesity rates, but they continue to climb.
People under age 25 make up 5 percent of Newark’s total HIV/AIDS infected population and 25 percent of new cases.
People affected by addiction are working to help others impacted by the disease on Overdose Awareness Day.
AAP says it’s “acceptable” for doctors to drop a family who won't get their children vaccinated.
Gov. Christie said the state's costs went down as the Medicaid population has expanded.
Nationwide CDC study shows elevated rates of bullying, rape, suicide and drug use among America’s LGBT students.
Rep. Pallone is introducing new legislation to provide funds so schools can replace drinking fountains.
Doctors know about Adrenaclick, an alternative that costs significantly less than an EpiPen, but rarely prescribe it.
Two insurance providers have dropped out of New Jersey's Affordable Care Act offerings and a third decided not to join.
A tax court judge ruled Morristown Medical Center had to pay taxes. Now the number of lawsuits in NJ is up to 35.