The department says the child was among 34 pediatric cases that have been associated with the outbreak.
Modeline Auguste is left with reminders of her only child, who died of the adenovirus last month after contracted it at the Wanaque Center.
The mayor says the city’s water and sewer department has been doing a fine job and it doesn’t need the Natural Resources Defense Council to tell it what to do.
Three-quarters of people surveyed in a September poll by the Kaiser Family Foundation said it’s vital that coverage for people with existing conditions should remain law. Some GOP candidates are ...
At a conference in Newark, health care workers, policy makers and state leaders are gathering. Proposing prevention strategies and improvements to obstetric care.
New Jersey says enrollment dipped by 10 percent last year and it plans to reverse that this year.
The bipartisan legislation will now require utilities to provide more drinking water quality reports from water utilities to consumers. The government will now keep a national inventory of lead ...
Under the new law, employees will earn one hour of sick leave for every 30 hours worked, and up to 40 hours a year.
New Jersey health officials say they've confirmed four more infected patients in a viral outbreak at a pediatric rehabilitation center that killed seven people.
One of the first pilot programs out of the Inspira Innovation Center is called Inspira Health Plus. A patient is sent home with devices prescribed based on their condition.
A seventh child has died from the adenovirus in New Jersey.
The agency said Tuesday that six children died this month. But the center said it learned Tuesday night that another child had died.
While New Jersey has laws to protect tenants against household hazards like lead paint, there are no standards to regulate mold.
A measles outbreak in New York may have reached New Jersey.
Assembly Minority Leader Jon Bramnick introduced a bill Tuesday that would ban mandated pre-approvals for tests, treatments and prescriptions normally covered by medical insurers.