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.
According to the U.S. Department of Education, Rutgers had the highest number of reported rapes in New Jersey in 2014, the seventh most in the nation.
The price of EpiPen has more than doubled since 2008, and can now top $600 for a two-pack.
The Binder Autism Center from St. Joseph’s Children’s Hospital put together a bowling league for autistic children.
The state Department of Environmental Protection is working to keep the mosquito population down in New Jersey.
Marijuana remains a Schedule I drug, keeping it at the same level as PCP and heroin.
According to a report, 23,000 doctors in NJ received payments from the pharmaceutical industry.
The AmeriMama program at Meadowlands Hospital entices pregnant Russians to deliver their babies here, making the babies eligible for U.S. citizenship.
A recent investigation by NJ Spotlight unveiled Meadowlands Hospital has been marketing its services to Russian women.
Forty-plus call takers who answer the 24-hour hotline at Rutgers Behavioral Health Center are trained to assess need, urgency and emergency and then match callers with a database of options.