New legislation would allow pharmacists to dispense oral birth control pills without a doctor’s prescription.
Gov. Christie announced that all public schools, including charter schools, will have to start lead testing water.
Senate President Steve Sweeney is introducing a bill to set aside $10 million to create a child advocacy fund.
NJTV's second forum on New Jersey’s drug addiction crisis included a panel of legislators and health experts.
Mahwah Municipal Alliance administered a training session on how to revive someone having an overdose.
Booker and Menendez say the U.S. needs to be prepared for an outbreak of Zika, spread by mosquitoes and sexual contact.
The latest research on traumatic brain injury in the NFL shows 40 percent of former players had some brain damage.
Fentanyl has made its way into heroin, which has increased the occurrence of overdoses and deaths.
Nearly a third of all child abuse and neglect investigations in New Jersey revealed caregiver’s substance use.
The Prescription Monitoring Program will include data from New York state.
New Jersey’s suicide rate has since risen by 13 percent, now tied for second-highest, according to the CDC.
Dr. Bonita Stanton, one of the founding members of Seton Hall's medical school, says communities are where disease and health happens. Seton Hall's program will focus on getting students out into ...
Christie talked about the importance of offering services to those affected by addiction.
A package of bills would require Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield to disclose how hospitals and doctors are selected for Tier 1 status in its OMNIA plan and would ensure that hospitals serving low ...
The Drug Enforcement Administration is partnering with New Jersey communities for its 11th National Drug Take Back Day April 30. Municipal police departments and area organizations will be collecting ...