Mental health advocates tried to convince lawmakers how health care changes could negatively affect mental health.
The free program Senior Haven houses seniors who have suffered abuse at Jewish Home Family in Rockleigh until they can find a permanent place to live.
NJ considers a bill to regulate using videoconferencing between a medical professional and patient.
Health and Human Services is working to ensure people who are eligible for Affordable Care Act subsidies know it.
Some groups in NJ are pushing for a government-run, public option for health insurance to regulate the marketplace.
The assisted suicide bill would help those diagnosed with terminal illnesses control their own fate.
Congressman Norcross wants to provide immediate mental health care for all U.S. veterans seeking emergency help.
The fourth NJTV Drug Addiction Crisis Community Forum focused on getting treatment for those suffering from addiction.
Jim McGreevey is the executive director of the Jersey City Employment and Training Program. He advocates for incarcerated individuals and believes tackling the drug addiction problem is necessary.
Hospitals, EMS and ambulance companies routinely run drills in the event of a transportation emergency.
Gov. Christie's administration issued an emergency order to ban seven fentanyl knock-offs.
A proposed bill would require students with concussions to have permission before going back to school.
The bill that adds PTSD to conditions that qualify patients for medical marijuana.
One mother was unable to find out her son's condition at a hospital because of HIPAA rules.
News that Hillary Clinton has pneumonia brought up the issue of candidates' health.