The state Senate is proposing a bill that would standardize how hospitals contribute to their towns. The largest hospital lobbying group in the state supports the bill, citing that it would save years ...
In New Jersey, 5,166 first responders have been treated.
At Octopus Music school instructors teach about 200 students. Approximately 50 are children, teens and adults with special needs. They can take guitar, piano, drums, violin or voice lessons.
One in four people in New Jersey have a mental illness, and of those people only one third receive treatment. More than 985,000 people have an addiction, and of those people only six percent have ...
The Parent Notification Act would require doctors to notify parents when prescribing opioids or other addictive drugs.
Advocates say seniors lose ground every year as energy, housing, taxes and other living expenses increase.
The AARP says the average yearly retail cost of specialty drugs is more than $53,000.
The non-profit provides support services to women coming out of incarceration and rehab.
The infection is highly contagious and can be deadly.
Physicians are coming together and consolidating into larger groups to reduce their costs and give them leverage with the insurance companies. The price? Their autonomy and independence.
The Omnia plan provides discounts at 36 hospitals designated tier one.
It's recommended that people get the flu vaccine, especially the elderly, those with chronic diseases like diabetes, kidney and lung disease and pregnant women.
A new program offered from Rutgers aims to train professionals on providing care to aging baby boomers.
In New Jersey about 1,300 people test positive each year and about 1.2 million Americans are living with HIV.
Medicare fraud costs tax payers around $60 billion a year, based on low estimates.