Cultural barriers can make it difficult for different communities to find the proper healthcare available to them. One health fair in Newark focused on providing information specifically to the Latin ...
One of many startling findings the New Jersey Hospital Association details in their latest report: emergency room records show patients as young as 10 now report having used e-cigarette devices.
With the open enrollment period for health insurance coverage commencing on Friday, the state is taking matters into its own hands.
A Juul Labs executive who was fired earlier this year is alleging that the vaping company knowingly shipped 1 million tainted nicotine pods to customers.
Alarms are sounding in Bayonne over concerns that a deal between two healthcare companies could lead to the closure of the city’s only full-service hospital.
A group of doctors gathered at St. Barnabas Medical Center's Viral Hepatitis Elimination Summit with a shared goal – to eliminate hepatitis by 2030.
The Essex County Board of Freeholders voted Wednesday night to advance plans for an independent civilian task force to oversee the troubled Essex County Correctional Facility.
Last week, breast cancer survivors and fighters attended Saint Peter's University Hospital's annual Breast Reconstruction Day, or BRA Day event.
Easterseals New Jersey, a nonprofit job training program for people with disabilities, held a ribbon cutting for its brand new office in Woodbury.
The five-year, $1.8 billion reauthorization of the CARES Act funds autism research and support programs -- and for the first time recognizes the life-long needs of many people with autism.
On Monday, Congressman Frank Pallone unveiled the Reversing the Youth Tobacco Epidemic Act of 2019 to address the youth e-cigarette crisis in the country.
Youth suicide rates were a primary topic of discussion at the New Jersey Association of Mental Health and Addiction Agencies’ seventh annual suicide prevention conference in Neptune Township.
Doctors want to improve National Institutes of Health numbers, which find half of all amputees die within five years, with new therapies that could come from the clinical trial of 246 patients at ...
The meeting comes as the number of deaths and illnesses connected to vaping continues to rise across the country.
Virginia Tech civil engineer and professor Dr. Marc Edwards discovered the elevated lead levels in Flint, and now he’s planning to conduct water testing in Newark.