With more than 1,200 cases of measles in the U.S. as of mid-August, New Jersey doctors are dismayed to see previously eradicated viruses making a comeback across the country.
Black mothers are five times more likely to die than white mothers in New Jersey, which is ranked 45th in the nation for overall maternal health.
The private water company Suez North America is working to replace lead pipes and gooseneck connectors with copper below the streets of in Bergen and Hudson counties.
The tests were ordered after results from two of three properties showed lead readings well beyond the federal “action” level despite the presence of the filters.
Funding will be distributed to correctional facilities based on the size of the incarcerated population and create "critical community partnerships."
The clinic in Neptune is an outgrowth of the recent merger of Hackensack Meridian Health, which operates 16 hospitals, and the 100-year-old Carrier Clinic
Experts estimate it will take $8 billion over the next decade to bring water systems in the state up to snuff.
In a state where people are on the go, and many foods are processed and packaged, one registered dietitian is hoping to bring back the basics of farm-to-table eating.
To mark National Suicide Awareness Month, hundreds of advocates and experts gathered in Trenton for the Fifth Annual Suicide Prevention Conference.
Menendez wants the FDA to call for a moratorium on sales and use of all vaping products until they can determine what is causing the illness in users.
Compliance with the law thus far has been uneven, members of the Senate Community and Urban Affairs Committee found out.
The bill would require the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development to provide CO alarms in federally subsidized housing units.
A vocational training program at the Hackensack Meridian Health JFK Johnson Rehabilitation Institute is offering people with disabilities valuable lab experience.
Baraka has asked the city council to approve an ordinance allowing the municipal government to replace every lead water-service line in the city, with or without the permission of property owners.
Eleven80 has been giving tenants bottled water after an independent water test came back with elevated lead levels. But Newark says the tests they ordered for the building had undetectable levels of ...