There's a big shift happening in health care and it's taking place in the community, not doctor's offices.
Christie was in Livingston talking about changes to the state's Prescription Monitoring Program.
Fourteen reserves will begin two weeks of one-on-one training with Hackensack University Medical Center doctors.
Sen. Booker plans to introduce the Get the Lead Out of Schools Act in the Senate.
The disparity in infant mortality rates between white and black babies is the second highest in the nation.
The New Jersey Department of Health has logged 245 reported case of Zika, five of them were this year.
As president, Dr. Christopher Gribbon wants to focus on knowledge, skill, empathy and respect during his tenure.
The greenhouse on the VA Lyons campus is dedicated to employing previously homeless veterans.
The national campaign "Don't Fry Day" focuses on preventing skin cancer by screening for sun damage.
Recent research suggests the risk for stroke is even greater if migraine patients suffer from auras.
Berkeley Township Recreation has been offering a senior self-defense class for about a decade.
Paterson's children account for two thirds of all asthma attacks requiring hospital visits in Passaic County.
Heart disease is the number one killer of women, with cardiovascular disease killing about one woman every 80 seconds.
Paramus, Lyndhurst and Mahwah, are part of a pilot drug program that focuses on getting addicts to trained counselors.
Jennifer Sullivan thrived at an out-of-state treatment facility but is struggling since she was moved back to NJ.