The Senate Health Committee heard testimony about the growing epidemic of opioid addiction in New Jersey.
With the threat of the Zika virus being spread by mosquitoes in Brazil, those planning to compete in the Summer Olympics are thinking about ways to protect themselves.
The percentage of children testing with high levels of lead is equal to or higher than what is being reported in Flint.
The virus, spread through mosquitoes, is believed to cause fetal brain development issues.
Gov. Christie wants to defund Planned Parenthood, which he expressed during the latest presidential debate.
Rutgers’ Joseph Apuzzio, who treats high-risk pregnancies, outlines immediate steps to take.
NJ hospitals are now part of the National Health Information Sharing and Analysis Center, which will help prevent hacks.
While many patients go to the doctor for a prescription for antibiotics, they aren't always necessary and sometimes can lead to drug resistant bacteria.
Narcan, which reverses the effects of an opioid overdose, is available without a prescription in NJ and 12 other states.
After a tax court ruling last year determined hospitals with mainly for-profit operations were subject to pay property taxes, lawmakers worry without a specific law on the books, hospitals facing ...
According to the CDC’s National Center for Health Statistics, New Jersey has the highest rate of twin births in the nation. Doctors say a reason could be that the state mandates insurance companies ...
Holy Name Medical Center offers free sessions for people to get health insurance through the Affordable Care Act.
Gov. Christie plans to reopen Mid-State Correctional Facility as the state's first drug treatment center for inmates.
Rates of asthma in children decreased in 2013 after peaking in 2009, though doctors say the rates increased for certain populations, including children living in poverty.
The number of New Jerseyans that enrolled in the Affordable Care Act for 2016 has surpassed the previous year's enrollment. The deadline has been extended to Jan. 31 in order to accommodate those ...