The effects of Hurricane Maria reach beyond Puerto Rico as pharmaceutical and medical supplies fall short of demand.
Dec. 1, 1988 was the first World AIDS Day, serving as an opportunity for people worldwide to unite in the fight against HIV. Since then we've made great strides, but work remains.
The governor-elect spoke at New Jersey Citizen Action’s ACA enrollment center in downtown Newark. It’s reporting unprecedented traffic this year, despite apparent efforts by the Trump ...
The governor was at a press conference in Newark to celebrate the announcement from earlier this month that the feds had granted a waiver for New Jersey to allow federal funds to be made available to ...
Congressman Josh Gottheimer hosted a roundtable discussion on the Health Insurance Tax and other aspects of tax reform with small business owners.
The 20-month-old golden retriever is the first full-time hospital therapy dog in the state.
Atlantic Health System hospitals cut waste through an idea sprung from an internal innovation initiative known as AHA.
Rich Miller recently retired after 22 years leading the Virtua group of health care providers. He reflects on how the health care industry has changed and what lies ahead.
Blue HART meets addicts with treatment instead of penalties.
For the first time in 14 years, the American Heart Association is tightening the guidelines for healthy blood pressure.
The Xenex robot, temporarily named Jimi, uses pulsed xenon to kill superbugs, germs, and bacteria in five minutes or less.
Rutgers Center of Alcohol Studies equips law enforcement to better handle the problems of the opioid epidemic.
At an NJTV community forum, panelists discussed what perpetuates poverty and what can be done to reverse it in New Jersey.
Confusion surrounds the ACA as open enrollment begins, but advocates say consumers can find a plan that's right for them.
The Partnership for a Drug-Free New Jersey, Atlantic Health System, Prevention Links and the DEA say medical professionals are the first line of defense against addiction.