Sen. Menendez is introducing legislation that prevent medical debt from harming credit scores.
New Jersey is one of two states where it's illegal to sell home-baked goods outside of bake sales.
Men, who die on average five years earlier than women, prefer male doctors, but are more honest with female doctors.
Experts say those in high-pressure careers are more likely to use opioids.
Twenty million Americans have gained health coverage through the Affordable Care Act.
The Center for Network Therapy in Middlesex is New Jersey's first licensed, outpatient rehab center.
Patients at the JFK Johnson Rehabilitation Institute in Edison are using art to help them recover from traumatic brain injuries.
Gov. Christie talked about the Recovery Coach program, which pairs Narcan reversal patients with coaches.
The Senate and Assembly approved putting $10 million in the state’s Lead Hazard Control Fund for the next budget. Now they need Gov. Christie to agree.
More than 1.5 million New Jersey residents are affected by arthritis, which is the state's leading cause of disability.
Christie wants to freeze all lawsuits and hospital property tax assessments for two years.
The school district has begun blood tests after elevated levels of lead were found.
Rutgers and Stanford scientists have developed a novel way to inject healthy human nerve cells into the brain.
The CDC says U.S. opioid abuse has become so pervasive it's in the grips of an epidemic.
The EPA is trying two different methods to address pollution concerns from a DuPont munitions plant.