New Jersey's resiliency program ultimately aims to prevent officers from committing suicide by requiring every law enforcement agency to have at least one police officer who doubles as a resiliency ...
A nonprofit is giving emotional and educational support to children and young adults who have had or have a loved one living with the devastating neuromuscular disease known as Lou Gehrig’s disease.
The more antibiotics are used to treat infections, the more bacteria evolve and learn to respond to -- or resist -- drugs.
Murphy would remediate the lead problem by asking voters to approve a $500 million bond issue in November 2020 to help assist public water utilities pay for lead service line replacement.
Filmmaking duo Ralph and Zelda Patterson are hoping to inspire action through art — their latest film "The Stoic Man" encourages African Americans, especially men, to seek help.
NJTV News Correspondent Briana Vannozzi sat down with Rutgers New Jersey Medical School's Chair of Emergency Medicine Dr. Lewis Nelson to discuss vaping-related illnesses.
Low-income residents who earn too much to qualify for Medicaid will now be able to access family planning services through the state.
A new report highlights how personal connections to people and places affect an individual’s physical and mental health.
Gov. Phil Murphy announced a multi-pronged program Monday to bolster the state’s response to specifically addressing the existence of lead in public schools’ water.
Senate President Sweeney calls the high number of New Jerseyans exposed to lead in drinking water a crisis.
Student athletes are particularly vulnerable to opioid abuse. Studies show youth who participate in high injury sports had a 50% greater risk of opioid misuse.
The task force commissioned by Gov. Phil Murphy amid a national spate of unexplained, vaping-related lung illnesses has recommended a ban on all but tobacco-flavored electronic smoking devices and ...
Mayor Ras Baraka and other officials came prepared with a vigorous defense against criticism that they had failed the test of timeliness and transparency.
Newark officials held a health fair and information session for residents Wednesday at the New Jersey Performing Arts Center.
Last week, first lady Tammy Murphy moderated a panel discussion in Newark to bring attention to the maternal mortality issue in the Garden State.