Bipartisan group in the House pushes for compromise.
Amid shortage of nurses in NJ, Sen. Gordon and Sen. Weinberg demand NJ Board of Nursing to expedite licensing.
Two New Jersey organizations will receive federal grants to help treat women suffering from opioid addiction.
Students learn how to respond to real-life, medical emergencies while being monitored by instructors.
The House Committee approved the Drinking Water System Improvement Act, the first major update in 20 years.
Shani Baraka Women’s Resource Center provides counseling, mental health services and job training.
Mental Health organizations argue that the timing is not right for this kind of drastic shift.
As the summer heats up, find an escape at one of these cooling centers across the Garden State.
Christie visited Homeless Solutions, the largest homeless program in Morris County, to hear stories of addiction.
Enforcement officials inspected the Garden Spires apartments in Newark and cited hundreds of violations.
An FDA panel unanimously recommended approval of a cancer treatment for patients who
The Senate is trying its hand at a another version of a bill to replace Obamacare.
Linda Schwimmer, president and CEO of the New Jersey Health Care Quality Institute, says proposed changes in the individual market make the new Senate GOP bill problematic.
The goal of combining the two departments is to better treat the behavioral and physical health of patients.
A bill is sitting on Gov. Christie’s desk that would enhance coverage of New Jersey’s Paid Family Leave law.