New Rutgers study finds absence of peptide linked to preference for fatty food and eating for pleasure rather than hunger.
Teenage girls have twice the rate of concussions as males. Doctors say the severity is also quite significant.
The 2015 KIDS COUNT report has found a 13 percent increase in New Jersey children living in poverty.
Hackensack University Medical Center was named the top New Jersey hospital by U.S. News & World Report.
Rutgers researcher says findings may offer another reason to judiciously prescribe antibiotics to children.
Data shows teen athletes who have surgery in high school are at higher risk for more surgery if they play in college.
JFK Hartwyck Center is the only designated care facility in New Jersey specializing in the fatal neurological disease.
While studies find that most mergers lead to higher prices, health care executives point to improved "population health management."
Seton Hall Law Professor John Jacobi says that a judge's recent ruling stripping Morristown Medical Center of its tax exemption status could have larger consequences.
The boards of Barnabas Health and the Robert Wood Johnson Health System have approved a merger that would create New Jersey's largest health network, according to a source.
Rutgers Medical School lets students interact with horses to become more aware of non-verbal cues.
This year Ramadan falls in the summer, which is more challenging for Muslims who fast from daybreak to sundown.
University Hospital performed its first liver transplant 26 years ago. It's still one of the busiest.
Former Assemblywoman Joan Quigley called the chief medical examiner system a mess in a recent column. She said that autopsies are being conducted with questionable results.
Portuguese Man-of-War stings can be severe and they have been found along the Jersey Shore this summer.