According to the New Jersey Department of Health, in 2016 about 10 percent of those diagnosed with colorectal cancer in the state were between the ages of 20 and 49.
State health officials say the child had several underlying medical conditions.
Individuals may have been exposed between Mar. 9 and 14.
Senate and Assembly committees pass bill to legalize adult-use marijuana.
Congressman Frank Pallone is pushing seven bills that would make generics more available to lower the cost of prescriptions.
The state's medial marijuana program now has more than 42,528 patients.
Advocates say families should regularly revisit the conversation around guardianship, especially as circumstance change, individuals age, and mental and health capacities decline.
Advocates estimate 150,000 New Jersey residents have intellectual or developmental disabilities. Despite no official numbers, they also believe one-third have a mental illness, too.
"Aging and the Unknown: Adults with Developmental Disabilities" is a four-part series that dives into the complexities and challenges for those aging with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
It’s estimated that over the next decade, more than 1 million intellectually and developmentally disabled adults will live into their senior years. That presents a new slate of challenges for a ...
As the first generation of adults with Down syndrome gets older, caretakers struggle to serve the needs of the population.
New Jersey is joining a multistate lawsuit seeking to block new federal restrictions on reproductive health care providers that receive Title X funding.
More than 100 inmates at the Camden County Jail have received medication-assisted treatment for substance abuse.
The child was not able to be vaccinated for medical reasons, according to the state Health Department.
An EPA plan to regulate toxic PFAS in drinking water has sparked criticism from Jersey officials, but some say New Jersey could be doing more to regulate the chemicals on the state level.