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.
Hunterdon County tops the list of New Jersey's healthiest counties while Cumberland is the unhealthiest.
Barnabas Health and the New Jersey Devils are partnering up to provide education about athletics and nutrition to kids in an effort to create healthier lifestyles.
Newark and the state are each saying the other is working to conduct lead testing for city students.
About 3.5 million Americans are infected with Hepatitis C, according to the Centers for Disease Control. Around 75 percent of them are baby boomers, born between 1945 and 1965.
A bill in the Senate would have New Jersey’s lead reference level for action match the CDC’s.
The Newark public school system is seeking permission to conduct blood tests on students.
Some are questioning why the school district waited nearly a week to alert them to elevated levels of lead in the water.
Water testing at several public schools in Newark found elevated levels of lead.
Assemblyman Dan Benson is co-sponsor of a bill that would lower copays for prescription drugs.
The antimalarial compound, first prepared in chemistry professor Spencer Knapp’s lab, is to be tested in people.
Sen. Menendez has introduced a bill to align HUD standards with the CDC when it comes to acceptable levels of lead.
Elevated levels of lead were found in the water at Morristown Medical Center in late February.