The NJSIAA is imposing a rule for the 2015 football season that limits contact to 90 minutes a week.
Region II Director for the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Jackie Cornell-Bechelli says the large number of people who have signed up for health insurance through the Affordable Care Act ...
Philadelphia Eagle Jon Dorenbos met with fan Ron West at his rehab center in Lakewood. West has Huntington's disease, an incurable neurological disorder.
Psychiatrist David Nathan says while he supports legalizing marijuana in NJ for adults, it can be harmful to children.
Eric Scott hosts a New Jersey 101.5 Town Hall discussion about children's vaccinations Wednesday at 7 p.m.
A new website allows members of the LGBT community to share their experiences with doctors and therapists.
Rutgers’ Carolyn Burr did not let anything get in her way – not even MS.
When wind chills reach subzero temperatures, it's important to know how to keep from getting frostbite and hypothermia.
Oleocanthal kills cancer cells with its own enzymes.
Sweeney hopes a three-year pilot program will improve patient care and lower costs.
New Jersey organizations are offering finance courses to domestic abuse victims to empower them to take control of their lives.
A baby in Jersey City contracted measles and two children in the Brick Township school system got chickenpox.
The NJ Department of Health says minorities account for 78 percent of HIV/AIDS cases.
Unions say it would improve patient safety, but hospital managers say they must have flexibility to assign staff according to circumstances.
Rutgers researchers are using a technique called cold plasma to decontaminate produce to help prevent food poisoning.