A congressional bill from the 90s is cited as one of the biggest factors that has led to the doctor shortage.
Former Denver Broncos player Vance Johnson joined officials from the Morris County Prosecutor's Office to engage the community about the ongoing opioid crisis.
New Jersey's community health centers see 538,000 patients a year, many of whom are uninsured or underinsured.
Federal agencies announced a new cross-partnership task force to tackle Medicare fraud and abuse that will use big data to unveil foul play.
The gadget, not unlike the Fitbit, is worn like a wristband, but can measure cellular properties and can save trips to the lab.
Under a law recently signed by Gov. Murphy, instead of weighing the best option to fulfill their duty to warn, mental health professionals are required to report clients who they deem may harm ...
The program provides for residents of Rowan’s School of Osteopathic Medicine to rotate through VA clinics.
The Trump administration's proposed changes to Title X immediately created a backlash. At a rally in Trenton, Planned Parenthood supporters and members of Congress voiced their concerns, while a group ...
In July 2017, the John Brooks Recovery Center in Pleasantville launched medication-assisted treatment to offer methadone and counseling to the high number of opioid-addicted inmates of the Atlantic ...
The state health commissioner says banking reforms will diversify the marijuana marketplace, especially if New Jersey legalizes recreational marijuana.
Improving the lives of the smallest New Jersey residents will take time, money and determination, but now there’s a benchmark to measure progress.
Balancing budgets can be difficult when child care costs continue to rise.
The Monmouth County prosecutor announced a program that would offer drug treatment services to inmates before their release from the county jail. The program is the first of its kind in New Jersey.
Gov. Phil Murphy, through an executive order, called for immediate action saying a monitor is needed at Newark's University Hospital.
Ady Barkan's message is that Medicare and Medicaid need saving.