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.
The American Heart Association aims to raise awareness about heart disease in women by encouraging everyone to wear red.
A Rutgers infectious diseases expert discusses the myths and realities of the measles outbreak and the “vaccine gap” that has put certain adults at risk.
The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation announced it's doubling down its financial commitment.
New Jersey poison control official cites allergic reaction concerns. Industry representatives dismiss testing method as unreliable.
Surgeons at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital in Hamilton are using a robotic arm to assist in hip and knee replacements.
Gov. Christie said that parents should have some choice in vaccinating their children.
New York Blood Center has declared a blood emergency after winter weather delayed or canceled drives.