Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s annual public health study has been released.
Congressman Rush Holt is calling for the Delaware River Basin Committee to ban fracking.
The Candlelight Concert for Epilepsy Awareness in Ewing aims to raise awareness about the disease and honor the life of concert creator Eric Miller's wife.
The first and only co-located child advocacy center in New Jersey, Wynona's House, is holding the first Child Advocacy National Summit on Child Abuse and Neglect April 7 and 8.
U.S. Sec. of Health Sebelius says that there has been a surge of interest and signups in the Affordable Care Act.
Sen. Scutari says the bill would create a strict system to allow adults to purchase and grow limited amounts.
Monmouth University poll found that Sandy victims are more likely to feel emotionally distressed than other in NJ.
Assemblywoman Valerie Vainieri Huttle says that Early Intervention Support Services statewide would provide better treatment for those experiencing a mental health crisis.
The first and largest AIDS foundation in New Jersey, Hyacinth AIDS Foundation, will be holding a Casino Night March 22 in New Brunswick to raise money to keep their services free of charge to the ...
Since the involuntary outpatient commitment law passed, mental health professionals say there's positive results.
A special task force charged with NJ's heroin addiction epidemic has come up with a plan of action.
Officers in NJ are participating in training sessions to learn how to better interact with those on the autism spectrum.
Amanda Quesada, a 22-year-old Secaucus resident, is raising money for her medical expenses after her body started rejecting her double lung transplant.
Sen. Scutari plans to introduce a bill that would legalize the recreational use of marijuana in the state.
Department of Health and Human Service Regional Director Dr. Jaime Torres says that the deadline to enroll for Obamacare is March 31.