U.S. Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius was at a Rite Aid in Hoboken where the CEO announced the pharmacy would help get the word out about the Affordable Care Act.
As school began in Roxbury Township, parents are worried about more than homework. They're concerned the Fenimore Landfill is making their children sick.
Of the dozens of people who have reported having symptoms of the mumps, the majority have either been patrons or employees of D'Jais Bar and Grill in Belmar.
Mayor Steven Fulop wants to require employers in Jersey City with 10 or more employees to provide up to five paid sick days per year.
Dr. Joseph Colford, past president of the New Jersey Association of School Psychologists, says research has shown armed guards in school buildings make children feel less safe.
Some municipalities and businesses have cut workers' hours to avoid having to provide health insurance for them.
Dr. Peter Lebowitz, global head of oncology at Janssen Pharmaceuticals, says the acquisition of Aragon Pharmaceuticals could help improve treatment for cancer patients as new drugs are developed.
Victims of Hurricane Sandy are experience respiratory problems that doctors call the Sandy Cough. The most affected are those with asthma or allergies.
New Jersey Association of Health Plans President Ward Sanders says while there are some challenges with the roll-out of the Affordable Care Act, he knows there are many people working to ensure a ...
Roxbury Environmental Action Center Executive Board Member Janet Lemma says the remediation process is "a trial and error with people's lives."
All but one senator present voted in favor of the amended medical marijuana bill, which Gov. Chris Christie conditionally vetoed Friday.
Buono Criticizes Christie for Initial Reaction to Conversion Therapy, Conditional Veto of Medical Marijuana Bill
Democratic gubernatorial candidate Barbara Buono says she doesn't understand how Gov. Chris Christie had to think about the validity of conversion therapy and why he conditionally vetoed the medical ...
Brian Wilson, whose daughter Vivian needs medical marijuana, is disappointed by Gov. Christie's conditional veto of a medical marijuana bill even though his daughter will be able to receive the ...
Sen. Joseph Vitale (D-19) says politics has played too big a role in Gov. Chris Christie's decision to conditionally veto the medical marijuana bill.
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Regional Director Dr. Jaime Torres says that 900,000 New Jerseyans are eligible to enroll in health insurance exchanges between Oct. 1 and March 31.