From the battle over the creation of a New Jersey health insurance exchange program under Obamacare to a wave of hospital mergers and takeovers, a healthcare revolution is underway in the Garden ...
Thanks to the Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act, students must take a fruit or vegetable with their school lunches. The effort is meant to curb obesity rates.
Marlton-based Semper Fido takes rescue dogs and train them to work with veterans who are suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder.
Today is the first day potential patients were able to log on to the website.
There has been one confirmed human case of West Nile virus in the state, which has prompted officials to take action to prevent further spread of the mosquito borne illness.
New Jersey State Epidemiologist Dr. Christina Tan says most people don't experience severe symptoms from West Nile virus, but there is a possibility for complications.
Sports Concussion Center of New Jersey Director Rosemarie Moser says children are participating in more sports year round, which she believes is raising the rates of concussions for young people.
Hackensack University Health Network President and CEO Robert Garrett said health care reform will give residents more access to health insurance and will lessen hospitals' expenses in treating ...
A report by the American Society found the rate of lung cancer higher in South Jersey than in North Jersey.
Karen Zilinski has worked for years with her husband to pass the law, named after her daughter who died at age 11 after sudden cardiac arrest.
Dr. Tina Tan says cases of pertussis, better known as whooping cough, are on the rise in New Jersey and throughout the country.
For a hundred kids at Camp No Worries in Tabernacle, summer camp means more to kids than bonfires and toasted marshmallows.
Dr. Margarita Camacho says the FDA advisory panel advised the FDA to approve the device, which fits in the palm of your hand, and will likely last longer and have fewer complications than current ...
On day four of the Monmouth County water emergency, officials reported some progress in restoring full service while residents are now starting to ask questions about why the collapse happened.
Reaction to today’s Supreme Court decision was immediate around the state with elected officials and policy experts weighing in with reactions and analysis.