U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Regional Director Dr. Jaime Torres says the number of New Jerseyans enrolled in health care plans under the Affordable Care Act has been a great victory ...
Global Advisors on Smokefree Policy (GASP) Executive Director Karen Blumenfeld says her organization wants a 100 percent smoke-free environment in public spaces.
The Schultz family founded Ryan's Quest after their son, Ryan, was diagnosed with Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy. The foundation raises money for research by holding events, such as the Family Fun Fest, ...
A new process of bidding to supply medical equipment to Medicare patients has cut down on business' profits.
Although NJ legalized medical marijuana, the federal gov't still classifies it as a Schedule 1 drug.
New Jersey Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Chair Carlos Medina says studies show that Hispanic entrepreneurs are starting small businesses at a greater rate than the rest of the general population.
Meridian Health and United Healthcare couldn't agree on hospital reimbursements so Meridian isn't part of the network.
More urgent care facilities are popping up in the Garden State and Affordable Care Act is cited as one of the reasons.
Healthcare Quality Strategies Project Director Suzanne Dalton says that some Hurricane Sandy victims may not show signs of anxiety or depression immediately, but they are more likely to suffer from ...
The federal New Market Tax Credit helped create the Newark Farmers Market.
Rutgers University Associate Research Professor Dr. Daniel Van Abs says it could cost New Jersey anywhere from $4 billion to $9 billion to fix the over 100-year-old water infrastructures in about 21 ...
Rep. Pallone was at a CVS in Hazlet to call on other pharmacies to stop selling tobacco products as CVS has promised.
"Jollies" have made their way to NJ. Officials believe candies containing THC are made in California.
West Orange native Jenna Rocca created Karaoke for a Cause, a singing event to benefit charities. This year's event, happening May 14, is raising money for Children's Specialized Hospital.
Tests found toxins, including lead, in the soil beneath a Lambertville playground.