A bill, which would allow doctors to prescribe a life-ending drug to a patient has passed.
Health and Human Services Regional Director Jackie Cornell-Bechelli says that the newest feature to the website is window shopping, which allows consumers to browse through the plans.
The Obamacare open enrollment period begins Saturday with two more insurance carriers available.
The most commonly prescribed medications in New Jersey treat high cholesterol and blood pressure, diabetes, cardiovascular disease and mental illnesses.
The non-profit Eva's Village is hosting its Annual Benefit Gala on Nov. 6, featuring its new Culinary School, to raise money to continue to support its programs.
Law enforcement and prosecutors in Bergen County are working to combat heroin addiction.
ClorDiSys, based in Hunterdon County, is providing disinfectants to clean areas where Ebola patients have been.
President Barack Obama speaks with health care workers fighting Ebola, appearing with Ebola survivor Dr. Kent Brantly.
Gov. Christie has been making appearances to defend his Ebola quarantining decision.
President Barack Obama speaks about the Ebola situation.
Gov. Chris Christie has received some criticism after announcing protocols against Ebola.
Suspected Ebola carriers may be sent to Hunterdon County as a possible quarantine location.
Dr. DiFerdinando says an Ebola epidemic like West Africa is extremely unlikely to occur in the U.S.
The non-profit Isles, Inc. is hosting its Annual Haunted Run and Monster Madness Mile Fun Run on Saturday, Oct. 25 to raise money to support their programs in Trenton.
Christie was at HackensackUMC to discuss New Jersey's response plan to the Ebola virus.