Partnership for a Drug-Free New Jersey sponsored a forum to discuss opioid addiction.
Holy Name Medical Center has a satellite clinic in Haiti that has become popular with locals and even those in the U.S. seeking cheaper treatment options. CEO Michael Maron says that type of facility ...
Supportive Housing Association Executive Director Gail Levinson says New Jersey needs more affordable housing options, particularly for the developmentally disabled.
Stakeholders are pushing to pass a mandate that will test all NJ schools’ drinking water for lead contamination.
Kerry Magro talks about his life and living with autism as well as the goals of the autism community.
The merger between Robert Wood Johnson and Barnabas Health includes 11 acute care hospitals and other facilities.
Assemblyman Reed Gusciora says new legislation would require health insurance companies to disclosure how hospitals and doctors are classified and to make sure that there are tier one hospitals ...
Gov. Christie said he's expanding the model of having behavioral and physical health care under one roof.
Camden County PD will receive training on how to interact with people who have autism.
The merger was called off amid new regulations to prevent companies from moving their headquarters overseas.
Gov. Christie announced $10 million in the state budget has been reallocated to support a lead abatement program.
Gov. Christie held a press conference to discuss lead remediation.
Because of the heroin epidemic, health care professionals are looking to reduce the number of opioid prescriptions.
Newark Superintendent Chris Cerf discusses issues surrounding the high levels of lead found in schools' water.
All eight school buildings tested for lead had at least one water fountain or faucet with high lead levels.