Living with depression can prove deadly and several organizations are working to raise awareness.
Rep. Smith sponsored the Autism CARES Act, which allocates money for research grants to help those with autism succeed.
Environmental reporter and author Dan Fagin says that Toms River had welcomed a company that helped the town economically, but also exposed residents to harmful chemicals.
Ragweed pollen has shown up in New Jersey earlier than usual this year, which has worried some with allergies.
Surveys by the CDC show that breastfeeding within the state of New Jersey has been increasing.
At the Electric Adventure festival in Seaside Heights, about 42 drug-related arrests were made.
Garden State Equality Executive Director Andrea Bowen says she would like to start exploring the broad spectrum of health care issues that affect the LGBT community.
There are many vaccines NJ requires students to receive. Doctors say it's the best way to prevent diseases.
Virtua Voorhees Hospital uses lifelike mannequins to help train staff to deal with real life situations.
Residents say they're worried about their health since the train derailment.
Because of the Ebola virus outbreak, the all-girls More Than Me Academy closed.
Mosquito-borne illnesses like West Nile virus, Chikungunya and dengue fever are a concern this summer.
Monmouth Medical Center held a demonstration on how quickly temperatures rise inside vehicles.
FDU PublicMind Poll Executive Director Krista Jenkins says that many in New Jersey are supportive of the Death with Dignity Act, which would allow for assisted suicide in certain circumstances.
Just 31.4 percent of girls aged 13 to 17 in New Jersey received all three shots of Gardasil.