Recovery High School in Union aims to help recovering teenage addicts stay clean and graduate.
A study found babies trained to react to sound, video cues were better at detecting other sounds important to language.
Gov. Christie attended "The Many Faces of Addiction: Ending the Stigma" in Newark.
October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month and there are events going on throughout the state that will be benefiting breast cancer research organizations.
Officials are pushing a bill to make inspection reports of boarding houses accessible.
Three Accountable Care Organizations met their goals of improving patient care while saving money.
For the first time in over 60 years, people will be able to tour the hospital on Ellis Island that held immigrants.
Jake's Ride has been raising money to find a cure for dystonia, a disorder that causes muscles to contract involuntarily, since 2008 to support Jake Silverman of Short Hills.
The support group Mom 2 Mom connects mothers of special needs children with others in the same situation.
The Adult Family Care Program allows senior citizens to live with home care providers instead of nursing homes.
Since 1929, The Seeing Eye in Morristown has been giving sight in the form of guide dogs to the blind and visually impaired.
The ReDUCE Act aims to lessen the disparities for health care among minority groups.
A developmentally disabled man returned to NJ is facing charges after allegedly threatening his roommate.
The CDC has confirmed one enterovirus case in New Jersey so far, but one doctor anticipates more cases in the state.
Katie Meyler of Bernardsville has returned to Liberia despite the continuing threat of the Ebola virus. She says the outbreak continues to grow exponentially and that fast action is needed to control ...