Research says 20 million women and 10 million men in the U.S. suffer from an eating disorder during their life.
A jury found Johnson and Johnson knew of talcum powder's risks but failed to warn customers.
New data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention shows New Jersey ranks 37th when it comes to sleep.
The Syringe Access Program gives injecting drug users clean supplies to help prevent the spread of HIV.
The CDC estimates 48 million people each year fall victim to foodborne illnesses. Researchers at William Paterson found that 99 percent of food truck vendors aren't changing their gloves between ...
The Recovery Coach Program provides an addiction recovery specialist to the bedsides of those revived by Narcan.
According to the CDC, one in six Americans develops food poisoning each year. 130,000 are hospitalized.
The NJ Sharing Network reported 531 organs donations by New Jerseyans in 2015, up 37 percent from the year prior.
Heart disease caused the death of 8,989 men in New Jersey in 2012. There are more treatments available now than in the past to help patients survive.
The American Heart Association Go Red for Women movement encourages people to wear red for women's heart health.
NJ requires postpartum depression screenings and the state Department of Health offers resources for women.
The Senate Health Committee heard testimony about the growing epidemic of opioid addiction in New Jersey.
With the threat of the Zika virus being spread by mosquitoes in Brazil, those planning to compete in the Summer Olympics are thinking about ways to protect themselves.
The percentage of children testing with high levels of lead is equal to or higher than what is being reported in Flint.
The virus, spread through mosquitoes, is believed to cause fetal brain development issues.