Amanda Quesada, a 22-year-old Secaucus resident, is raising money for her medical expenses after her body started rejecting her double lung transplant.
Sen. Scutari plans to introduce a bill that would legalize the recreational use of marijuana in the state.
Department of Health and Human Service Regional Director Dr. Jaime Torres says that the deadline to enroll for Obamacare is March 31.
Roxbury Environmental Action Coalition Founding Member Shannon Caccavella says the NJDEP did not take into consideration groundwater in its proposal for the Fenimore Landfill.
Philip's Academy Charter School students are learning healthy eating habits and how to grow their own vegetables.
Rutgers scientists could be one step closer to solving a global health problem -- vitamin A deficiency.
About four out of every 10 babies in New Jersey are born by C-section, second in the nation.
Clara Maass Medical Center and the health departments in Montclair and Nutley have teamed up for the second "An Evening on the Runway" event, which raises awareness about heart disease, particularly ...
Ady and Rob Dorsett started Hayden's Heart in memory of their son Hayden who passed away as an infant from a congenital heart defect.
Newark Beth Israel Medical Center no longer performs lung transplants and was the only facility in New Jersey.
A New Jersey native helped start "The Confession Stand," which aims to raise awareness about emotional disorders through various forms of art.
Ocean County police officers are the first to be able to carry and administer Narcan, which temporarily reverses the effects of a narcotic overdose.
Rutgers research suggests chemo and radiation can kill more cancer cells and spare healthy ones.
Rutgers-led study suggests pathways to alleviating inflammation in disorders such as sepsis and arthritis.
Hepatitis C is a major global health problem affecting 160 million people worldwide.