The bill would give first responders more leeway in administering an opioid antidote.
Bills sponsored by Asm. Conaway would ban the sale of flavored e-cig products to prevent its use by youth.
Nonprofit Inspira Health Network has created Deterra, which uses charcoal to neutralizes drugs before disposal.
Non-partisan Congressional Budget Office estimates 14 million people would lose health insurance coverage by next year.
Asian Health Services at Holy Name Medical Center offers culturally sensitive care, from appropriate food choices to knowledgeable interpreters and patient advocates.
Freelancers and small business owners are concerned about Republicans' plan to repeal and replace Obamacare.
In New Jersey, 81.6 percent of babies are breastfed at some point compared to 79.2 percent nationally.
The proposal would dramatically change the way health insurance is financed.
A report called "Medicaid 2.0" outlines what New Jersey can do to keep the state's Medicaid program on track.
Three hundred people fired questions at Congressman Tom MacArthur during his town hall in Waretown.
A roster of New Jersey elected officials celebrated the opening of a new health care center for veterans.
Rep. Payne discussed Trump's revised travel ban, the ACA replacement and growing colorectal cancer numbers.
Gov. Christie joined AJ Solomon, a former staffer, at the ribbon cutting for the Victory Bay Recovery Center.
Rutgers University now has a SHIME, which mimics the functions of the human gastrointestinal tract.
Rep. Pallone discusses change-ups at the EPA, Republicans' possible replacement of the ACA and more.