Bucco plans to return to Trenton this spring after the regiment.
The bill would give terminally ill patients who are mentally competent the option to take a physician prescribed life-ending drug when they have six months to live.
The CDC indicates that every year 2 to 10 percent of pregnancies nationwide are affected by gestational diabetes.
The CDC hails water fluoridation as one of top 10 public health achievements of the 20th century for its cavity prevention effect. But not everyone is convinced. In the United States, only Hawaii has ...
According to the Partnership for a Drug-Free New Jersey, dentists write 12 percent of all opioid prescriptions. With a large portion of new heroin users starting out their opioid addiction with ...
A new program hopes to successfully treat more convergence insufficiency patients.
Sen. Bob Menendez criticized the Trump administration's decision to withdraw from a decades-old nuclear arms treaty with Russia. Menendez also encouraged New Jersey's junior U.S. Sen. Cory Booker's ...
Friday kicks off heart health month. Although heart disease is the leading cause of death for women in the United States, most don’t know the signs and incorrectly believe it as a “man’s ...
In the lab, manikins simulate the many different complex circumstances that a nurse could encounter during surgery.
The last installment focuses on initiatives and care that provide trauma victims with a path to recovery.
A continued look into the negative psychological and physiological effects that adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) have on individuals.
New Jersey ranks 45th in the country in maternal deaths. According to United Health Foundation, about 38 women die for every 100,000 live births. The national average is about 21.
In this third installment, correspondent Michael Hill explores how death is a pervasive adverse childhood experience (ACE) that afflicts families.
Gov. Murphy, surrounded by different members of his cabinet, announced an interdepartmental, comprehensive approach to fighting the opioid epidemic.
The second installment of the series highlights living conditions in Newark's South Ward district and their impact on children.