The FDA has set a three-year deadline for food manufacturers to remove trans fats and partially hydrogenated oils from the food supply, saying it could greatly reduce the number of heart attacks.
During the summer months, Jersey Shore University Medical Center sees a significant spike in injuries.
A proposed bill by Sen. Joseph Vitale aims to prevent drivers from smoking in a car with minors inside.
But deal may be reached to lower patients’ out-of-pocket costs for some of the newer abuse-deterrent opioids.
Peter Singer says severely disabled infants should be euthanized to save on health care.
Those with developmentally disabled family members say moving them back to New Jersey isn't always best.
Doctors say men should get a PSA test and exam, which indicates a risk for prostate cancer, the second leading cause of cancer death in men.
Statistics show colon cancer occurs more frequently and earlier for African-Americans.
A bill would require patients to enter arbitration to avoid out-of-network charges.
Rep. Frank Pallone visited Rutgers to advocate for the permanent reauthorization of the James Zadroga Act.
Tenafly is considering changing its high school start time to 8:30 a.m.
Tim Howard participated in a Rutgers event raising awareness about Tourette syndrome.
Home telehealth care uses an electronic system that sends patients' vital data to a medical professional.
Lora and Roger Barbour want their daughter to be able to take cannabis oil at school for epilepsy.
Nine-year-old Ella Wilson suffers from neurofibromatosis, which causes tumors. While undergoing treatment, she wrote the book "I Sold My Sister" and is donating portions of sales to help other ...