Director of Consumer Services for the Mental Health Association in Atlantic County Jaime Angelini says her organization has been helping thousands of vulnerable individuals suffering after the impact ...
Because 72 cases of Legionnaires' disease have been reported so far this year in New Jersey, the state health commissioner issued an alert to the medical community.
Officials Worry Effects of Hurricane Sandy Will Increase Mosquito Population, Cases of West Nile Virus
Hurricane Sandy created more areas for standing water in parts of New Jersey, the perfect breeding ground for mosquitoes who can carry West Nile Virus.
Health Commissioner Mary O'Dowd and the Council for Medical Research and Treatment of Autism awarded $4.5 million in grant money to autism organizations around New Jersey.
According to the Journal of Infectious Diseases, the cases of human papillomavirus in girls ages 14 to 19 has dropped by about half since the HPV vaccine was introduced in 2006.
The Ocean County Prosecutor says heroin overdoses are on the rise and he's now made it his mission to go after dealers.
Most of the candidates attempting to take the seat o the late U.S. Senator Frank Lautenberg are political veterans. Less known is Alieta Eck, a doctor from Piscataway who is seeking the Republican ...
Cooper University Health Care in Camden is teaming up with MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston.
According to the Advocates for Children of New Jersey (ACNJ), poverty among New Jersey’s children has been on the rise in recent years.
Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital Hamilton President and CEO Anthony Cimino says non-profit hospitals will likely change formats going forward.
PSE&G Children's Specialized Hospital in New Brunswick held a prom for its young patients who might not be able to attend their schools' dance.
On June 1, the former Pascack Valley Hospital will reopen as the Hackensack University Medical Center. HUMC President and CEO Robert Garrett speaks about the debut of the new facility.
The state's new suicide hotline has been up and running for about two weeks and already it has been inundated with hundreds of calls.
As Christie has become a more likely presidential aspirant, people more and more have pointed to his weight as a possible obstacle.
Sen. Joseph Vitale explains that the Good Samaritan bill would help prevent drug overdoses, the leading cause of accidental death in New Jersey.