After Down's syndrome, 22q is the most common genetic abnormality, caused by a deficiency of chromosome 22.
Assemblywoman Valerie Vainieri Huttle (D) says that a bill aimed at protecting couples struggling to conceive children would allow them to enter legal agreements with gestational carriers.
Two tests are hitting the market that use a person's genetic code to accurately diagnose hard to find cancer cells.
When those with Celiac disease eat gluten, their bodies attack their intestines. So those suffering from the disease look for gluten-free options in their diet.
Cooper’s MD Anderson center to use Apple Watch to track breast cancer patients’ health, help them with treatment
Breast cancer patients will use the Apple Watch as part of a pilot project to gather real-time data.
FAST helps people remember the signs of a stroke -- face drooping, arm weakness, speech difficulty, time to call 911.
Legislation aims to cap prices and treat out-of-network fees more like in-network rates.
New Jersey plans to reduce its charity care subsidies to hospitals because of high Obamacare enrollment.
Medical professionals say this allergy season is particularly bad with intense pollen production.
Religious leaders have joined the fight to keep Saint Michael's Medical Center in Newark a full acute-care hospital.
Dr. Dan Keating, executive director of the Alliance for the Betterment of Citizens with Disabilities, says those with disabilities have more flexibility when they live in the community versus living ...
More than a dozen people ages 100 and older celebrated their long lives in Hazlet.
The Society for the Prevention of Teen Suicide has created a new training video for teachers.
The American Lung Association is concerned about New Jersey's air quality.
Graded motor imagery, also called mirror therapy, uses a mirror to trick a patient's brain into perceiving a disabled limb as functioning and non-painful.