Buckle up, New Jersey — this flu season is going to be a bumpy ride.
Before he left office, former Gov. Chris Christie made some bills into new laws last week, including several long-awaited initiatives aimed at New Jersey newborns, mothers, health providers and people with disabilities.
Long-term funding for a crucial children’s health care coverage program hangs in the balance amid a potential federal government shutdown, and New Jersey health experts say the delay in taking action is unacceptable.
EGG HARBOR TOWNSHIP — Atlantic Medical Imaging opened a new location in the township, consolidating two Atlantic County locations into one and prioritizing patient experience in the location, layout and design.
WASHINGTON (AP) — The descriptions are haunting.
When Jacquelyn Nixon was diagnosed with lung cancer, it came with shock and confusion.
GALLOWAY TOWNSHIP — An Absecon man was found with 224 grams of methamphetamine after he drove away from officers trying to stop his vehicle, police said.
The new year began with a win for working women in New Jersey as new and strengthened protections for breastfeeding mothers were signed into law.
LINWOOD — If there’s one thing people in Atlantic County are passionate about, it’s promoting discussion and action on the state’s addiction epidemic.
A combination of the cold weather and Thursday’s snowstorm has left at least one South Jersey health provider with a surge in patient cases.
Vanessa Vitolo stood in front of a large crowd on a recent December afternoon in Atlantic City wearing a long, puffy winter coat with her hair neatly pulled back into a ponytail. She gripped a microphone in one hand and looked into the faces before her, some weathered with the harsh realitie…
The storm might be over, but activity for hospitals and medical emergency workers is far from finished.
Hospitals and medical providers are resuming a majority of inpatient and outpatient services following closures and delays Thursday during Winter Storm Grayson.
Gov. Chris Christie, whose term ends in less than two weeks, is making some last-minute moves to fund opioid and addiction treatment in New Jersey.
Future cancer patients in South Jersey won’t have to go farther than Voorhees Township, Camden County, to get a type of pioneering radiation treatment called proton therapy.
Some little humans entered the world in the early hours of Monday, making them among the first children born in 2018.
Debbie Dowdal loves decorating for the holidays — or at least, she used to.
If you’re prepared to brave freezing air and chilling waters, chances are you’ll have fun kicking off 2018 by participating in a New Year’s Day polar plunge.
Margate is the fourth South Jersey town to reschedule or cancel its New Year's Day polar plunge due to weather concerns.
More people are reaching for cough lozenges, over-the-counter medications and tissues as influenza sweeps through the region, and experts say that might get worse after holiday gatherings.
Protections for breastfeeding mothers were unanimously approved by both the state Assembly and Senate this month, and the bills now head to the governor’s desk.
The dinners, parties and sugar-filled treats — those are what some people love most about the holidays. But for the about one-third of the United States population living with diabetes and pre-diabetes, the season presents some tricky circumstances.
The holiday season is a time where people are intensely focused on food, which can be particularly overwhelming for people in treatment or recovery for an eating disorder.
NORTHFIELD — The meeting hall at American Legion Post No. 295 on West Mill Road was filled with red and green decorations, food, gift bags, presents and a Christmas tree, boosting the holiday cheer for local families who need a little more this year.