New Jersey officials want the public and state employees to weigh in on plans to reorganize where and how the state’s mental health and addiction services operate.
Patients, providers and visitors at all AtlantiCare locations won’t be able to buy regular sodas and other sugar-sweetened beverages on the premises as experts opt for healthier products.
Parents weave through store aisles, collecting books, backpacks and clothes that they check off from their children’s back-to-school lists. Along with those items, experts say families should focus on the health-related tasks ahead of them before children return to school or day care this fall.
Researchers at Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey are part of a new multimillion-dollar project looking at new drugs and genetic links to tumor development.
Twenty-four New Jersey hospitals were ranked with high standards in U.S. News and World Report’s annual best national and regional hospital ratings.
Family caregivers and professionals are invited to learn more about Alzheimer’s disease research, treatments and developments at a seminar next month.
Julie Park, 22, walked across the stage in May to get her diploma from Rowan University, but she almost didn’t live to reach that milestone.
OCEAN CITY — Several hundred people are expected to turn out this weekend in support of research and treatment for people with Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis.
John Bennett Jr. sat in a cushioned chair, stretched out his left arm and watched as Blanca Steffens filled a vial with his blood on a recent afternoon inside the clinical lab at AtlantiCare Physician Group Primary Care Plus in Northfield.
State lawmakers approved a series of health-related bills in the last Assembly vote of July.
Counties statewide will promote vaccinations and immunizations in August with a series of community events, including vaccination clinics, during national Immunization Awareness Month.
NEWARK — New Jersey agreed to put into place new rules regarding quarantines after a nurse who was quarantined in 2014 after working in Sierra Leone during the deadly Ebola outbreak filed a lawsuit against the state, according to the American Civil Liberties Union of New Jersey.
GALLOWAY TOWNSHIP — Advanced, robotic technology and pure animal companionship mixed Wednesday at Stockton University.
SOMERS POINT — Shore Medical Center will open a new location for its rehabilitation services and a center for Alzheimer’s disease and related disorders this month.
Despite progress nationwide,
LINWOOD — Dan Klein sat down in front of a radio mic at Longport Media studios right before 8 p.m. on a Wednesday night. He popped open a small white box and removed what looked like a thin white tube.
GALLOWAY TOWNSHIP — If you or someone you know is interested in learning about products and services for disabilities, there’s one place next week that will showcase it all.
A dead Egg Harbor Township pet tested positive for rabies Friday, Atlantic County’s first confirmed case of the disease this year.
A new report shows invasive cancer diagnoses in New Jersey are on the decline, which may be significant for a state with some of the highest cancer rates in the nation.
GALLOWAY TOWNSHIP — A $1 million donation will help Bacharach Institute for Rehabilitation launch a specialized center focused on recovery treatment for neurological diseases and disorders.
People who need paid time off from work to care for a newborn, adopted child or sick loved one may find it easier with newly approved legislation.
GALLOWAY TOWNSHIP — Stockton University researchers want to look inside your brain — for science, of course.
Gary Hanson spent Father’s Day at his son’s home in Pennsylvania. It was the second time he had to spend the holiday without his own father.
When Mary Beth Lewis talks about the beginning of her mother’s long journey with Alzheimer’s disease, one memory will always stick out.
Atlantic County will host several free men’s health clinics with screenings, testing and exams to encourage early detection and treatment of preventable health problems among men.
The end of flu season in New Jersey brings the start of another public health issue: mosquitoes.