GALLOWAY TOWNSHIP — A free showcase full of exhibitors and experts on health care for people with physical, psychological or other disabilities is set to return to Stockton University for the fourth year.
The state is awarding $4.3 million across six agencies, including one serving South Jersey, to reduce cases of black infant and maternal deaths, officials announced Wednesday.
GALLOWAY TOWNSHIP — This week marked a big milestone for 18-week-old Makenna Spruill and her family. After spending 113 days in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at AtlantiCare Regional Medical Center, Mainland Campus, Makenna is finally going home.
A South Jersey-based nonprofit organization rooted in preventing teen suicide and stigma surrounding mental health issues will hold a conference early next month for anyone who works with children.
TRENTON — Legislators and state committees met Monday to discuss several health care-related bills that aim to benefit pediatric cancer research and reduce prescription costs for New Jersey patients.
NEW YORK — The past flu season was the deadliest for U.S. children in nearly a decade, health officials said Friday.
A longtime Vineland doctor has been appointed by President Donald Trump to the president’s Council on Sports, Fitness and Nutrition, Inspira Health Network officials announced Wednesday.
The Southern New Jersey Perinatal Cooperative has moved its operations from Atlantic City to Pleasantville and will hold a summer education event to introduce services to neighborhood mothers and families.
Ever since the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s recent crackdown on more pharmaceutical teething products, parents have found themselves leaning more toward natural products and methods to ease their children’s pain.
Clay Jensen, Jessica Davis, Tony Padilla and their classmates at Liberty High School return to Netflix Friday in the second season of “13 Reasons Why” where they are left grappling with the truths revealed following the suicide death of fellow student, Hannah Baker.
Only a few New Jersey hospitals are fully meeting maternity and childbirth health-care goals, according to a new national report.
MAYS LANDING — Samya Hernandez, 18, held a piece of blue chalk to the sidewalk at the entrance of Oakcrest High School and wrote the words, “It won’t be easy, but it will get better.”
Isabelle Mosca knows firsthand what it is like to love a child with autism spectrum disorder.
Although overall infant mortality is lower in New Jersey than the national rate, experts say the number of deaths among black infants is significantly higher than other groups, and state health officials are directing funds to end that trend.
In reaction to several babies left abandoned in public places in North Jersey this month, state officials are pushing for greater awareness of New Jersey’s Safe Haven laws.
BRIDGETON — Cumberland County has consistently been ranked lowest in the state in terms of health care and wellness, but county officials are soon hoping to turn that around.
WILDWOOD — Local U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration leaders, with other state and national organizations, will host a drug prevention summit especially intended for kids and their families Saturday, April 28.
LOWER TOWNSHIP — Lataysha Matos weaved her way Wednesday through round tables where pregnant women, some with young children, partners, friends and family, sat munching on veggies and fruit, flipping through pamphlets or looking at their blue raffle tickets.
Some of the youngest victims of the heroin and opioid epidemic are newborns, and a new statewide campaign focuses on preventing that from happening.
One in two sexually active people will contract a sexually transmitted disease before the age of 25, according to the state Department of Health, and with the steadily rising rates of cases nationwide, they occur far more often than health experts expect them to.
As more research and studies show that head injuries and concussions can lead to long-term and serious effects, local health and athletic experts are teaming up bring more awareness to parents, athletes and coaches.
It would be more difficult for New Jersey parents to get their children exempted from mandatory vaccines based on religious grounds if a new bill introduced Thursday becomes law.
Unicorn Puke. Space Rockz. Kaptain Peanut Butter Crunch.
SOMERS POINT — Shore Medical Center is looking to update its maternity department by launching a fundraising campaign to upgrade equipment and monitoring technology.
People take their sleep for granted — at least that’s what some local sleep doctors have observed.
If you feel like flu season is a never-ending cycle of sick children, parents, co-workers, friends, neighbors and family, behold — the end is in sight (sort of).