Shore Medical Center and Penn Cardiology are teaming up this month to bring heart health information to the forefront of awareness among residents in South Jersey.
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.
A South Jersey shore town has been named the state’s drunkest city.
GALLOWAY TOWNSHIP — More than 40 million American adults live with some kind of mental illness, but studies show men are much less likely than women to seek help.
ATLANTIC CITY — Planned Parenthood’s health center on Atlantic Avenue closed for good Friday, officials announced.
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.
EGG HARBOR TOWNSHIP — Volunteers in Medicine of South Jersey will hold an open house Wednesday to introduce the public to its new, second location of free clinics.
When Susan Polk got a call in 1993 from the partner of her brother, Arthur Speck Jr., she learned her brother had AIDS.
U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention officials will interview Atlantic County residents for its National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey.
TRENTON — New Jersey lawmakers want people to have more paid family leave, and they intend to provide it by expanding the state program.
Volunteers in Medicine opens Egg Harbor Township location as need rises
VINELAND — Inspira Health Network is expanding its services and programs in Cumberland County as it partners with Vineland Urgent Care.
GALLOWAY TOWNSHIP — Kathleen Connelly can’t pinpoint exactly when she started to develop an eating disorder.
Eugene Allen and John Bettis know what it feels like to struggle with weight issues.
Along with all the significant relationships we have in life, one of the most vital is our relationship with food. Like the other key relationships, it directly impacts our emotional and physical health and well-being.
GALLOWAY TOWNSHIP — Two shiny new vans sat in the front circle driveway at Bacharach Institute for Rehabilitation.
EGG HARBOR TOWNSHIP — Lee Anne LeCouter, of Mays Landing, is a self-proclaimed gym rat.
President-elect Donald Trump and many Republicans say they want to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act — leaving New Jersey residents and the rest of the nation uncertain about their future health-care coverage.
Vehicle pollution cost New Jersey residents $4.6 billion last year in global warming damage and medical problems from inhaling dirty air, the American Lung Association in California said in a report Thursday.
New Jersey residents should be prepared to pay higher monthly premiums for their 2017 health insurance coverage if they have plans under the federal Affordable Care Act, also known as “Obamacare.”
Steve Tyman stood on the train platform, feeling the wall of warm air from the oncoming train push against his body.
TRENTON—EpiPens were at the center of health pricing debates last month and some New Jersey legislators hope to make the lifesaving allergy medication more affordable in the near future.
This week will be filled with a range of health events and fairs as organizations bring awareness about local health care resources and needs in individual communities.
Jeff Battersby walked into Grace and Glory Yoga in Northfield on a cold January day to try a class recommended by a friend. It was intimidating, the idea of trying something completely new at a place where he didn’t know anyone, but then he spotted an old high school classmate.
Hesitant about going to the doctor for a checkup? Don't be. A healthy patient-provider relationship and some regular maintenance can give you a long, healthy life.
Most people assume breast cancer is just a female thing. But about 1 percent of cases in the United States occur in men - and it turns out that a growing number of them are choosing to remove both breasts to reduce the risk of recurrence.