Rutgers University researchers find 3 percent of heart attack patients return to low-scoring hospitals due to a new heart attack within 30 days
As experts look for causes, some are considering social rather than biological determinants and possible link to rise in use of social media
With two-thirds of the world’s largest pharmaceutical companies based in New Jersey, agencies spend a lot of time here working out what to name drugs
No parent wants to endanger their child, but anxiety about inoculations lingers despite scientific evidence to the contrary
Amended bill, which must still pass Assembly and Senate, would only let children skip immunizations based on medical reasons. Opponents say it erodes personal rights
Proposed measure would help New Jersey’s donor-conceived residents learn more about their medical history without sacrificing donor anonymity
It will take more than a year to disband New Jersey Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, but to animal-rights activists and some lawmakers, ...
Measure roars through Assembly 63 – 0, heads to governor’s desk for signature
Legislation that would eliminate charter of NJ Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals slated to come up for vote in lame-duck session
Lesniak bill would shut down troubled agency, but will it get a hearing in the lame-duck legislative session?