NJ officials expect COVID-19 vaccine supplies to increase in late spring, widespread vaccinations by summer
Gov. Murphy says there may not be enough doses for people to easily get appointments until April, May
Need for dedicated clinics, greater public education and direct, personal outreach to underserved residents
Second post-holiday wave of the devastating post-COVID-19 syndrome called MIS-C is targeting Black and Hispanic kids across the US and here in NJ.
Pediatricians are in the perfect place to prevent Adverse Childhood Experiences from playing out for years in the lives of children and adults
According to the CDC, that’s largely because of the synthetic opioid fentanyl, a pain reliever that’s 50 to 100 times stronger than morphine or heroin ...
Experts encourage women who are pregnant to discuss the risk-benefit ratio with their doctors
A state adviser answers these and other questions on the COVID-19 vaccine and NJ’s vaccination program
At least 75,000 enrollees are new to the state-run insurance exchange this year
The alliance is meant to boost status of Rutgers’ medical schools, attract more research dollars
The New Jersey senator will be the main sponsor of legislation
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