Smoking Hookah: Cool, Smooth -- and Carbon Monoxide Danger
Hookah pipe use is on the rise in New Jersey, especially among young adults. But few are aware of its potentially lethal effects.
The Healthiest and Least Healthy Counties in New Jersey
The 2018 report highlighted gaps in health related to race and ethnicity. A shortage of opportunities for success were shown to disproportionately affect people of color nationwide and in New Jersey.
Spring Cleaning? Could Be Like Smoking a Pack a Day
Cleaning products can be a huge health hazard, affecting our skin, respiratory system, and even our eyes. Mixing certain cleaning products could even be fatal.
Physician-Assisted Suicide Up for Debate Again in NJ
Terminally ill patients with less than six months to live would be able to obtain a prescription for medication that, if taken, would end their lives.
Booze More Dangerous Than Weed, NJ Health Commissioner Affirms
A report suggesting changes to NJ's medical marijuana program will be filed by March 24. "An entire slew of recommendations," says acting health commissioner.
Study Says South Jerseyans Sleep Later Than Everyone Else
If you live in the Atlantic City area, a new survey has found that you probably like to sleep late.
Challenges Remain, But NJ Improves Women and Children's Health
Up seven spots from the last time the same report was issued, New Jersey ranks 12th among the states for the health of women, infants and children.