Gloucester County Will Train You to be an EMT for Free
If you always wanted to help others in the medical field but never acted on your instincts due to financial reasons, this might just be for you.
NJ Students May Be Required to Learn How to Administer NARCAN
A member of the state Assembly wrote a bill to require students in New Jersey to be trained in administering NARCAN, the antidote for opioid overdoses.
Millville Man Contracts Flesh-eating Bacteria While Crabbing
A South Jersey man is in intensive care after he contracted a flesh-eating bacteria while crabbing in Cumberland County.
Lack of Blood Donations in NJ Resulting in National Shortage
“There is a blood emergency right now. I mean, it is very critical,” said Alana Mauger, a spokeswoman for the Red Cross. “We are at the point where we are sending blood to hospitals faster than donations are coming in.”
Atlantic County Reports West Nile Virus Mosquitoes in Northfield
Atlantic County has reported finding two mosquito samples in Northfield that have tested positive for West Nile Virus.
NJ's Medical Marijuana Program: How Far Will it Go?
Which will come first in New Jersey — legalized recreational weed or an even bigger expansion to the state's medical marijuana program?
NJ May Start Setting More Prisoners Free for Health Reasons
Until May, 2018, only inmates with a terminal disease or illness could apply for medical parole in New Jersey.
Cape May — Tiny County With Major Addiction Battle
Cape May county is fighting back against its opioid abuse epidemic that places the county third-worst in the state.
2nd Suspected Measles Case Reported in South Jersey
An individual who started showing symptoms of the measles after possibly being exposed to someone with the measles may have exposed other people to the virus as well.