Did Government Spread Lyme Disease? NJ Lawmaker Seeks Answers
The House has approved a request by Rep. Chris Smith directing the Dept. of Defense's IG to determine whether the military experimented with ticks and insects as possible biological weapons.
Will West Nile Virus Cases Spike in the Garden State?
After the earliest confirmed human case ever at the beginning of July, state officials are monitoring mosquito activity very closely.
Possible Measles Exposure in Lakewood, Health Officials Say
The New Jersey Health Department is warning residents of a possible measles exposure in Lakewood.
The Best Local Spots for Fun and Fitness On and In the Water
With pools, lakes, rivers, and, of course, the beautiful ocean, there are plenty of ways to stay in shape and have fun on and in the water.
For First Time Since 1980s, NJ Hires a State Dental Director
Dr. Darwin Hayes' priorities include a comprehensive oral health plan, a surveillance system to track outcomes, and integrating oral care into primary care.
The Side Effect of Drinking You May Not Be Aware Of
Picture this, you are at an outdoor party or event on a hot summer day. You are enjoying a few cold beers or alcohol of your choice...
Five Common Sun Exposure and Tanning Myths Debunked
While we all want go outside and have a good time, it is important to take the appropriate measures to protect our skin.
The Best South Jersey Beaches and Events for Your Staycation
We break down the best South Jersey beaches and activities for your staycation.
West Nile Virus in NJ: First Case of the Year Confirmed
The year's first case of West Nile virus in a human has been confirmed in Hunterdon County — the earliest in the year a case has ever been detected in NJ.