How Many Times Has a 'Nurse' Lied to You? NJ Lets Them
In New Jersey, unlike most other states, anyone can identify themselves as a nurse and get away with it.
NJ Health Officials Urging Adults to Get the Measles Vaccine
If you don’t remember if you had measles as a kid, ideally you should try to find your childhood vaccination records or some other documentation of measles immunity, like school records.
No, Asbestos Isn't Banned — But NJ Congressman Wants It to Be
U.S. Rep. Frank Pallone, D-N.J. 6th District, said people are under the assumption that asbestos has already been banned. But that's simply not true.
Will NJ Close the Beach? How Water Quality Testing Works
You know summer is just around the corner when NJ starts testing the waters for fecal bacteria.
Meet the Official New Jersey State Microbe and Why We Have One
A microorganism called Streptomyces griseus has been named New Jersey's state microbe.
The American Heart Association’s Annual Walk in Ocean City
The American Heart Association’s annual walk is coming up on May 18th on the Ocean City Boardwalk.
Suicide, Bullying Rising Among NJ Teens — Guess What's Causing It
Debra Wentz, the president and CEO of the New Jersey Association of Mental Health and Addiction Agencies, confirms that thoughts of suicide, depression and bullying are up by a 52% in teens over the past decade.
New Jersey Is One of the Fittest States in America, Study Says
In a study of the fittest and fattest states in America, New Jersey ranks near the top. That's a good thing.
Black-out Drunk? Don't Just Sleep it Off, Warns NJ Poison Control
Sleeping off a drunken stupor is not a good way to deal with alcohol poisoning, according to the New Jersey Poison Control Center.