Considering Being an Organ Donor? This is How Much It'll Cost You
Andrea Tietjen, the director of transplant finance, equality and data at Saint Barnabas Medical Center, said the donor’s costs normally are borne by the recipient and his or her medical insurance.
Report Shows Smoking is Down but Vaping is Way Up in NJ
New Jersey experienced a 17% tobacco use decline over 10 years while experiencing a 35% increase in vaping, according to the insurance shopping website Quote Wizard.
The Facts on NJ Schools and Vaccines: What's Required and When
New Jersey continues to wrestle with the issue of personal rights versus public health requirements when it comes to daycare and classrooms.
People in New Jersey Have the Third Longest Life Span in the US
A new report says people in New Jersey live longer than people in most other states.
Ban on Flavored Vapes in New Jersey Advances in Legislature
Bill is set for Monday approval, despite protests from vape shop owners who say it will force them out of business and send former smokers back to cigarettes.
NJ Senate Closer to Nixing Religious Exemption for Vaccines
One in 38 students — or a total of about 14,000 — have a religious exemption from vaccinations. That number has grown in five years from just under 9,000.
Are You Getting Your Daily Dose of the Right Vitamins?
Although the goal is to get our nutrients from our food, our quick-paced lifestyles and on-the-go eating can make it challenging to get all the vitamins and nutrients we need.
NJ Turning the Tide on Opioid Epidemic? Fewer Deaths in 2019
Gov. Murphy says opioid overdose deaths and the number of opioid prescriptions were down last year thanks to a multi-pronged prevention approach.