New Jersey DOH Investigates Whether North Bergen Child's Death Was Flu-RelatedThe New Jersey Department of Health on Monday was investigating whether the death of a 5-year-old girl in North Bergen might have been flu-related.
Health Department Probes Dozens Of Infections At Monmouth Pain CenterA rash of infections has prompted the closure of a Monmouth county pain management center.
Health Officials: Ebola Monitoring Has Cost New Jersey $2.6 MillionThe state Health Department said 641 of the more than 1,400 people traveling from Guinea, Liberia or Sierra Leone from October to March were monitored for Ebola for 21 days.
Hepatitis A Tests For Second Person In Hamilton Township, N.J. Come Back NegativeA second person who was testified for Hepatitis A in connection with a restaurant in Hamilton Township, New Jersey has turned not to have the disease, officials said Thursday.
Princeton Worker Given 'Ultimatum' To Choose Medical Pot Or JobA Princeton University employee and marijuana legalization activist said Tuesday he has been told by his employer to choose between medical marijuana and his job.
Measles Warning Issued For Recent Visitors To BJ's Store In N.J.Measles is easily spread through the air when an infected person talks, coughs or sneezes, health officials said. People can also get sick when they come in contact with mucus or saliva from an infected person.
Measles Warning Issued For Recent Visitors To N.J. HospitalIf you were at Somerset Medical Center in Somerville, N.J., earlier this week, health officials said you might have contracted measles.
NJ Health Department Apologizes After Privacy Breach In Email To Medical Marijuana PatientsThe state health department apologized for the error and said it has taken steps to prevent the error from happening again.
Garden State's First Medical Marijuana License Given To Montclair Dispensary Officials said Greenleaf Compassionate Care in Montclair has submitted all the necessary paperwork and cleared all the hurdles to open.
Doctors: Deadly Meningitis Outbreak In Southern States Could Make Its Way To N.J.Five people have died after being injected with a steroid often used for back pain. The drug was distributed to 23 states, including New Jersey, and now officials are scrambling to see who may have been infected.