Paterson/Passaic Podiatrist “Indiscriminately” Fed Patients Painkillers

Source: Hackensack Daily Voice Dr. Anthony Enrico, Jr., who has maintained practices in and around Paterson and Passaic, had his license temporarily suspended by the state Board of Medical Examiners while charges against him are pursued, New Jersey Attorney General Christopher S....

Cape May Man’s Heart-Stopping Story of Cardiac Arrest – Part 2

Source: Cape May County Herald PART ONE Slowly, over the next two days, Brendan McBride showed more signs of awakening, opening his eyes and moving his body. He finally woke March 13 and was able to have some quiet talk, although he was still in and out. The next day he was able...

Cape May Man’s Heart-Stopping Story of Cardiac Arrest

Source: Cape May County Herald While he still faces a long recovery, Brendan McBride believes it’s through the “power of prayers and positive thoughts” that enabled him to survive to have the opportunity to cheer his 5-year-old son at “future sporting...

Featured Video: Minority Health Month

National Minority Health Month: · Health And Human Services · Think Cultural Health · New Jersey Events Health disparities—the differences in health and well-being—have a significant impact on our nation and among racial and ethnic populations...

Report: Two-Fifths of All Higher Education Inquiries Were for Health Programs

Source: Two-fifths (42.9%) of all higher education inquiries were for health programs in 2016, according to the Sparkroom 2016 Year-End Higher Education Inquiry Generation Review. This share of volume was up 4.2% in comparison to 2015, but the conversion rate for...

On smoking prevention, N.J. earns an ‘F’

Source: Courier-Post Online As his tenure in Trenton winds down, New Jersey governor Chris Christie has championed the fight against heroin. His posture on another addictive substance, however, has been a different story. “New Jersey does not provide any type of state funding for...