New Jersey Surgery Center Warns Patients May Have Been Exposed To HIVPatients who had a procedure done at HealthPlus Surgery Center in Saddle Brook between Jan. 1 and Sept. 7 are being asked to get a blood test.
Department Of Health Investigating Bacterial Infection At New Jersey Hospital After Premature Baby's DeathThe Department of Health is investigating four cases of a bacterial infection at a Newark hospital that may be responsible for a premature baby's death.
Viral Outbreak Leaves 7 Children Dead, 11 Others Sick At New Jersey Rehabilitation Facility, Health Department SaysThe facility has been told not to admit any new patients until the outbreak ends.
New Jersey Health Officials Warn Of Possible Measles ExposureNew Jersey Health Department officials are warning residents that two people may have exposed them to measles.
Dozens In Tri-State Area Sickened From Bacterial Infection Linked To Contaminated SyringesHealth departments in the tri-state area are on high alert after dozens of people got sick from a bacterial infection linked to contaminated syringes.
Rabid Raccoon Confirmed In Barrington, New JerseyOfficials in Camden County, New Jersey say a raccoon that was found in the yard of a home in Barrington has tested positive for rabies.
Rabid Raccoon Confirmed In Haddonfield, NJOfficials in Camden County, New Jersey say a raccoon that was found in the yard of a home in Haddonfield has tested positive for rabies.
CDC And State Health Officials Confirm Suspected Case Of Measles At Princeton University Princeton University says a student had a confirmed case of measles.
CDC: NJ Child Who Died Tested Positive For Enterovirus D68 The New Jersey Department of Health says the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention notified them Friday night that a Mercer County child who died last week tested positive for the respiratory illness enterovirus D68.
New Wave Of Post-Sandy Mold Issues Hits Atlantic CountyAtlantic County wants residents to make sure they don't get bit twice by Super Storm Sandy. Mold removal experts say they're seeing a new wave of growth.