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Counseling may help keep people in treatment for opioid use disorder, according to Rutgers study
Though a key antiviral treatment is still effective, a Rutgers study also finds signs of emerging mutations, indicating urgent need for new drugs.
Including the “Deciding Not to Decide” treatment option improves the standard of care for older adults with chronic kidney disease
New findings by Rutgers researchers show activities of specialized brain cells differ based on their location
Two years after the early days of the COVID-19 crisis, a case study examines the successful response and leadership role of the university related to vaccination and the safety of faculty, staff and students
A Rutgers study finds patients who repeatedly tested negative but had COVID-19 clinical signs were likely to have COVID-19
Exposure to phthalates — a group of chemicals found in everything from plastics to personal care products to electronics—may disrupt an important hormone needed to sustain a healthy pregnancy, according to a Rutgers study.
Rutgers study finds airborne particles containing the virus SARS-CoV-2 beyond self-isolation rooms in homes of infected people, posing the risk of COVID-19 exposure to others in the home.
The new research adds to the extremely limited information on COVID-19 vaccination rates among people with HIV.
A surgical treatment commonly used to reduce seizures in those with adult epilepsy is also effective and safe for children, according to a Rutgers study.