A Rutgers expert discusses how the legalization of cannabis could widen gaps in health and social equity for pregnant women, new mothers and their children.
The dean of Rutgers School of Public Health discusses what the near future of the pandemic looks like
Levels of potentially health-threatening chemicals rise with years of service, Rutgers study finds
Scientists’ findings suggest corals will withstand climate change
Higher groundwater levels linked to sea-level rise and increased flooding from storm surges and very high tides are likely leading to "ghost forests" filled with dead trees, according to a Rutgers study.
Rutgers research shows stormwater could be important source of plastic pollution
Rutgers engineers have invented a cheap and easy way to transform "dumb" headphones into sensors that can be plugged into smartphones, identify their users, monitor their heart rates and perform other services.
A Rutgers pediatrician specializing in critical care discusses how to differentiate among multisystem inflammatory syndrome, acute COVID-19 and Kawasaki disease in children.
A Rutgers maternal-fetal physician discusses what pregnant women should consider when deciding whether or not to get the vaccine
Study estimates fishes contribute about 16 percent of the sinking carbon in feces that goes into upper ocean waters