They call Marion Lee Johnson a "Hidden Figure." That’s because the mathematician worked at Boeing for NASA calculating trajectories for the Saturn V rocket that sent Neil Armstrong to the moon in ...
The CDC indicates in 2015, SIDS claimed the lives of 44 babies in New Jersey.
Fallout over President Trump's exit from the Paris Climate Accord. The potential consequences for New Jersey's businesses. Trump boosts Homeland Security funds, but cuts in post-9/11 security programs ...
The disparity in infant mortality rates between white and black babies is the second highest in the nation.
New legislation would allow pharmacists to dispense oral birth control pills without a doctor’s prescription.
The first federal lawsuit over lead in the school water supply. Plaintiffs are seeking class action status to hold political leaders accountable for the poison. Holding Health and Human Services to ...
Rutgers and Stanford scientists have developed a novel way to inject healthy human nerve cells into the brain.
New Rutgers study finds absence of peptide linked to preference for fatty food and eating for pleasure rather than hunger.
Rutgers researcher says findings may offer another reason to judiciously prescribe antibiotics to children.
Christie's entitlement reform proposals. His push to push back the retirement age. The imperatives to act on cleaner air. Thirty-four million reasons to act fast on back taxes. And it's Equal Pay Day.
The Clean Air Council hearing discussed what can be done to reduce air pollution in the region.
Psychiatrist David Nathan says while he supports legalizing marijuana in NJ for adults, it can be harmful to children.
A Rutgers study suggests that pregnant women and young children are more susceptible.
Rutgers-led research finds similar survival rates whether blood transfusions are large or small.
Students tweet their insights while watching Forrest Gump, Silver Linings Playbook during innovative Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School course.