Author: Leslie Garisto Pfaff

It’s no fluke: Fish populations are on the move, chasing cooler marine temperatures. At Rutgers, scientists track their alarming migrations.

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For victims of childhood sex abuse, the pain can linger for a lifetime. Now they want to change the law blocking legal action against their abusers.

Seen in: Politics & Public Affairs

The Mindfulness Revolution

January 10, 2017

Stress–it's a 21st-century fact of life in multitasking, plugged-in, mile-a-minute New Jersey. But wait! The mindfulness movement has a better idea...

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Meditation has been shown to mitigate anxiety and depression, reduce blood pressure, slow the aging process and improve attention.

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Hoboken’s Aldo Civico has made conflict resolution his life’s work. Sometimes, it gets a little hairy.

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A Night in Trauma

November 15, 2016

Gunshot wound? Blow to the head? Crushed hand? There's a good chance you'll find yourself in one of New Jersey's three Level I trauma centers.

Seen in: Health, Science, Top Doctors

As the founding dean of Seton Hall’s new med school, Bonita Stanton aims to rewrite the book on health education.

Seen in: Jersey Celebrities, Jersey Living

Urban Success Stories

September 2, 2016

These exceptional high schools provide a road map for teaching inner-city kids.

Seen in: Towns & Schools

Mary Alice Williams relishes her role as the face of NJTV, the state’s 5-year-old public-TV network.

Seen in: Film & Television, Jersey Living, Politics & Public Affairs

A fascination with wiggly creatures led William Campbell to a cure for one of mankind’s worst diseases—and earned him a Nobel Prize.

Seen in: Books, Jersey Celebrities, Outdoors, Science

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