Science

In a new book, Jersey-born astronaut Scott Kelly shares memories of his time in space and his sometimes painful return to terra firma. ...
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Opioids bind to receptors in the body, altering a number of physical and emotional functions....
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Saving Lives with Narcan

November 2, 2017

Narcan is commonly administered by emergency personnel as a nasal spray to prevent an impending death....
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Doctors seek new paths toward pain relief amid an epidemic of addiction and death. ...
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Hey, Bacteria? Can We Talk?

October 10, 2017

The Princeton microbiologist hopes to make new medicines by listening to the conversations of bacteria....
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What will the solar eclipse look like in the Garden State? ...
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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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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. ...
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Just What the Vet Ordered

November 14, 2016

From special flavors to tiny doses, compounders can be a pet’s best friend....
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Compounders make prescription drugs the old-fashioned way, one ingredient at a time. For patients with a special need, that can be a lifesaver....
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Pioneering surgeons, researchers bring cutting-edge procedures to New Jersey....
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The increase in life-threatening food allergies among children has changed the public school experience. ...
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Across New Jersey, more than 80 species—from birds to bobcats—are imperiled by loss of habitat and other man-made threats. ...
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An invasive fungus nearly wiped out several bat species in the Garden State. Now they struggle to bounce back. ...
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State agencies and conservation groups welcome volunteers to help protect critters in need....
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Despite the efforts of pro bono dentists, oral health is a struggle for low-income families and others in need throughout New Jersey....
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Navigating the challenges of finding a dentist for special needs patients in New Jersey....
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A fascination with wiggly creatures led William Campbell to a cure for one of mankind’s worst diseases—and earned him a Nobel Prize....
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The Rutgers Agricultural Research and Extension Center will release the first batch of seeds for the new Rutgers tomato this month....
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The Mystique of Sleep

November 6, 2015

We've all experienced sleepless nights, but for many Americans (including kids), a lack of rest is a chronic and debilitating problem. Luckily, treatment is available. ...
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