Rutgers is introducing a combined doctorate in pharmacy and medicine, believed to be the first of its kind.
Experts have learned much from previous pandemics, Janet Golden says. Panic isn’t helpful. Knowledge and preparation are what is needed.
Study finds fog-like condition related to chemotherapy’s effect on new brain cells and rhythms
Joshua Miller says more studies are needed to determine if supplements and fortified foods are safe.
There is a fine line between moderate and binge drinking. Rutgers researchers say this type of risky behavior decreases the development of brain cells which could affect memory.
Rutgers social worker who specializes in addiction and recovery treatment leads public policy effort to tackle heroin and opiate abuse among teens and young adults.
Rutgers scientists have uncovered genetic clues as to why some mice no longer in danger are still fearful while others are resilient to traumatic experience – knowledge that could help those suffering with crippling anxiety and PTSD.