Rutgers students are learning that dogs can play an important role in occupational therapy. Watch our video to see how the natural bond between humans and dogs motivates patients to accomplish important day-to-day tasks.
A Rutgers respiratory therapist spends her vacations in Mexico and along the U.S. border as a health educator.
At least half of New Jerseyans are now trained in CPR and the Heimlich Maneuver, a Rutgers-Eagleton Public Health poll finds.
Two Rutgers units, the Eagleton Center for Public Interest Polling and New Jersey Medical School, launch a series of health-related polls, starting with a look at risky driving behaviors.
Is there anything better than seeing a child smile?
Rutgers students will donate their time at dental clinics statewide as part of a national program February 7.
Rutgers is taking the lead to enhance the role of clinical laboratory scientists.
In her 40s, Christine Pappas returned to school for a career in health care because she wanted to spend her days making a positive difference in people’s lives.