Grace Ibitamuno Obienu juggles three passions – medicine, community health and writing fiction.
Research led by a Rutgers public health expert reveals poverty and inequalities contribute to premature deaths in India's capital city.
A Rutgers School of Public Health student and former Marine dedicates her life to improving the lives of vulnerable communities.
The study found those who recently quit smoking are four times more likely to use e-cigarettes than current smokers.
The vaccination rates in Newark are much lower than in the rest of the country.
The Rutgers School of Public Health is helping first responders across New Jersey prepare for an outbreak of ebola or another contagious disease. It's not just a matter of learning how to put on a hazmat suit. Watch and learn:
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.
A graduate student uses his medical training and cultural background to educate people on healthier eating.
Rutgers researchers work across disciplines to shed light on an essential question: Why can some people, but not others, quit smoking for good?
A tomato-rich diet may help protect at-risk postmenopausal women from breast cancer, according to new research by Rutgers professor.
Rutgers School of Public Health students publish 'Healthy Helpings' cookbook to raise funds for local and national causes.
Rutgers’ Community Living Education Project shows families with developmentally disabled adults the opportunities for more independent living.
Students teamed up with the Greater Newark Conservancy to improve nutrition literacy in city populations.