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NYU study is first to describe rates of physical, verbal, and reputational aggression by patients toward practicing dentists
Study demonstrates how changes in human genes can reduce SARS-CoV-2 infection
Little-known but common form of product placement boosts children’s exposure to unhealthy food, warrants stronger regulations
President Donald Trump received more Twitter mentions, and a greater increase of positive mentions, relative to former Vice President Joe Biden in an analysis of online activity related to the second presidential debate.
The Center on International Cooperation and the Center for Global Affairs are launching an online dashboard aimed at tracking diversity at the leadership level for the United Nations.
Pilot study illustrates impact of pandemic on health and wellbeing of frontline workers, revealing opportunities for supporting essential workforce
Joe Biden was the subject of a higher number of Twitter mentions and was watched more on YouTube than was President Donald Trump, the Republican nominee, shows a new analysis of online activity of this week's town halls.
Inadequate Staffing, Communication Issues Force Nurses to Skip Important Care During Labor and Birth
A team of NYU scientists has developed a method using holographic imaging to detect both viruses and antibodies. The breakthrough has the potential to aid in medical diagnoses and, specifically, those related to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Researchers use a simple, inexpensive technique to develop a new fast-acting form of deltamethrin that may help with growing insecticide resistance