Thousands of deaths could be avoided through the utilization of a tougher standard for air quality in America's metropolitan areas, a New York University/American Thoracic Society report concludes.
Study led by NYU researcher Leanna Stiefel looks at steps that education policymakers and practitioners can take “to make inclusion in fact feel … inclusive.”
Researchers from a multi-national group universities are working together to save a scientific resource that was badly damaged in Hurricane Maria—a population of rhesus monkeys living on a remote island off the coast of Puerto Rico—and the staff and facilities that support them.
Of the 67 papers reviewed, only 16 (23.9%) included any mention of the effects that hearing loss can have on health care interactions.
Implemented Feb. 1, the new "bag tax" produced a “dramatic decrease” in grocery store shoppers’ use of disposable carryout bags in Chicago, according to an NYU Wagner researcher.
The Citizens Crime Commission’s “E-Responder” Pilot Study with NYU’s Steinhardt School Shows Digital Intervention Can Prevent Virtual and Real-World Altercations Between Youth
Promising approach aimed at “changing the narrative” around mental health care receives $700,000 federal grant for randomized trial.
Adults on the autism spectrum see their interests as possible fields of study and career paths, as well as ways to mitigate anxiety, finds a study by NYU’s Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development.
In spite of recent investments in health care and public health in India’s global capital city, the capacity to leverage these investments to improve access to effective care have not been sufficient to overcome crushing poverty and inequalities, a new study finds.
NYU College of Dentistry’s Dr. Nicola Partridge Awarded $1.9 M to Further Osteoporosis Drug Research and Development