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Ants genetically engineered to lack their “sense of smell” became unable to communicate, forage or compete to be a queen, as their antennae and brain circuits failed to fully develop, finds a new study by NYU researchers
Of the 67 papers reviewed, only 16 (23.9%) included any mention of the effects that hearing loss can have on health care interactions.
Over a fourth of the eighty samples tested positive for new psychoactive substances.
Improved understanding of the types of partnerships most likely to prevent HIV-related sex risk can inform expansion of correctional facility-based family-strengthening programs to reduce risk of HIV in inmates.
Four New York University faculty have been awarded fellowships from the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation.
New research by NYU's Dr. Jan Blustein finds the current Chinese cesarean rate is substantially lower than the WHO had reported, and comparable to the United States rate for the same year.
Social and political factors influence physician and nurse workforce supply world-wide; there is more to positive patient outcomes than organizational resources and infrastructure
Researchers from New York University show why fast-food menu calorie counts do not help consumers make healthy choices in a new study published in the Journal of Public Policy & Marketing.
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The National Institutes of Health (NIH) has awarded New York University nearly $15 million over the next two years to study how exposure to environmental factors influences children’s health.