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Researchers said on Thursday that three naturally occurring antibacterial compounds hold promise for a new class of antibiotics, offering hope for fresh weapons against infection at a time when older drugs are losing their punch.
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By ASHLEY KINDERGAN, STAFF WRITER It's difficult to think of a way to add pounds faster than living the stereotypical college lifestyle. Juggling coursework, jobs and a social life leaves little time for exercising or even regular meals.
By JAMES M. O'NEILL, STAFF WRITER Rutgers University will plant 7,200 solar panels in a field early next month to create New Jersey's largest solar energy facility.
By BOB GROVES, STAFF WRITER New Jersey could be harmful to your hormones, say scientists launching a program to study social and environmental links to glandular disease.
By Greenberg, Michael R Gotsch, Audrey; Rhoads, George; Schneider, Dona Drawing from New Jersey's successful efforts and from other less successful efforts, we offer lessons learned for those who will consider a multiuniversity and multicampus program or school of public health.
By PATRICIA ALEX, STAFF WRITER A Clifton native and two high school students from Bergen County are among those who helped make this a record-breaking year for private fund raising at Rutgers University.
Researchers at Rutgers University and The University of Texas at Austin have reported a discovery that could help scientists develop drugs to fight the much-feared bird flu and other virulent strains of influenza.
By Venturella, Krysta As baby-boomers approach retirement age, there is a growing trend toward maintaining health and preventing illnesses, rather than treating diseases.
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