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Rutgers and RWJUH Welcome New Chief of Neonatology, NICU Director

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Dr. David F. Sorrentino’s new appointment as chief of the division of neonatology at Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School and director of the Level 3 Neonatal Intensive Care Unit for The Bristol-Myers Squibb Children’s Hospital at Robert...
8-Jun-2015 9:05 AM EDT

Rutgers Study Indicates that Comprehensive Stroke Centers Reduce Risk of Death in Hemorrhagic Stroke

Physicians at the Cardiovascular Institute of New Jersey at Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School conducted a study to determine if patients admitted to comprehensive stroke centers, as well as patients transferred to comprehensive stroke...
6-May-2015 4:00 PM EDT

Rutgers Medical Educator Elected to the Executive Board of the National Board of Medical Examiners

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Alfred F. Tallia, MD, MPH, professor and chair, Department of Family Medicine and Community Health at Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, has been elected to a two-year term as a member of the Executive Board of the National Board of Medical...
6-May-2015 7:00 AM EDT

Rutgers Faculty Leader Appointed to Board Overseeing USMLE

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Dr. Alfred F. Tallia, professor and chair of family medicine and community health at Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, will play a new role in influencing how physicians are licensed in the United States.
16-Apr-2015 9:05 AM EDT

Reduce the Risk of Coronary Heart Disease

During Heart Month, the Cardiovascular Institute of New Jersey at Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School is promoting the importance of controlling high blood pressure, also called hypertension, in order to reduce the risk of coronary heart...
29-Jan-2015 2:00 PM EST

It’s Not Your Fault! Easy-to-Read, New Book Gives Parents Proven Strategies to Successfully Toilet Train Children and Resolve Delays in Training

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In his new book, It’s not your fault!, Joseph Barone, MD, a pediatric urologist, debunks the myth that failed potty training is the fault of parents, or of a child, and provides practical, research-based approaches for toilet training, and for...
28-Jan-2015 1:00 PM EST

Hurricane Sandy Increased Incidence of Heart Attacks and Stroke in Hardest Hit New Jersey Counties

Researchers at the Cardiovascular Institute of New Jersey at Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School have found evidence that Hurricane Sandy, commonly referred to as a superstorm, had a significant effect on cardiovascular events, including...
8-Dec-2014 11:00 AM EST

Rutgers and RWJ to Host Event for Women Impacted by Pelvic Floor Disorders

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Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School and Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital will host an educational event Nov. 13 as part of a public awareness campaign to help women impacted by pelvic floor disorders (PFDs). Topics will include expert...
27-Oct-2014 11:50 AM EDT

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Enterovirus D68's Emergence in New Jersey

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Dr. Amisha Malhotra, a pediatric infectious disease expert at Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, explains the symptoms of enterovirus D68, why children are more susceptible and which children are at risk for developing more serious illness....
6-Oct-2014 10:00 AM EDT

Ebola: What Is It and Who Is at Risk?

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Born in Sierra Leone, Mafudia Suaray, a family physician at Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, is helping to raise awareness about the disease. She answers some of the common questions about this new international health crisis.
30-Sep-2014 6:00 PM EDT

New Jersey and National Rates of SIDS Reduced 50 Percent

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Two mothers share their experience with the SIDS Center of New Jersey following the loss of an infant. The SIDS Center of New Jersey's research and educational programs have contributed to the significant decrease in the rate of SIDS during the past...
29-Oct-2013 11:00 AM EDT

Wonder How Bad Your Allergies Will Be This Spring?

Allergist Says Spring Weather, More Than Record-Setting Winter Precipitation, Determines Symptom Severity. With record-setting snowfall and wet weather in the region this winter, one question comes to mind for many as spring approaches: how bad...
9-Mar-2010 4:40 PM EST

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