Dec 5, 2022
Younger adults who take preemptive steps to respond to stress are better able to avoid negative health outcomes.
Nov 29, 2022
Fluralaner and ivermectin, used widely against pests like fleas and ticks, show varying levels of success in tests conducted on resurgent bed bugs.
Nov 11, 2022
Wastewater and syndromic surveillance monitoring are useful complements to lab-confirmed case surveillance during a pandemic.
Nov 1, 2022
The work was done in an animal model, but has broader applications for research into the genetics of aging.
Oct 24, 2022
Exposure in utero to a common flame retardant altered brain development in newborn rats.
Oct 12, 2022
The tools use publicly available data to identify businesses that are most likely to be violating human trafficking laws.
Oct 10, 2022
A new collaboration between NC State and the Technical University of Denmark aims to uncover new biology-based methods for CO2 management and sustainable fertilizer production.
Oct 5, 2022
October is pumpkin season, which raises questions about food safety for everything from pumpkin pie to pumpkin seeds.
Sep 29, 2022
The study finds law enforcement is not uniformly recognizing legal protections for people who make use of harm reduction programs.
Sep 26, 2022
The new academy will engage faculty, staff and students in improving the health of animals, plants, biodiversity, humans and society in North Carolina and beyond.
Sep 20, 2022
From polio to scarlet fever, the world is seeing an increase in public health challenges. Why?
Sep 14, 2022
How did politics get its bad rap? Why does that matter? And what can we do about it?
Sep 13, 2022
While Black and low-income communities also benefit, they still face higher levels of air pollution.
Sep 12, 2022
Of four sanitizers studied, three had little effect on human norovirus.
Sep 7, 2022
How could (and should) we reduce the number of harmful microbes while encouraging beneficial ones?