The American Medical Association has long warned that proactive measures should be taken to limit caloric intake, especially in the form of “sweetened carbonated beverages.” Nevertheless, consumption of sugary soft drinks is on the
What do the very young, the elderly, homeowners, businessowners, the living, and even the dead share? They have all fallen victim to scrap metal thieves. From vanishing gravemarkers, to sweltering daycares and exploding houses, this isn't the Wild West -- it's New Jersey.
The United States is a country rich in history and diverse in backgrounds as a result of the many different individuals who come to call America “home.” In addition to this unique culture within the United States, Americans crave an understanding of society outside its borders. To satisfy this desire for experiencing art and civilization, American museums feature exhibits with artwork and artifacts from around the world.
Editor’s Note: Last November the Health Law Society held a panel event on issues of importance in the 2012 election. Prof. Phillip Harvey spoke on unemployment and job creation. Prof. Michael Livingston discussed the differing tax policies of President Obama and Governor Romney. Prof. Sally Goldfarb considered the role that a President plays in steering the future of women’s reproductive rights. Prof.
On February 28, 2013, Rutgers took a key step towards change in recognition of a fundamentally altered legal field. At a meeting of the Rutgers Board of Governors, President Robert L.
A. Trying to Walk Before You Crawl
Autism Spectrum Disorder is a lifelong condition, and the lifetime costs associated with treating it are as high as $3.2 million for each individual. The high costs of treatment and educational services, along with the growing incident rate, are placing enormous burdens on service prov