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Proposed Cut at University Hospital

NJ.com - University Hospital might be facing a proposal cut, causing fewer beds for inpatients, specifically children. In this article, Dean Robert Johnson and Rutgers NJMS faculty discuss more on the topic.

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Lax Government Oversight Fuels Opioid Crisis

The Daily Independent - With no strict guidelines, the number of overdoses in the opioid epidemic is on the rise. Dr. Lewis Nelson, Rutgers NJMS, lends his expertise on the subject in this interview.

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Colds vs. Allergies

NJ.com - Spring has arrived and it has brought us flowers along with pollen season. Dr. David Cennimo from Rutgers NJMS distinguishes the differences between allergies and cold symptoms.

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Narcan, the ‘Miracle Drug’

WGXA - While some may agree that Narcan helps reverse the the effects of an overdose, others debate that the drug is doing more harm than good. Dr. Lewis Nelson from Rutgers NJMS discusses on the research and results of the drug.