It is not unusual for an incoming administration to take immediate steps to dismantle its predecessor’s policies. Steps to rescind economic and public support for issues that were once the driving force of the former […]
If you’re frequently trying to make sense of the number of local and national COVID-19 cases and deaths from the CDC’s tracker or other places, but are unsure what it all means, you’re not alone.
Three recent papers from researchers in Drexel University’s Dornsife School of Public Health, discuss continued inequalities and growing challenges faced by many immigrants in the U.S. They also offer opportunities for a creative refocus of present efforts to help close these gaps.
As the nation’s political divide continues to widen, companies that have traditionally confined themselves to neutral positions are becoming increasingly outspoken. In many cases these companies are taking political stands for or against elected officials […]
Drexel Food Lab shares recipes and tips for locally sourced produce with new partner South Philly Food Co-op.
As the world continues to grapple with the ongoing pandemic, Drexel University’s College of Medicine and Dornsife School of Public Health experts sorted out what the research community has learned thus far and what questions […]
Six and a half million Americans suffer with chronic wounds each year, with $25 billion spent annually to treat them. That number is expected to rise, as chronic wound risk increases with age. One in […]
Did you know that under federal law, employers can discriminate against Black employees who don natural hairstyles except when they wear afros? According to Kline School of Law professor Wendy Greene, JD, LLM, an expert […]
Jonathan Deutsch, PhD, a professor in the Department of Food and Hospitality Management in the College of Nursing and Health Professions, and Rachel Sherman, project coordinator of the Food Lab – the College’s culinary innovation lab, shared their ideas for upcycling decorative Halloween pumpkins.
Scientists understood in 2015 that putting physical pressure on cells – by crowding – causes stationary cells to start moving. We now know it is the cell nucleus, which triggers this “evasion reflex,” and it […]