Legionnaire’s disease, a waterborne bacterial infection that got its name after an outbreak at a large American Legion gathering in Philadelphia just over 40 years ago, had been near elimination across much of the world […]
The world is changing. More than 70 million people – 2.3 million more than in 2017 – are currently displaced as a result of conflict, violence, and other factors, according to a United Nations report […]
Statistics look encouraging at the start of a career in medicine. Roughly equal numbers of men and women graduate medical school; Drexel University College of Medicine graduated an equal number of men and women in […]
First-of-its-kind Research in U.S. Shows Benefits of Early Adoption Disclosure Adults who discovered they were adopted after the age of 3 – known as “late discovery adoptees” – suffer from greater emotional distress levels and […]
More than a year after Hurricane Maria struck Puerto Rico in September 2017, investigations continue into the impact of the devastating storm. The United States Commerce Department’s National Institute of Standards and Technology is assessing damage […]
Throughout Autism Awareness month, the Drexel News Blog has spoken with experts from, like James Connell, PhD, who are leading the autism research field.
Earlier this month, Delaware Senate President Pro Tempore David McBride introduced controversial legislation to keep his state in Daylight Saving Time by moving to the Atlantic Time Zone. Such a change faces an uphill battle, […]
During Autism Awareness month, the Drexel News Blog has spoken with leaders in the autism research field from the A.J. Drexel Autism Institute.
Drexel News Blog speaks with Nathaniel Snyder of the A.J. Drexel Autism Institute for the second in a series of conversations with autism experts throughout Autism Awareness month.
Over the month of April, the Drexel News Blog will speak with experts from the Autism Institute in these core areas to shed light on their projects and what it means for individuals with autism.