Consumer confidence among U.S. Hispanics remained mostly stable in the third quarter, despite the supply-chain crisis, increased labor movement activities, and other economic turmoil.
FAU researchers are the first to conduct a nationally representative study of neighborhood open spaces and neighborhood-based walking in older adults in the United States.
An analytical study examined levels of vaccine efficacy and mitigation strategies including testing and quarantine in 5,000 fully-vaccinated simulated undergraduate students.
Researchers are developing a novel, ground-penetrating radar prototype mounted on a small, unoccupied aircraft system to detect areas of increased greenhouse gases emissions in Florida's Everglades.
Using a novel mathematical framework, a first-of-its-kind FAU study reveals the effects of social distancing on infectious diseases such as COVID-19 and the role of the economy.
FAU researchers have found that green sea turtles in the heavily polluted Indian River Lagoon have compromised immune function, which makes them more vulnerable to tumors.
Carmen Varela, Ph.D., is developing non-invasive methods to monitor sleep quality and brain health aimed at advancing new approaches to prevent Alzheimer's disease.
Florida communities struggling with health and social challenges before the COVID-19 pandemic bear disproportionate risk of infection and death, according to a new study.
A nursing study is the first to examine current breastfeeding status in association with postpartum depression risk in a dataset of 29,685 American women, revealing the significant benefits of breastfeeding.
FAU Schmidt College of Medicine researchers explored the sedative used by EMS for 'excited delirium,' a form of aggressive behavior, and the effects of illicit substances on ensuing hospital intubations.