The U.S. housing market has remained surprisingly resilient during the coronavirus crisis, pushing home prices even higher and making renting the more attractive option in many markets.
A study by a leading FAU neuroscientist and collaborators on serotonin, a mood-regulating molecule in the brain that regulates many brain synapses, is helping to unravel a neurotransmitter puzzle.
FAU College of Engineering and Computer Science researchers illustrate why face shields alone don't work and how a face mask with a valve allows droplets to pass through the exhale valve unfiltered.
The health care industry's trend toward making care more consumer-driven and patient-centered by transferring risk and control to patients is actually placing more stress on those who work on the front lines.
A study of wetland birds shows city storks did better than their non-urban counterparts when natural marshes are in bad shape. Urban areas buffer a species from the unpredictability of natural food sources.
The next crop of health care professionals has a price when it comes to illegally releasing confidential medical information, according to researchers.
FAU Harbor Branch researchers conducted the first long-term, in-depth analysis of the elasmobranch community in the southern Indian River Lagoon, categorizing 630 individuals of 16 species.
In a commentary in "The American Journal of Medicine," researchers demonstrate the stark differences in public health strategies from two democratic republics: South Korea and the United States.
FAU researchers and collaborators have received a grant from the National Science Foundation to study populations in risky housing conditions in the midst of a pandemic and a very busy hurricane season.
Heather Lende will discuss her book, "Of Bears and Ballots: An Alaskan Adventure in Small-Town Politics" in this virtual event.