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It is common for owners to feed their dogs food that they happen to be eating themselves. But some foods, like chocolate, can be particularly dangerous for your companion.Chocolate contains the chemical theobromine, which is similar in structure to caffeine and a central nervous system stimulant, according to the Milliken Animal Clinic. The darker the chocolate, the more theobromine chemical it contains. While the human body contains the enzyme required to break down theobromine, dogs do not have the same enzyme, according to the site. An influx of theobromine can cause excessive stimulation of the nervous and cardiovascular systems in dogs.
Students can meet and debate the ethics of research and other scientific topics with the Bioethics Society of Rutgers University, a discussion-based student organization on campus.Alex Lin and Suraj Shukla, both School of Arts and Sciences seniors, are co-presidents of the Bioethics Society, which opens up conversations about bioethical topics.“Our organization is about creating an open forum where students can come together and discuss current controversial issues in health and medicine,” Lin said.
The country is waiting to see how President-elect Donald J. Trump will tackle a number of issues.
As temperatures drop, people begin to adjust their wardrobes to stay warm.
Biologists and scientists worldwide have asserted that evolution has shaped what we look like and who we are as human beings today.
Coffee is not only trendy on Instagram, it is being increasingly consumed by millennials, who are increasing its price and demand to historic records.
This weekend, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them gathered up $75 million in ticket sales in theaters. Many of those viewers were probably enjoying a bucket of popcorn while watching the magic unfold on their screens.
Plants and animals have been domesticated for thousands of years, becoming an integral part of society over this time.
Drivers heading down the Garden State Parkway are familiar with the lines found near toll booths, but the white-and-purple E-ZPass signs are becoming increasingly prevalent, helping to reduce lines and streamline payments.
On Sunday, Nov. 6, daylight saving time took place.
Arturo Villegas does not have a set daily schedule or tons of money in his pockets at all times, but the recent Rutgers graduate is passionate about the work he does day in and day out.
On Oct. 27, an airplane carrying Republican Vice Presidential nominee Gov. Mike Pence (R-Ind.) skidded off a runway at LaGuardia Airport.The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) determined it was caused by an instrumental error.
A large chunk of the human population has the ability to grow beards, but many people want to ensure that their facial hair is thick and luxurious.
In the coming weeks, a team of four will officially launch Jabbr, a real-time, event-based mobile app that locates the hottest spot on campus and gives users an exclusive peek inside.The team includes two Rutgers alumni and one current student.
"Natural flavors" are the fourth most common ingredient listed on food labels, only after salt, water and sugar, according to the Environmental Working Group (EWG) website.
More than 1.2 million people in the United States are infected with human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), according to the Centers for Disease Control.
About 140 people in the United States die from a traumatic brain injury (TBI) every day.
Groundbreaking research requires a strong support network to provide clear and applicable results.
Last month, Starbucks reintroduced their most popular seasonal drink — the pumpkin spice latte.