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In 2014, approximately 3.7 percent of American adults used electronic cigarettes, according to a survey done by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
The vaping and electronic-cigarette industry has grown sizably over the years as it integrates into mainstream culture. In 2015, the industry brought in an estimate of $3.7 billion in revenue, according to a Forbes report. A study published in Research and Markets on the growing trend of e-cigarettes and vaping found that the industry could possibly bring in $27 billion by the year 2022, according to cspdailynews.com.
This Sunday, as thousands of football fans across the nation celebrate the highly anticipated Eagles versus Patriots face-off, police officers are on high alert to ensure the safety of New Brunswick residents.
There is a 41 percent increase in motor-vehicle collisions in the hours following the Super Bowl, according to the Global Road Safety Partnership.
Local community members and organizers gathered during an event hosted by the Rutgers Collaborative Center for Community-Based Research to discuss hunger relief and food insecurity on Wednesday.
Eduardo Perez, 33, a Elizabeth native, pleaded guilty on Monday to charges including second-degree vehicular homicide and driving while intoxicated in connection with the death of Rutgers–Newark graduate Mujahid Henry.
Pat Hobbs, director of Intercollegiate Athletics, spoke on the future of the Athletics Departments and its teams at the Rutgers University Student Assembly (RUSA) at its weekly meeting last night as it voted on new legislation.
As part of its new updated curriculum, the Rutgers New Jersey Medical School (NJMS) will require all of its students to receive training that qualifies them to prescribe a new medication to treat against opioid abuse disorder.
On Friday, the Center for Human Evolutionary Studies hosted a presentation on the sense of smell and how human smelling power compares to that of other animals.
Esder Chong, a Rutgers Business School sophomore at Rutgers—Newark, and Juan Lopez, a senior at Newark’s Science Park High School and apart of Rutgers Future Scholars Program — two Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) recipients — attended the State of the Union address in Washington, D.C.
An unprecedented presidency led a Rutgers political science professor to reconsider how he teaches fundamental aspects of his American Government course.
The United States unemployment rate is at 4.1 percent — an all time low, according to The U.S. Department of Labor.
Twenty U.S. public libraries received grants on Friday that provide resources to adult English-language learners in need of education and workforce training.
Created by more than 500 students and community partners in 17 states, the "States of Incarceration" exhibit found at the Mabel Smith Douglass Library explores mass incarceration in the United States.
On Monday, five banners advocating for an increase in University worker minimum wages were posted across campus.
In an email sent early yesterday, University President Robert L. Barchi directed students to an online tool for those interested in supporting the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program before its March deadline.
Gov. Phil Murphy (D-N.J.) assumed office two weeks ago, and yesterday his administration released information based on their transition meetings over the last few months.
Artistic parties from the New Brunswick-Highland Park area are teaming up to raise awareness for social justice issues in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s legacy.
The Rutgers softball team played its game Monday morning blind.
On Friday, through a 14-hour long interview process, The Daily Targum caucused in its 150th editorial board.