To study the effect of high outdoor temperatures on indoor air quality, the researchers recruited 24 seniors from 3 low-income housing sites in Elizabeth, NJ, to participate in a study that used consumer-grade sensors in their apartments to monitor airborne particulate matter (PM2.5) and air temperature.
With funding and support from the NJSPL and community partners, the Rutgers-Newark Office of University-Community Partnerships (OUCP) and the Advocates for Healthy Living Initiative (AHLI) surveyed older adults about their experiences and needs related to digital communications as part of the Senior Health Connect Digital Divide initiative.
A frank discussion on public health issues facing older citizens, from sexually transmitted diseases to COVID.
Although marriage decline is universal, African Americans show the steepest decline, which has important health implications.
by Cecille de Laurentis MPP/MCRP ’20 A panel of experts hosted by the Bloustein School, the Rutgers School of Social Work, and AARP on “Building Healthy Communities for All Ages in New Jersey” addressed the projected increase in population for older age groups...