COVID-19 UPDATES • 1/21/2022
In partnership with the Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus, 200 medical and dietetics students participated earlier this month in a two-week intersession with a “Food as Medicine” focus.
UB alumnus Carlos Roberto Jaén, MD, PhD, has been named to the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force.
For Natalie Barnhard and her dream of opening a recovery center for people who have a spinal cord injury, all the right puzzle pieces fell into place at the right time.
Largest study of delta-8-THC consumers to date comes at a time when many states are restricting delta-8 and legalizing the more potent delta-9-THC, more commonly known as cannabis.
Erie County results show that mask compliance was highest in June, when the region’s COVID-19 rate was low.
School of Public Health and Health Professions is adding the new programs in an effort to meet student demand in these growing fields.
While recent recommendations have been to limit sun exposure to prevent skin cancer, there may also be a benefit to some sun exposure, especially exposure without sunburn, researchers say.
Using artificial intelligence, a team of UB researchers has developed a novel system that uses metabolic and cardiovascular biomarkers to model health status and disease risks across a patient’s lifespan.
Jeffrey Shaman explained how the weather — specifically absolute humidity — can affect our health at last month's Richard V. Dr. Lee, MD, Lectureship in Global Health.
Danielle Meyer shares her expertise on a range of Turkey Day topics, such as how to cut down on the calories and whether it’s OK to have seconds.