COVID-19 UPDATES • 11/20/2021
What to know about counting calories on Thanksgiving, why in-bird stuffing is a big no-no, and why it’s OK to have seconds.
Faculty in athletic training, rehabilitation science, and epidemiology and environmental health fields recognized with awards and council appointments.
Jessica O'Neill, PhD, has been placed with the U.S. Agency for International Development’s Bureau of Humanitarian Assistance in Washington, D.C.
The game teaches first-year health professions students the importance of collaboration.
Dean Seneca’s course aims to show how the injustices faced by American Indian and Alaska Native people created many of today’s health disparities.
Three SPHHP students have been acknowledged in distinct ways for exceptional work and commitment to their discipline.
Overlap of age at diagnosis of breast cancer and age with high consumption of caffeine, and inconsistent findings from previous studies, motivated researchers to study whether caffeine could affect breast cancer risk.
The SUNY Distinguished Professor and noted scholar on tobacco use plans to lecture and teach an occasional class.
First-degree relatives 6 times more likely to be diagnosed with colon cancer before age 50, while second-degree relatives are 3 times more likely and third-degree relatives 1.56 times more likely.
Herbs, sunflowers and the “three sisters” rise in a garden that was the brainchild of SPHHP faculty and staff.