While an increasing amount of research is pointing to the role of climate change on long-term and intergenerational health, a significant proportion of the public remains unaware.
A new NSF grant awarded to UB is aimed at developing ways to improve preparedness for the next pandemic.
The nation’s oldest charitable organization dedicated to improving the lives of older Americans has chosen UB as its partner in an effort to better protect older adults from preventable medical errors.
Open to anyone who believes they have long COVID, the registry provides a forum to report symptoms, learn about treatments and opt into research studies.
More than 150 stakeholders gathered for the eighth annual WNY New American and Refugee Health Summit.
Graduate student Srikrithi Krishnan’s personal experiences inspired her introduction of the vice president before her remarks at UB.
This year's event will highlight the spirit of youth who arrived as refugees and the challenges they face in their new homes.
WHI’s contributions to cardiology are especially impressive, right up there with other well-known studies such as Framingham, and the Atherosclerosis Risk in Communities (ARIC).
Project will study the role follicle stimulating hormone plays during menopause and how it contributes to the development of postmenopausal obesity and breast cancer.
Project is a response to community members’ desire for more health and nutrition resources at store that was site of May 14 shooting.