Contest — Celebrate Life After 60!

Nominate an Inspirational Person Between Ages 60 and 69 by August 31 to be Featured on the Buffalo 60 Strong Calendar! You, or someone you know, could be featured in the 2021 Buffalo 60 Strong calendar, an exclusive calendar showcasing inspirational “60 somethings” and highlighting Buffalo events and

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Four Dental Resident Doctors Join Shatkin Dental Health

Residency Program to serve the residents of W.N.Y. Thomas Spulecki, Jr., DDS, Graduate of NYU College of Dentistry; Carmin Gonzalez, DDS, Graduate of The Touro College of Dental Medicine; Allan McQuarrie, DMD, Graduate of Tufts University School of Dental Medicine; and Elizabeth Ahono Gildersleeve, DDS, Graduate of The

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An Option for a Raw and Sprouted Overnight Breakfast Coming Soon!

Foodnerd, a company dedicated to creating easily accessible, digestible, and understandable superfoods, announces the launch of its OverNights, the first ever raw and sprouted overnight breakfast meal available to consumers. The grab-and-go style pop-up bowl is available in multiple flavors and two bases, resulting in a high-impact

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Blood Clots, Strokes, and COVID

Medical Experts are Trying to Understand the Connection By Annette Pinder An interesting phenomenon is occurring that medical experts are trying to understand. Typically considered a lung infection, SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, is having an effect on the lining of blood vessels throughout the body,

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Increase in Deaths Due to Suspected Cocaine and Opioid Overdoses

By July 2020, suspected and confirmed opioid-related deaths exceeded 2019 total confirmed deaths The Erie County Opiate Epidemic Task Force and invited officials provided an update on opioid-related overdose deaths in Erie County on Tuesday, July 28, along with a warning for the public on the deadly

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When Can We Expect a COVID-19 Vaccine?

by Kenneth V. Snyder, MD, PhD We should all feel encouraged to know that researchers worldwide are working around the clock to develop a vaccine that will protect us from SARS-CoV-2, the virus causing the COVID-19 pandemic. According to the online resource, Regulatory Focus, 32 vaccines are

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Clarity on light therapy terminology needed to improve regulations, access to new treatments

Light therapy is gaining mainstream acceptance in health care, but government and insurance regulations of the treatment continue to lag behind, says University at Buffalo light therapy expert Praveen Arany. Policies and credentialing are particularly vague for photobiomodulation therapy, a form of low-dose light therapy that has

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