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Outcomes for Blood and Marrow Transplant at Roswell

Roswell Park’s Outcomes for Blood and Marrow Transplant Among the Nation’s HighestData reported by international research organization place RPCI among top 9 percent of BMT centers in U.S. BUFFALO, NY — Outcomes for patients treated through the Blood and Marrow Transplant Program at Roswell Park Cancer Institute (RPCI) are among the highest in the nation. For the second consecu... »

The Benefits of Alternative Therapy for Mental Health

  One Buffalo Facility Is Leading the Way by Annette Pinder Our bodies respond to how we think, feel and act. Called, “The Mind/Body Connection,” being stressed, anxious or upset affect us mentally and physically. For example, a headache or stomach ulcer might develop after a particularly stressful event. In 1992 the National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine (NCCAM), at the N... »

SUNY Buffalo Study: Constant Stress Linked to Memory Loss

STUDY BY SUNY BUFFALO RESEARCHERS REVEALS WHY CHRONIC STRESS IMPAIRS MEMORY AND MAY TRIGGER MENTAL ILLNESS hronic stress has a more powerful effect on the brain during adolescence than in adulthood and now there’s proof at the molecular level, according to findings published in Neuron by University at Buffalo researchers. “We have identified a causal link between molecules and behavior... »

Groundbreaking Heart Procedure Makes Buffalo General Medical Center #1

by Annette Pinder Something that never happened before in Western New York took place in January. Janice Savey of Olean and Robert Cecchini of Tonawanda, who suffered from severe untreatable aortic stenosis, underwent a new type of surgery, and they believe the outcome is nothing short of a miracle. That’s because a new ground-breaking procedure called transcatheter aortic-valve replacement (TAVR)... »

How Music Changes Our Brains

Science is becoming increasingly interested in the relationship between sound and the brain. An expert explainsby Thomas Rogers, Salon.com Music has never been more accessible. Just a decade ago, we were lugging around clunky portable CD players that weighed as much as a hardcover book and would skip whenever we made any sudden movement. Now our entire record collection (and thanks to new companie... »

New Hope for MS Patients in Buffalo

By Annette Pinder Multiple sclerosis (MS) is an autoimmune disease in which the body’s immune system attacks the central nervous system (brain and spinal cord). As a result, the protective myelin coating (sheath) on nerve cells which functions much like insulation on an electrical wire, becomes damaged, and signals from the nerves can become slow or blocked. Characteristic lesions called “multiple... »

Can Dandelion Tea Cure Cancer?

Dandelion tea touted as possible cancer killer Trials planned at Windsor Regional Cancer Centre in Ontario CBC News  Posted: Feb 16, 2012 1:08 PM ET  Last Updated: Feb 16, 2012 2:16 PM ET  Read 66comments66 Researchers hope to test dandelion tea on patients at a Windsor, Ont., cancer clinic after it was found the roots killed cancer cells in the lab. (Pat Jeflyn/CBC) Facebook 356 Tw... »

RIA Reaching Others With Energy Drink Research

Expert Advice from RIA Researchers ATHLETES: Energy drinks before or during games or practices? Probably not a good idea. Though often confused, energy drinks are not sports drinks. Where Gatorade or Powerade are designed to provide hydration and replace electrolytes, caffeine actually contributes to dehydration. Adults and especially children may experience headaches, heart palpitations, hyperten... »

RIA Reaching Others with Research on Drinking and Drugs in the Workplace/Workforce

A seminal study at UB’s Research Institute on Addictions (RIA) reported that during the course of the year “15% of the U.S. workforce has used or been under the influence of alcohol at work.” This prevalence study of workforce-workplace substance use included data obtained from interviews with 2,800 employed adults, ages 18-65, who resided in the contiguous U.S. and District of Columbia between 20... »

Gray Got You Blue?

by Dr. Kathleen Moore Do you find yourself feeling more tired, sluggish, and irritable as the days grow shorter? Are you sleeping more, eating more, craving sweets and other carbohydrates, perhaps gaining weight? Is it harder to get out of bed each morning?  If you find that these symptoms occur regularly each winter, starting sometime between September and November, and then completely disap... »

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