Plants That Keep Bugs Away from Outdoor Living Spaces

Outdoor living spaces have become increasingly popular among homeowners, particularly over the past year. As social distancing guidelines issued in response to the COVID-19 pandemic encouraged people to stay home as much as possible, a desire for accessible, enjoyable outdoor spaces grew. A 2020 study of Google

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Pappardelle with Garden Vegetables

Ingredients: (Serves 3-4) Salted water 3          tablespoons olive oil 3          tablespoons shallots or white onion, minced 2          cloves garlic, minced ¼         teaspoon chili flakes 1          cup white wine 2          cups pappardelle noodles ¾         cup vegetable stock 3          tablespoons capers

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Movement of Joy: About the Cover Model

By Annette Pinder Naila Ansari is an Assistant Professor of theatre, dance, and Africana studies at Buffalo State College, Founder of Movement of Joy, and Director of Buffalo’s Ujima Theatre Company. “As a child, I had a passion for dance, and realized that it made people happy.

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Making Immunotherapy Work for More Cancer Patients at Roswell Park

Courtesy of Roswell Cancer Talk Blog Many people think immunotherapy is a recent treatment for cancer patients, but it actually dates back to 1891, when William Coley, a bone sarcoma surgeon at the first U.S. cancer hospital, injected streptococcal organisms into a patient with inoperable cancer. Dr.

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Koyaanisqatsi: A Life Out of Balance

by Karl Shallowhorn In 1983, film director Godfrey Reggio released the avant-garde art film, Koyaanisqatsi. The musical score was written by renowned American classical composer Philip Glass, and I was immediately drawn to it. The movie, a montage of images and scenes with no spoken words or

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Identifying Domestic Violence Victims Through Dentistry

Seeing a Dentist Involves More than Just Cleanings and Cavities by Annette Pinder A recent study conducted by University of Arizona College of Medicine published in the Journal Aggression, Maltreatment, and Trauma, revealed that about 75 percent of head and neck trauma associated with domestic violence occurs

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I’m Young. Do I Really Need to Get Vaccinated? COVID-19 vaccine – Ask the Expert

Younger people who fall between the ages of 18 and 34 might wonder, “What’s the point of getting vaccinated?” After all, most cases of COVID-19 in younger people are not severe. And, since the vaccines were created so quickly and long-term studies do not exist, are there

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How to Keep Kids Safe Until they can be Vaccinated

About 145 million or 43.6 percent of people in the United States are now fully vaccinated against the COVID-19 virus, and about 310 million have received at least one dose. Officials with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Food and Drug Administration say the

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