‘Study Drugs’ And College Students: Monthly Patterns In Stimulant Initiation

by Rachel N. Lipari, Ph.D., and Rachel Rush, M.A. (NAPSI)-A myth on many college campuses is that “study drugs” help students succeed in preparing for and taking exams. Study drugs are typically prescription stimulants that people take to lose weight, to stay awake or to combat attention

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Study Reveals Generational Gap on Cessation Among Poor Rural Smokers in Northern Appalachia 

Qualitative Roswell Park Cancer Institute analysis evaluates attitudes toward stopping smoking BUFFALO, N.Y. — Significant differences in attitudes toward smoking cessation are reported between two generations of smokers in Northern Appalachia in new research from Roswell Park Cancer Institute (RPCI). The qualitative study about beliefs, attitudes and

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Healthy Aging in a Changing World

by Shannon Traphagen Transitioning into retirement means different things to different people. But the fact of the matter is – it’s an unknown and scary transition for all of us. As people live and remain active longer, a pertinent question arises—what does independence look like in retirement?

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Food Tech Careers Made in NYS With Delicious Benefits

Interested in a Fall Scholarship at GCC for One of the Region’s Hottest New Career Opportunities? by Annette Pinder When Genesee Community College (GCC) surveyed local employers as to the skills required to fulfill their job openings, an overwhelming number talked about food processing technology. It prompted

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