Advice from Poison Control Center During Pandemic

Advice from our Director of Public Education and Communications, Gail Banach, during the COVID-19 pandemic “This is not just a snow day… we might be in for a long haul. Times like these bring disruption to family schedules in addition to confinement. Unfortunately, we may be confined for

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Calling All Eligible Students: Accessible Academics

Calling all Eligible Students Accessible Academics May Be Just What You Need! By Anne Showers, Founder & CEO A new local non-profit agency is growing and enrolling new students for the fall 2020 semester. Accessible Academics provides transition support to students with disabilities who want to attend

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Technology Classes for Older Adults

People Inc. Hosting Technology Sessions for Older Adults “Ready, Set, Click and Learn” connects smiles and miles through technology Open to the Public! March 2, 2020: People Inc. is hosting “Ready, Set, Click and Learn,” a free, interactive five-week program that teaches people age 50 and older,

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Woman-Up Conference January 30!

Get Ready for the Woman-Up Conference on January 30! As the only conference in the country dedicated to advancing women through using neuroscience (hard science to advance performance) we are thrilled to announce our January 2020 event where our male counterparts are invited as well. The brain

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How Stress Weakens Immunity Against Cancer

Roswell Park Team Helps Explain How Chronic Stress Weakens Immunity Against Cancer Researchers identify new mechanism associated with aggressive growth in cancer tumors Team found chronic stress can increase MSDC cells, leading to tumor growth One of the first studies to explain the impacts of stress on

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The Buffalo Botanical Gardens’ Expansion Project

The Buffalo and Erie County Botanical Gardens Society, Inc. is currently completing the schematic design phase for a multi-million-dollar expansion that would add 40,000 square feet to the historic structure. This project will help the Botanical Gardens meet the needs of our community, spark surrounding development, generate

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