Growing List of Diseases Linked to Physical Activity

By Annette Pinder Do you lead a sedentary lifestyle? Beware, while evidence widely suggests that lack of exercise can cause a wide variety of diseases, lack of physical activity was never recognized as a risk factor for cancer — until now. According to Kirsten Moysich, PhD, MS,

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FASHION OUTLETS OF NIAGARA FALLS USA TO HOST FREE WINTER WELLNESS WALK AND HEALTH FAIR

Event taking place this Saturday, March 3, benefits the Buffalo Niagara American Heart Association- WHAT:         Fashion Outlets of Niagara Falls, USA will host One Heart, One Mile, a free, indoor winter wellness walk and health fair benefitting the Buffalo Niagara American Heart Association (AHA). Walkers will follow

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Little red hats to be given to hundreds of newborns

The Buffalo Niagara American Heart Association/American Stroke Association (AHA/ASA) and Catholic Health are teaming up for Congenital Heart Disease Awareness Week, February 7-14. The two groups will host a press conference and photo opportunity on February 13th from 1:30 – 2:00 p.m. at Sisters of Charity Hospital,

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HOPE Buffalo Partners with Buffalo Public Schools

The Buffalo Public Schools (BPS) Office of Teen Pregnancy Prevention and Parenting (T3P) has embarked on a mission to reduce teenage pregnancy and improve academic and social outcomes for parenting students and their children by the end of 2020. This New Education Bargain at BPS has been

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Add convenience to your holiday food planning!

With a history spanning more than 70 years, Federal Meats has made it a tradition to provide exceptional quality, great customer service and terrific holiday specials! At our 10 locations, you will find what you are looking for to help you prepare your holiday feast. Whole Beef

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Take Time to Get a Flu Vaccination!

ERIE COUNTY, NY— No, it’s not too late. In addition to holidays and sweater weather, winter brings with it the flu season. This year, experts are warning that flu season may be particularly severe. The Western New York flu incidence remains low, but is expected to rise

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High Blood Pressure Redefined for the First Time in 14 Years

High blood pressure should be treated earlier with lifestyle changes and in some patients with medication – at 130/80 mm Hg rather than 140/90 – according to the first comprehensive new high blood pressure guidelines in more than a decade. The guidelines are being published by the

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Trocaire College Launches Brewing, Distilling, and Fermentation Science Program

Trocaire College Launches Brewing, Distilling, and Fermentation Science Program

Trocaire College is pleased to announce its new Brewing, Distilling and Fermentation Science program, officially launching its first course on Sept. 20 under the Workforce Development arm of the college. The five-course program provides the knowledge and hands-on experience needed to enter into the ever-expanding and exciting

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The University at Buffalo Helps Create Conversation Around Social Innovation

By Shannon Traphagen Many of us have gone through an experience in our working lives when we realize that we’d like to do more to help create social change, have impact in our community, or just help those around us. The University at Buffalo’s (UB) School of

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A Heavenly Experience!

by Shannon Traphagen Imagine being transported to Polynesia in the time it takes to get to The Spa at Seneca Niagara Resort and Casino or the Spa at Seneca Allegany Resort and Casino, and depending upon where you are coming from in Western New York, it won’t

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