Nursing: A Profession in Transition

The Demand for Nurses Continues to Rise The healthcare industry is changing rapidly, and nurses, the largest group of healthcare professionals in the nation, are at the forefront of these changes. Despite the difficult economic conditions of recent years, the nursing profession has thrived, particularly when compared

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Amazing Local Research Discoveries Making World Headlines

by Annette Pinder If anyone has any doubt about research and discoveries taking place in Buffalo at UB, and through our ever-expanding biomedical corridor, consider what we have learned in the past year. The family housing Ebola is much older than we originally thought, according to a

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Avoiding Headache and Migraine Triggers

By Osman Farooq, MD and Thomas J. Langan, MD Headaches are unfortunately a very common problem. Roughly 30 million Americans suffer from chronic headaches or migraines. Children and adolescents can suffer from the same types of headaches and migraines adults do. It is common for headaches to

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Breast Cancer Genes, African-American and European Women

Analysis of Key Breast Cancer Genes Reveals Distinct Profiles for African-American, European-American Women Examination of Women’s Circle of Health Study data strengthens evidence that folate can reduce breast cancer risk. THURSDAY, JANUARY 29, 2015 BUFFALO, N.Y. — Researchers have uncovered new information that may begin to explain

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New DENT Dizziness and Balance Center Brings Hope, World Class Diagnostics and Treatment

by Annette Pinder Have you ever felt dizzy or lightheaded? Lost your balance? Experienced vertigo (a feeling of spinning)?  One in 3 people will have dizziness or balance dysfunction during their life time. They are the number 1 complaint of patients over age 70 and number 3

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