UB School of Social Work Creates Resource to Support Instructors During the Pandemic

Faculty and staff members in the University at Buffalo School of Social Work have created an online resource to guide instructors, across disciplines and across different colleges and universities, who are transitioning their classrooms from a traditional seated environment to remote learning. The resource proceeds with the

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National Health Center Awareness Week

The theme for this year’s awareness campaign is: “Community Health Centers: Lighting the Way for Healthier Communities Today and in the Future”! Given all the World, our country, our very own community has endured these last several months, Community Healthcare Centers have stepped up to the plate. 

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Elderwood COVID-19 Unit Successfully Fights Virus

Elderwood COVID-19 Unit Succeeds in Fighting the Virus Dedicated post-acute unit proves valuable in efforts to keep seniors safe BUFFALO, NY – Having successfully and safely assisted in easing the COVID-19 burden on the area’s hospital systems, Elderwood at Amherst recently discharged its last COVID-19 patient from

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Keeping You Up to Date on COVID-19 Coronavirus: Questions, Answers, Resources

UPDATE: August 4 CASES UPDATE ERIE & NIAGARA COUNTY: There are 8,626 total positive lab-confirmed COVID-19 cases in Erie County residents and 669 deaths. Niagara County has 1,457 cases to date and 98 deaths. Listen to an interview with Dr. Gale Burstein on Millennium Health Matters Radio. The

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Blood Clots, Strokes, and COVID

Medical Experts are Trying to Understand the Connection By Annette Pinder An interesting phenomenon is occurring that medical experts are trying to understand. Typically considered a lung infection, SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, is having an effect on the lining of blood vessels throughout the body,

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When Can We Expect a COVID-19 Vaccine?

by Kenneth V. Snyder, MD, PhD We should all feel encouraged to know that researchers worldwide are working around the clock to develop a vaccine that will protect us from SARS-CoV-2, the virus causing the COVID-19 pandemic. According to the online resource, Regulatory Focus, 32 vaccines are

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HOPE BUFFALO GRANTED OVER $4.3 MILLION

 HOPE Buffalo, a project of CAI, has been awarded a three year grant totaling $4,365,000 from The Office of Population Affairs (OPA) through its “Optimally Changing the Map for Teen Pregnancy Prevention (Tier 1)” funding opportunity to support teen pregnancy prevention in the City of Buffalo.    

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Oh the Places We’ll Go!

By Shannon Traphagen The weather is getting warmer, businesses across the US are reopening, and many people who have stayed home for more than two months are anxious to resume some of their routines. And as summer is finally felt here in WNY, many are getting the

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