EMTs experience tense encounters when dealing with dying
patients and their families, according to research from UB's
UB held its first meeting of the Buffalo Jamaica Innovation
Enterprise, which will explore ways to share research and clinical
findings to help both countries.
Suburbanization and neighborhood opportunities are embedded in
the fantasy that black people can move to freedom, says UB's Henry
Co-curated by UB's Jonathan Katz, this article looks at Art AIDS
America, the first comprehensive survey of 30 years of art produced
in response to the AIDS epidemic in the U.S.
Different than family, problem friends can ruin a romantic
relationship. Two UB studies look at how jealously can play a
"There are more doctors out there prescribing heavy doses of
narcotics than there are out there trying to help people get off of
them," says UB's Richard Blondell on the shortage of doctors
trained to treat addiction.
The Confederate flag's days as a public symbol – a flag or
a state emblem – are coming to an end, says UB's Carole
Though it is called honor block, life is anything but easy for
inmates there, says UB's Teresa Miller, but it is still a vital
management tool in prisons.
UB's David Herzberg discusses the history of Quaaludes, the drug
Bill Cosby admitted giving to women.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo notes that SUNY served as a model for the
reforms made to the legislation to combat the rise in sexual
assault on college and university campuses.
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