Now CEO of the fledgling Rwanda Stock Exchange, he explains how his life was saved.
Youfa Wang, MD, PhD and chair of epidemiology says that high blood pressure in children can follow them into adulthood.
UB professor of emergency medicine says putting your cell phone down when walking may save lives.
Talking about the link between alcohol and cancer may work as a deterrent.
The medications are deliverd straight to the tumor itself.
Computers achieved an 85 percent accuracy rate of determining who was faking pain.
The results of that election shed light on our 2014 mid-terms.
Herzberg says that pharmaceutical companies will say a drug is less addictive when introducing it to consumers.
Welte says that following the government's lottery rules would encourage careful, frugal people because of the work required to qualify.
The materials are from UB Library's Poetry Collection and quotes the curator of the poetry collection.
Giovino says it's a step forward but not a giant step.
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