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COVID-19 Information • Updated 3/28/2020
UB psychiatry resident Erik Radick says pro athletes with CTE are shown to be more likely to take their own lives.
With social distancing bringing more work teams online, management professors Kate Bezrukova and Timothy Maynes offer some tips for leading remote work teams.
Manoj Mammen is among clinicians from around the world who took part in the accelerated effort to develop guidelines to treat critically ill patients.
The study by nursing researchers found “significant association” between alcohol or marijuana use and insufficient sleep in high school students.
But UB marine biologist Howard Lasker says one species can't simply replace another.
New research targets high-frequency noises that may damage health — even if you can’t hear them.
The Heartline Study will explore whether iPhones and Apple Watches can detect AFib — a major cause of stroke — earlier, leading to improved health outcomes.
UB medical residents at a safety net clinic dramatically reduced inappropriate prescriptions for proton pump inhibitors from 80% to 30%.
Narrative affects the perception of the person who is delivering the message, according to research by UB communication professor Melanie Green.
At Saturday sessions at the Canalside museum, UB students will use playful experiments to share child development knowledge with parents.
UB researchers have published the first study comparing brain changes in patients who have MS or other neurological diseases, including Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s.
A meeting at UB aims to create a set of definitions to allow computer programs to communicate across different operating and software systems.