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The UB-led study is believed to be the first to look at temperament traits as they relate to childhood obesity risks in infants whose mothers had gestational diabetes.
The UB study examined 190,000 patients over 15 years and found that acid reflux drugs increase the risk of kidney disease by 20 percent.
New research led by biologist Omer Gokcumen uncovers a complex story that hints at how adaptable — yet delicate — humans are as a species.
The UB-led study found that the refugee women have healthier pregnancies than women born in the U.S., despite receiving less prenatal care.
Though it’s easy to hear a singer hit a bad note, what’s contributing to that inaccuracy might actually be inaudible, according to the results of a new UB-led study.
Telephone-based counseling to recently discharged patients led to a more than 60 percent decline in 30-day hospital readmissions.
Light physical activity like folding clothes might be enough to significantly lower the risk of cardiovascular disease in older women, a new study has found.
UB engineer James Chen is laying the groundwork for quieter, more efficient and safer supersonic flight.
The new use guidelines on polymyxins were drawn up by an international panel that was co-led by UB pharmacy faculty member Brian Tsuji.
UB dental researchers have received an NIH grant to develop online intervention to improve oral health in dental patients.
Researchers are developing a device that delivers low-voltage to the joint replacement, creating an antibacterial environment that stops infections.
Online data can tell us a lot about the places where we live — if we can develop ways to analyze it, UB researchers say.