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Light activity appears to reduce risk of stroke or heart failure by up to 22 percent, and the risk of heart attack or coronary death by as much as 42 percent.


Sponsored by UB’s Office of Interprofessional Education, Thursday’s event is a collaboration between several UB health-related entities.


Graduate programs across the University at Buffalo have been named among the nation’s best by U.S. News & World Report in its 2020 Best Graduate Schools rankings released Tuesday.


Thanks to the efforts of professor Kimberley Persons and alum David Merlo, students will be able to have a service-learning experience in Haiti.


The program held during winter break aims to better prepare students for a career in the field.


Six faculty members from a variety of disciplines try to persuade a student audience to make the ultimate decision: who is worth saving?


As UB epidemiology turns 100, Pauline Mendola and Enrique Schisterman talk about how their UB education led them to prominent positions in their profession.


Some 75 public health undergraduates made history last semester by authoring their own open-source textbook.


Study was inspired by recent reports of acute kidney injury among agricultural workers performing manual labor in hot outdoor environments in the U.S.


The two-day conference will invite representatives from mobile produce markets across the U.S. to Buffalo to network, attend training sessions and share their successes and failures.