ASPPH Friday Letter

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The Friday Letter is the Association of Schools and Programs of Public Health's weekly e-newsletter featuring the latest research, opportunities and developments from CEPH-accredited schools and programs of public health.

Latest Articles about the University at Buffalo

2/14/19
It’s pretty common to see construction workers and other manual laborers stop into a store on lunch to grab a refreshing cold beverage on a hot day. And more often than not, the product they’re reaching for is a soft drink. That could be putting them at risk for kidney disease, according to the results of a new University at Buffalo study. The study suggests that drinking sugary, caffeinated soft drinks while exercising in hot weather may increase the risk of kidney disease. The study was published ahead of print in the American Journal of Physiology—Regulatory, Integrative and Comparative Physiology.
2/14/19
The University at Buffalo will host the nation’s first-ever mobile produce market summit on March 5-6. 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. Participants also will hear how the findings of a federally funded “veggie van” project being led by UB researchers can help set them up for success, whether they’re an established mobile market or just getting started.
2/1/19
A University at Buffalo student is receiving a prestigious award from the Society for Behavioral Medicine (SBM).
1/25/19
The University at Buffalo was recently awarded funds through the Incarceration and Public Health Action Network (IPHAN) at Columbia University’s Mailman School of Public Health.
1/18/19
University at Buffalo faculty member Dr. Gregory Fabiano, professor of counseling, school and educational psychology, and associate dean for interdisciplinary research in the Graduate School of Education is continuing his nationally recognized work with ADHD children with a new study that will test how best to meet the special education goals of these children.
1/11/19
Access to and use of health information are critical to personal and public health outcomes. Better health information access and use help individuals improve knowledge, increase use of health services, reduce health care costs, adopt healthier behavioral patterns, and therefore promote health. But not everyone has the same access to this information.
1/4/19
A team of UB students and faculty members was among the five finalists that competed in New York State’s Aging Innovation Challenge on November 29 at the SUNY Global Center in New York City. The UB team presented mRehab, an innovative, portable, home rehabilitation system that uses 3D printing and smartphone technology. The team of faculty and undergraduate and graduate students designed the system for people who’ve lost upper limb motor function after stroke. Impairments following stroke make it one of the leading causes of disability, and many individuals with stroke don’t regain complete function of their upper limb upon being discharged from clinical services, the team explains on its project website.

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