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Researchers probe connections of herpesviruses to Alzheimer's disease

Researchers probe connections of herpesviruses to Alzheimer's disease

July 21, 2022

Interview with Upstate virologist Eain Murphy, PhD


Research involving humans is overseen by a special board

Research involving humans is overseen by a special board

July 21, 2022

Interview with Michelle Saya, Upstate’s institutional review board administrator


Does long COVID lead to insomnia?

Does long COVID lead to insomnia?

July 15, 2022

Interview with neurologist Antonio Culebras, MD


How a checkpoint inhibitor helped arrest rectal cancer

How a checkpoint inhibitor helped arrest rectal cancer

July 8, 2022

Interview with Upstate oncologist Merima Ramovic, DO


'Schwartz rounds' at the hospital: a program to help the helpers

'Schwartz rounds' at the hospital: a program to help the helpers

July 8, 2022

Interview with Upstate chaplain Brigid Dunn


Understanding the revised benchmarks for child development

Understanding the revised benchmarks for child development

July 8, 2022

Interview with Upstate pediatrician Jenica O'Malley, DO


Suicide prevention hotline number becomes 988 across the U.S.

Suicide prevention hotline number becomes 988 across the U.S.

June 29, 2022

Interview with Cheryl Giarrusso of Contact Community Services in Syracuse


She had Lyme disease, then started a group to help educate about the tick-borne illness

She had Lyme disease, then started a group to help educate about the tick-borne illness

June 28, 2022

Interview with Anne Messenger of the Central New York Lyme & Tick-Borne Disease Alliance


What's behind the increased use of melatonin in children?

What's behind the increased use of melatonin in children?

June 28, 2022

Interview with toxicologist Vincent Calleo, MD, medical director of the Upstate New York Poison Center


Why kids younger than 5 should get COVID vaccinations

Why kids younger than 5 should get COVID vaccinations

June 24, 2022

Interview with Upstate pediatric infectious disease specialist Jana Shaw, MD


A dietitian tells how to make a nutritious batch of macaroni and cheese

A dietitian tells how to make a nutritious batch of macaroni and cheese

June 24, 2022

Interview with Upstate Cancer Center registered dietitian nutritionist Katie Krawczyk


  A dietitian tells how to make easy, crustless mini-quiches

A dietitian tells how to make easy, crustless mini-quiches

June 24, 2022

Interview with Upstate Cancer Center registered dietitian nutritionist Katie Krawczyk


 Traveling van brings mammography to women across a wide area

Traveling van brings mammography to women across a wide area

June 24, 2022

Interview with Wendy Hunt, program manager for Upstate's mobile mammography clinic


Easy, fun experiments to spark kids' interest in science

Easy, fun experiments to spark kids' interest in science

June 24, 2022

Interview with Deanna Clemmer, graduate student in microbiology/immunology


Summer safety reminders from the Clark Burn Center

Summer safety reminders from the Clark Burn Center

June 22, 2022

Interview with Tamara Roberts, burn program manager at the Clark Burn Center


A short explanation of DNA and its role

A short explanation of DNA and its role

June 17, 2022

Interview with research scientist Wenyi Feng, PhD


How genetics relates to childhood cancer

How genetics relates to childhood cancer

June 17, 2022

Interview with Upstate pediatric oncologist Gloria Kennedy, MD


 Some Medicare patients can receive hospital care at home through new program

Some Medicare patients can receive hospital care at home through new program

June 16, 2022

Interview with Diane Nanno, director of nursing for Upstate's Transitional Care Services


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