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Goal is for patients to feel as if they'd never had the surgery

Goal is for patients to feel as if they'd never had the surgery

November 30, 2023

Interview with Zachary Telgheder, MD, Upstate orthopedic surgeon


Disease can differ greatly from patient to patient

Disease can differ greatly from patient to patient

November 29, 2023

Interview with Alex Hensel, MD on how Fibromyalgia does not have a cure, but treatments are available for the disease's complications.


Condition can lead to heart failure

Condition can lead to heart failure

November 29, 2023

Interview with Cynthia Taub, MD, Upstate cardiologist on cardiac amyloidosis - how it develops, and how its diagnosed and treated.


Program monitors patients, provides specialized care

Program monitors patients, provides specialized care

November 28, 2023

Interview with nurse practitioner Kristin Ramella and nurse Sarah Bobenhausen


Rapidly evolving technology lacks guidelines, rules or laws

Rapidly evolving technology lacks guidelines, rules or laws

November 27, 2023

Serife Tekin, PhD, explains some of the ethical concerns surrounding artificial intelligence as the technology rapidly advances.


Experts stress need to keep pot edibles, especially candies, locked up

Experts stress need to keep pot edibles, especially candies, locked up

November 27, 2023

Toxicologist Michael Hodgman, MD discusses the challenges arising from the increased frequency of Cannabis intoxication in children.


Guidelines take years of cigarette smoking into account

Guidelines take years of cigarette smoking into account

November 27, 2023

Surgeon Michael Archer, DO discusses why screening people who are high risk for lung cancer is improving the disease's survival rates.


Many patients eligible for speedy discharge after surgery

Many patients eligible for speedy discharge after surgery

November 27, 2023

Interview with Upstate nurses Lia Fischi and Pete Jaskula


The disorder can disrupt life in a household

The disorder can disrupt life in a household

November 20, 2023

Interview with Lubov Leontieva, MD, PhD, and Anureet Sekhon, MBBS


Ethical questions abound if humans are wired to machines

Ethical questions abound if humans are wired to machines

November 16, 2023

L. Syd Johnson, PhD, associate professor of bioethics and humanities discusses the ethical considerations of humans wired to machines.


Procedure is best considered as permanent, but reversal is possible

Procedure is best considered as permanent, but reversal is possible

November 16, 2023

Interview with Timothy Byler, MD, Upstate urologist - a vasectomy procedure is best considered as permanent, but reversal is possible.


Considerations include possible future removal

Considerations include possible future removal

November 14, 2023

Interview with Ramsay Farah, MD, Upstate dermatology chief


Exercise expert explains benefits of movement

Exercise expert explains benefits of movement

November 14, 2023

Interview with Carol Sames, PhD, Upstate exercise physiologist


How behavior is rewarded offers clues to solutions

How behavior is rewarded offers clues to solutions

November 13, 2023

Interview with Andy Craig, PhD explaining resistance to change and behavioral momentum theory, and how they apply to his young patients.


How diseases like Parkinson's and Alzheimer's are diagnosed, treated

How diseases like Parkinson's and Alzheimer's are diagnosed, treated

November 9, 2023

Interview with neurologist and researcher Tinatin Chabrashvili, MD, PhD


Bulges in brain arteries can sometimes be left alone

Bulges in brain arteries can sometimes be left alone

November 8, 2023

Interview with Aravind Reddy, MD, and Hesham Masoud, MD


Tough decisions await those with end-stage kidney disease

Tough decisions await those with end-stage kidney disease

November 8, 2023

Interview with Ayorinde Soipe, MD, a resident physician at Upstate


Research points to more convenient drug

Research points to more convenient drug

November 6, 2023

Interview with Audrey Bernstein, PhD, ophthalmology researcher and professor


 Journal looks at world through poetry, essays, artworks

Journal looks at world through poetry, essays, artworks

November 3, 2023

Interview with Deirdre Neilen, PhD, editor of The Healing Muse


Warming up, cooling down advisable, as in other racket sports

Warming up, cooling down advisable, as in other racket sports

October 30, 2023

Orthopedic surgeon Eric Bellinger, MD assistant professor of orthopedic surgery at Upstate discusses common pickleball injuries and how to avoid them.


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