Health Archive

Md. Aynul Bari, University at Albany – Air Pollution in the Home

Is there air pollution in your home? Md. Aynul Bari, assistant professor in the department of

Gabriel Neal, Texas A&M University – Paper Cuts

Why do paper cuts hurt so much? Gabe Neal, clinical assistant professor at Texas A&M University,

Tolga Soyata, University at Albany – Improving Brain-Computer Interfaces

On University at Albany Week: Communication is always key. Tolga Soyata, associate professor in the department

Wendy Turner, University at Albany – Understanding Why Anthrax Outbreaks Occur

On University at Albany Week: Why are some anthrax outbreaks worse than others? Wendy Turner, assistant

Rocco Porreca, Newbury College – Future of Football

The NFL’s profits may be booming, but a reduction in youth players is also looming. Rocco

Alison Bryant Ludden, College of the Holy Cross – Teens and Caffeine

Is caffeine bad for teens? Alison Bryant Ludden, associate professor of psychology at the College of

John Loike, Touro College – Xenotransplantation

Animals may help us bridge the organ donation gap. John Loike, professor of biology at Touro

Sheila Molony, Quinnipiac University – Improving the Lives of People with Dementia

The feeling of home is critical to patients transitioning to an assisted living facility. Sheila Molony,

Suman Seth, Cornell University – Seasoning Sickness

Are you seasoned? Suman Seth, professor in the department of science & technology studies at Cornell

Richard Cleveland, Georgia Southern University – Law Enforcement in Stressful Situations

Stress can make a law enforcement officer’s brain function worse at precisely the wrong moments. Richard