Health Archive

Ken McLeod, Binghamton University – Stay Warm to Stay Healthy

On Binghamton University Week: Going back to the office can be challenging. Ken McLeod, Professor of

Wille Eggleston, Binghamton University – Reducing Opioid Overdose Deaths

On Binghamton University Week: We already have the tools to fight the opioid crisis. Wille Eggleston,

Guy German, Binghamton University – What UV is What You Get: Understanding How The Sun Damages Your Skin

On Binghamton University Week: A dose of Vitamin D sounds great after spending so much time

Khalil Ramadi, NYU Abu Dhabi – Zapping the Gut

A new option for treatment could be on the way for your hospital stay. Khalil Ramadi,

Dana Ferraris, McDaniel College – Discovering Anti-Viral Drugs to Treat COVID-19

The COVID-19 pandemic is offering a great teaching opportunity for faculty. Dana Ferraris, associate professor of

Ann Duncan, Goucher College – Sacred Pregnancy in the Age of the β€œNones”

Do non-religious people have no spirituality? Ann Duncan, associate professor of American studies at religion at

Amir Barati Farimani, Carnegie Mellon University – Outsmarting a Virus

On Carnegie Mellon University Week: Getting ahead of a virus is critical. Amir Barati Farimani, assistant

Catherine Bondonno, Edith Cowan University – Leafy Greens and Heart Disease

Eat your leafy greens. Catherine Bondonno, research fellow at Edith Cowan University, discusses the link to

Kathleen Fortier, Arcadia University – University-based Pro-Bono Clinics Address Health Disparities in Their Communities

Pro-bono clinics can fill a desperate need. Kathleen Fortier, assistant professor of practice at Arcadia University,

Jonathan Watanabe, University of California, Irvine – COVID-19 Medications

COVID-19 has been a learning experience for everyone, including clinicians. Jonathan Watanabe, professor of clinical pharmacy