Health Archive

Susan Masino, Trinity College – Ketogenic Diet

On Trinity College Week: Can your diet help you avoid epileptic seizures? Susan Masino, professor of

William Church, Trinity College – Cell Death and Parkinson’s Disease

On Trinity College Week: To help fight Parkinson’s disease, catch it earlier. William Church, associate professor

Kurt Amsler, New York Institute of Technology – Averting the Imminent Physician-Scientist Shortage

Medical innovations are on a downward trend. Kurt Amsler, professor of biomedical sciences at the New

Kyle Quinn, University of Arkansas – Chronic Skin Wounds

Wavelengths of light could help heal chronic wounds. Kyle Quinn, assistant professor in the department of

Jessica Kendorski, Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine – Mindfulness in Schools

Mindfulness is not just for adults. Jessica Kendorski, professor in the department of school psychology at

Bryan Gibb, New York Institute of Technology – Antibiotic Resistance

On New York Institute of Technology Week: Antibiotic superbugs are becoming more and more deadly. Bryan

Pamela Treister, New York Institute of Technology – Uncompensated ER Care

On New York Institute of Technology Week: Uninsured E.R. visits are costly for hospitals. Pamela Treister,

Jennifer Pomeranz, New York University – State Laws Limit Local Control Over Food and Nutrition

Business interests are passing laws against public health interests. Jennifer Pomeranz, assistant professor of public health

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,