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Student seeks new understanding of brain

Student seeks new understanding of brain

Neuroscientists at Binghamton are exploring the impacts of binge drinking.

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Harsh winter no hindrance to hungry ticks

The heavy snow that blanketed the Northeast this winter was like a cozy quilt for baby blacklegged ticks that are now questing for blood as the weather warms up, Binghamton researcher Ralph Garruto tells the Associated Press.

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Bacteria may link stress, heart attacks

Scientists at Binghamton University have found a link between stress hormones and bacteria that may explain how emotional shock or over-exertion can trigger heart attacks.

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Biologist targets dormant bacteria

Biologist targets dormant bacteria

Research conducted by biofilms expert Claudia Marques and her Binghamton colleagues may show a new way to treat recurring infections.

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You really can be scared to death

A new Binghamton University study has found the reason why stressful situations trigger heart attacks – and it’s all down to a link between stress hormones and bacteria, The Daily Mail reports.

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Nurse tests fibromyalgia therapy

Nurse tests fibromyalgia therapy

Binghamton graduate student Lynn Baniak is working on a novel treatment that seems to help patients with fibromyalgia.

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Here’s looking at you

Here’s looking at you

Binghamton bioengineer Guy German’s research may lead to a better soap.

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