health

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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Student aids in hunt for Parkinson’s treatment

Student aids in hunt for Parkinson’s treatment

Binghamton undergraduate Joy Hallmark tests compounds that may treat Parkinson’s with fewer side effects than current drugs.

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Decker Foundation gift helps establish lab

A gift from the Decker Foundation will enable Binghamton experts to conduct research that will improve health outcomes for patients with conditions ranging from ear infections to cancer.

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