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Nurse studies delirium in older patients

Nurse studies delirium in older patients

Published Oct 17, 2016

Binghamton researcher Nina Flanagan says family members can play a role in identifying problems early. Read more

Book offers resources for PTSD sufferers

Book offers resources for PTSD sufferers

Published Sep 20, 2012

Binghamton researcher Mary Muscari's latest book provides a holistic view of post-traumatic stress disorder and how to treat it. Read more

Mass shootings: Why do people snap?

Mass shootings: Why do people snap?

Published Jul 25, 2012

Mary Muscari, a forensic nurse at Binghamton, tells Fox News that the spark that drives people to violence is unknown, and mass shootings are rare enough that it’s hard to generalize from case to case. Read more

5 heart attack signs to look for

5 heart attack signs to look for

Published Feb 9, 2012

It’s key to be aware of all the signs of a heart attack — and how the symptoms for a woman can be different than they are for a man, Binghamton’s Pamela Stewart-Fahs tells Self magazine. Read more

The heart of the matter

The heart of the matter

Published Jan 16, 2012

Pamela Stewart Fahs’ efforts to educate women about heart attack symptoms may help save lives. Read more

Alzheimer’s study may link blood pressure, wandering

Alzheimer’s study may link blood pressure, wandering

Published Oct 24, 2011

A doctoral student in nursing hopes her research will resolve questions related to blood pressure and wandering in patients with Alzheimer’s disease. Read more