SB in the News
11/24/2015 (Huffington Post) Tapping Into the Helper High: Tips on Feeding Your Trainer's Helper HabitIdeally when individuals are other-concerned in their activities, one of the unintended side effects is that they show elevations in their own happiness and energy level, said Stephen Post, an expert on the topic who teaches in the medical school at Stony Brook University.
11/25/2015 (U.S. News and World Report) Don't Let Reflux Ruin Your ThanksgivingThanksgiving can be challenging if you suffer from heartburn, but there are a number of things you can do to have a more pleasant holiday, an expert says.
11/25/2015 (Newsday) Best places to live on Long Island if you want a green homeIf you've decided the time is right to get serious about going green, you're in good company: Converging forces in the three years since superstorm Sandy have prompted many Long Islanders to reach the same conclusion.
11/23/2015 (Wilmington News Journal) New UD pres. praised for vision, relationship-buildingFaculty, staff, administrators and students at Stony Brook University have a message to the University of Delaware community: You are lucky to have Dennis Assanis as your new president.
11/21/2015 (Newsday) Stony Brook University fundraising campaign aims for $600MStony Brook University President Dr. Samuel L. Stanley says the $426 million raised so far in an ambitious capital campaign sends a resounding message that the school is "worth investing in."
11/23/2015 (News Medical) Stony Brook Medicine expert shares tips to minimize heartburn during holiday seasonThe holiday season is upon us and most days and nights will be filled with delicious festivities! However, with millions of Americans suffering from heartburn, fear may set in when anticipating these celebrations.
11/20/2015 (Smithsonian) Eased Sanctions Could Mean a Comeback for Iranian Caviar Foodies rejoice: Iranian caviar might be back on store shelves once again.
11/19/2015 (Live Science) Food Labels: Definition of Natural and OrganicThere are, however, specific definitions for each term, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA).
11/18/2015 (U.S. News and World Report/Health Day) When Antibiotics Are NeededOveruse of antibiotics is one of the main causes of antibiotic resistance, a major public health threat in the United States.
11/18/2015 (Washington Post) What France can learn from how the U.S. reacted to 9/11How will the Paris attacks influence French public opinion and affect its politics?
11/17/2015 (Live Science) Mediterranean Diet: Foods, Benefits & RisksThe Mediterranean Diet focuses on eating foods that are as natural as possible, while limiting unhealthy fats and red meat.
11/18/2015 (Austin American Statesman) UT partnership seeks to improve how scientists communicate with publicThe University of Texas and the State University of New York at Stony Brook announced a partnership Wednesday intended to help scientists and health professionals communicate more effectively with the public, the media and others outside their fields.
11/16/2015 (Science World Report) Social Networks: Information Is 'Contagious' in Large Groups, Affects Recall AbilityA team of researchers from Stony Brook University used an advanced computer model to examine the spreading of information in social situations, finding that the memory of one person can indirectly influence others through shared social connections.
11/16/2015 (Futurity) 8 Ways To Keep Kids Off Unnecessary AntibioticsAntibiotic resistance is one of the greatest health problems of our generation and the generations to come, says pediatrician Saul Hymes.
11/13/2015 (Soccer Wire) Cosmos' Leo Fernandes named NASL Young Player of the YearNew York Cosmos midfielder Leo Fernandes has been named 2015 North American Soccer League (NASL) Young Player of the Year - an honor that goes to the most outstanding player aged 23 and under, the league announced Wednesday.
11/16/2015 (Newsday) Number of overseas students enrolled in U.S. colleges rises 10 percent, says reportThe number of students from other countries enrolled in U.S. colleges and universities rose 10 percent from the 2013-14 to the 2014-15 academic years, the highest rate of growth in 35 years, according to an Institute of International Education report released Monday.
11/13/2015 (PRI's The World) Women's bodies as recruiting tools: How Louisville basketball welcomed high schoolers with paid escortsBuying sex to entice recruits instills all the wrong values: entitlement, contempt for women. (By Michael Kimmel, the Director of the Center for the Study of Men and Masculinities at Stony Brook University)
11/13/2015 (Today) What's better, money or a nice boss? NBC survey shows what we really thinkWhat we know is that kindness is "...a choice you can make, no matter how difficult the situation," says Stephen Post, Ph.D., Founding Director of the Center for Medical Humanities, Compassionate Care, and Bioethics at Stony Brook University.
11/9/2015 (Wall Street Journal) GlaxoSmithKline Extends Avalon PartnershipMost of the startups established under the deal are based on discoveries made in West Coast universities, though some have come from further afield, including the University of Michigan and Stony Brook University in New York.
11/10/2015 (News12) New test may help diagnose concussions in kidsStony Brook Sports Medicine physician Dr. James Paci talks about being able to use a blood test instead of more subjective tests to determine concussion.More News