Social media giant, Instagram, has released new artificial intelligence technology which hopes to curb the trend of cyberbullying.
With National Mental Health Awareness Week underway, many students are feeling the pressure of performing well in their mid-term exams.
This fall, the fastest growing functional training program is opening here in Buffalo. F45 Black Rock hopes to open to the public in Mid-November on Chandler Street.
A number of groups from western New York traveled to Albany last month to advocate for and against the proposed Medical Aid in Dying Act, which is under consideration in the state legislature. The act would allow people with a terminal illness, who are expected to live less than six months, to end their life with the assistance of a doctor using special medication.
This week on the Buffalo Review (May 11), we covered skin cancer, a “save the bees” program in Kenmore and a poetry delivery service. First, we spoke Dr. Ilene Rothman, interim chair of the Department of Dermatology at the Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center, about skin cancer awareness month.
A group of nurses at the Erie County Medical Center have started an initiative to collect items intended to provide some comfort to victims of sexual assault. Often victims who visit a hospital or crisis center are required to leave behind their clothing or other belongings, because they’re needed as evidence.
Internet addiction is a growing problem in today’s digital world. As many as 8.2 percent of Americans may be addicted to the internet, according to a study published in the American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse. Additionally, some 18 percent of college-aged internet users experience addiction.