University of Rochester Medical Center

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Research at the University of Rochester Medical Center has found evidence of why COVID-19 is worse for people who smoke and vape than for the rest of the population.

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Researchers at the University of Rochester Medical Center published new guidance Friday for doctors looking to diagnose lung injuries caused by vaping.

Irfan Rahman’s laboratory sits at the end of a long hallway on the third floor of the University of Rochester’s School of Medicine and Dentistry.

National Institute on Aging

Most American adults are worried they will develop Alzheimer’s, but they are also optimistic that there will be a cure for the disease in their lifetimes, according to survey results released Monday.

Medtronic

A 67-year old Ontario County man is one of the first local residents to have the world's smallest pacemaker implanted in his heart.