This time of year brings a lot of opportunity to be outside and enjoy the activities we love, but that can sometimes also come with injuries.
Alzheimer's Disease and other dementias affect over 50 million people worldwide. Early intervention is crucial. The sooner it's diagnosed, the better the disease's progression can be slowed, allowing for more time with an increased quality of life.

Strokes can happen to any one at any age. Know the signs.

Linda Harris, MD talks with WNY Living's host about the vascular diseases and conditions women may experience and how their symptoms differ from men.
Starting in your 20s, lung function begins to decrease. But there are ways to slow the loss and keep your lungs healthy.

Chronic pain affects people of all ages and all backgrounds. Alison Vargovich, PhD discusses how the Division of Behavioral Medicine at UBMD Internal Medicine treats patients with chronic pain.

Peripheral neuropathy is most commonly associated with burning, stabbing or other discomfort in the feet and hands. Gil I. Wolfe, MD discusses the symptoms to watch out for, as well as some causes and treatments.
Sleep safety for the little ones in our lives is so important. Erin Conway, MD shares the ABC's of sleep safety and important recommendations you need to know, including the dangers of inclined sleepers.

Movement disorders are neurological conditions that cause irregular, increased movements, which may be voluntary or involuntary. 

While providing primary and specialty care, UBMD physicians are training the healthcare team of the future for Western New York and beyond.