Allergy triggers can differ from season-to-season. Heather Lehman, MD provides information on how to get through fall and winter with less allergy irritation, and what to do if allergies strike.
While children are heading to back to school this month, there’s one school supply that sticks on your list week after week – a healthy lunch. Whether your child gets a meal at school or you pack a lunch for them each day, you want to make sure they are eating a nutritious meal that provides them with all the essential vitamins, minerals and proteins to help them grow and develop. Nutrition is complex, but we have some tips to help you make sure they’re getting everything they need.
Gynecological cancers can affect women of all ages. Joseph DeNagy, DO shares important information on these cancers and the benefits of yearly visits to your gynecologist.
Eye diseases are common for both children and adults, but many go undiagnosed because they show no symptoms in the early stages.
The new school year is fast approaching. And for parents who already know there isn't enough time in the day, it can be an especially hectic time. But don't worry, here at UBMD we're your one source - even for this time of year. Dennis Kuo, MD, MHS has just the tips to start the school year off right.
Getting ready for the first day of school includes more than new outfits and supplies. 
Buffalo, N.Y. – UBMD Obstetrics & Gynecology (UBMD OBGYN) announces the addition of two new specialists and a women’s health-certified nurse practitioner, providing general obstetrics and gynecologic care.
Whether from enjoying a seasonal activity or walking around the block, concussions can happen with any type of fall or head injury - no matter how small.
Between the ages of 13 and 15, it's recommended that teens have their first visit to the gynecologist.
Surgical interventions can be an effective way to manage certain movement disorders, such as Parkinson's disease, essential tremor and dystonia.