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ITHACA, NY—The materials for stitching up injuries and surgical wounds may have changed over the millennia, but the basic process of suturing tissue remains the same. In the 21st century, however, the method may finally become outdated.

“Stiches are a very crude way to put someone back together,” says Andrew Smith, a professor of biology at Ithaca College. Think...

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ITHACA, NY — Genetics play a critical role in developing diabetes. So do eating properly, exercising and not smoking. According to a new study by an Ithaca College psychology professor and her two colleagues, people with diabetes who see themselves as responsible for their disease blame themselves for making poor lifestyle choices and are significantly less likely to monitor their...

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 ITHACA, NY — Ithaca College professor of psychology Barney Beins has coauthored “Research Methods and Statistics,” a college textbook intended to help students think critically about research and data analysis. Published by Pearson Higher Education, the book...

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ITHACA, NY — Ithaca College graduate assistants Matt Carolan, Ryan Dunn, Michael Lee and Lily Mladenova recently collaborated with the National College Players Association — an advocacy group for student athletes — on a study that has proven that “full rides” at NCAA Division I schools are leaving many student athletes high and dry. Working with the Chair of the...

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