Henrietta woman devotes her life to healing and helping others overcome tragedy

When personal tragedy strikes at a young age, it can debilitate a person’s emotional and physical health for a lifetime. But sometimes childhood pain can be turned around and used as a catalyst for healing, which is exactly what Jackie McCullough did when she was old enough to take back control of her life. 

Webster to Build Sports Complex for Special Needs Kids

In the new $750,000 complex, kids will have a choice to play baseball, soccer and flag football, among other sports

Charity care declines, but not in Rochester

Local hospitals still maintaining same level of financial help to low-income patients as in the past

Meet Your Doctor:   

Thomas Caprio

VNS geriatrician talks about the growing number of hospice patients and what it means to be one of the first in the nation to earn hospice certification All Natural, Organic, Certified Organic, Non-GMO

Help for Cracked Heels

Not hard to keep heels smooth even in the winter

The Long Wait  for a Kidney

Rochester resident stays positive despite health problems

U.S. Prices Soaring for Some Generic Drugs

Supply and manufacturing problems, plus fewer companies in the market among causes

Big-Name Diets All Work for a While, Review Found

No eating plan stood out in terms of lasting weight loss, researchers noted

Skin Cancer Costs Soar

Findings underscore importance of prevention efforts


Live Alone & Thrive

Gwenn Voelckers discusses ‘‘Take the chill out of spending the holidays alone"


Anne Palumbo ponders"The Amazing Benefits of Pomegranates"

Savvy Senior

Jim Miller looks presents "A Guide to Finding Affordable Dental Care"