New lenses being developed will measure blood glucose level continuously
Amish people live simple, separated lives to benefit their souls. As it turns out, it seems to benefit their bodies as well. A cancer study stunned Ohio State University researchers when they found that their Amish subjects experienced 40 percent fewer incidences of cancer compared with Englishers (non-Amish) in Ohio and 44 percent fewer than the national rate.
Middle-aged women most common cat bite victims
Meals on Wheels program brings food—and human contact
Meet Your Doctor: Claudia Hriesik
Surgeon talks about the risks of colon cancer, which affect both men and women, and how easy it is to prevent it.
Many patients are living 20 years or more after transplantation
According to the National Golf Foundation, 29 million Americans play golf. That puts a lot of people outdoors for each game that they play, and if they want to get good at the game they are playing more than one round per year. What many of these golfers may not realize is the increased risk for skin cancer they have by being avid golfers.
Gilda’s Club Rochester will kick off an expansion into the Hispanic community with a dinner and a Latin dance class at 5:30 p.m., March 8, at its location at 255 Alexander St. in Rochester. The event will introduce attendees to Gilda’s Club, which offers free support to everyone living with cancer, along with their families and friends.
In study, the more women practiced, the better their results
Excellus BCBS is supporting St. Joseph’s Neighborhood Center’s health empowerment program, providing $90,000 over four years.
NCADD-RA joins forces with the New York Council on Problem Gambling
Fewer baby boys in the US are being circumcised while in Europe countries are banning the practice outright
How can you prepare for something that changes your entire life in two minutes? Even if you suspect it could happen in the future, you are never fully ready to hear life-changing news.
Men can have skin that’s more sensitive to ultraviolet exposure than women’s skin, which makes it more prone to skin damage like skin cancer
Study finds increased testing among men with normal hormone levels
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Gwenn Voelckers discusses ‘‘Beware the Ides of March’ . . . or not!"
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