More 2.5 million people ended up in the ER in 2012.
Finger Lakes residents, however, are among the least likely to develop the flu in the region
A newspaper reporter shares his experience trying to lose weight
Working to find new treatments for rheumatoid arthritis, lupus
Confused with all the food labels in the grocery store? You’re not alone
In 1970 only 11 percent of adults with intellectual disabilities were over age 55. That figure is expected to be 22 percent by 2040
Experts: HGH not the fountain of youth
Seniors in the United States are suffering fewer strokes, regardless of their race or sex, a new long-term study reveals.
Wet leaves and that occasional sneaky black ice can catch you falling without a moment’s notice. We commonly hear, “I am so afraid of falling.” Many ask what can be done to help reduce the risk of falling.
Teresa Green is part of a program that aids the elderly remain in their own homes by providing appropriate and cost-effective, non-medical support services
Live Alone & Thrive
Gwenn Voelckers discusses ‘‘Make the Most of Living Alone by ‘Letting Go"
Anne Palumbo says, "Humble Rutabaga Rocks with Nutrition"
Jim Miller looks discusses "Vaccination Options Available to Seniors this Flu Season"
George Chapman ponders "Do Hospital Mergers Drive Up Costs?" and other topics