The remarkable story of nurse Theresa Bowick, who leads Conkey Cruisers
Is Exercising More or Eating Less Better for Weight Loss?
Churchville mayor continues public duties despite cancer diagnosis
Director of Center of Community Health devoted to helping people control their blood pressure
Several hospital mergers around the country have failed but local officials say the largest merger between hospitals in Rochester, which occurred last year, is here to stay
Back to School
Physicians in the division of sports medicine at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center say preparation before the first day of practice is critical in helping to reduce the risk of injury.
Among other problems resulting from intake or caffeinated drinks are dehydration and rapid heartbeat
School start times that are too early can contribute to lack of sleep among teens, most of whom don’t get the recommended 8.5 to 9.5 hours of shut-eye, the report said.
YMCA and other organizations offer physical education to those studying at home
New Law Allows Students to Self-Manage Diabetes At School
This year, thanks to a new state law, children will be permitted to carry diabetes supplies and self-manage their diabetes at school and at any school function.
One-third of the approximately 30 million people struggling with eating disorders are men
In the study, about 150 men age 60 and older were given daily testosterone supplements, and another 150 took a placebo.
New president of Monroe County Medical Society stresses need for more cooperation between providers, patients
The Rochester area offers several facilities that partner horses to help people — and many have found relief in working with the animals
Jim Miler discusses “Medicare Options for Retirees Who Travel”
Live Alone & Thrive
Gwenn Voelckers on “The Healing Power of Forgiveness”
Anne Palumbo gives “More Reasons to Gobble Up Chicken”
Jessica Gaspar “The Joys of Pregnancy”
Healthcare in a Minute
George W. Chapman takes a hard look at today’s medical issues