For generations, women have been advised that wearing a bra would keep breasts from sagging, prevent back pain and improve posture..
Each year, only 5 percent of the estimated 1.5 million children with an autism spectrum disorder in the US participate in clinical research studies.
Upstate New York hospitals have been more successful than state facilities as a whole in lowering rates of two commonly reported hospital-acquired infections, according to a detailed analysis of four years of patient infection data issued in April by Excellus BlueCross BlueShield.
Smartphone applications, commonly called “apps” have changed the way many Americans perform tasks, get information and entertain themselves. They also have changed how people manage their health and how healthcare professionals monitor health.
Actors help medical students at SUNY Upstate learn how to deal with patients.
Of course, no woman becomes a mother to improve her health, but it’s nice to know you receive some health perks that come with the role. Christine Goldman, DONA-certified birth doula and owner of Doulas of CNY, noticed that when she became a mother, she began modeling better eating habits.
Orthopedic surgeon in Auburn holds a Bronze Star for his performance in Afghanistan.
Physician Gregory Eastwood remains active at Upstate after presiding it for more than 10 years.
New practice getting lots of attention from both serious athletes looking for a physical challenge and couch potatoes looking for a good time.
New yoga practice finding a strong following.
Sip on this. Your favorite cup or mug just might hold the key to your health.
Center for Cancer Care and Blood Disorders in Auburn moves to larger office as service expands.
People looking for primary care providers in the Chittenango area have another option thanks to physician Robert T. Friedman. In October Friedman partnered with Oneida Healthcare to open Chittenango Internal Medicine. The office is located on Genesee Street in Chittenango.
WRVO Public Media is adding a new half-hour program to its Sunday evening broadcast schedule. “Take Care,” a conversation on health and wellness, will be co-hosted and produced by Lorraine Rapp and Linda Lowen.
Affectionately known as “The Medicare Lady”, Theresa Cangemi, independent agent and president of Medicare Made Simple in Syracuse, helps educate seniors and their families about the multitude of options available to them when the time comes to enroll in Medicare.
Franchise finding success by using seniors to take care of seniors in need.
If you think your good health and hardy constitution will spare you from getting shingles, you may be in for an unpleasant surprise.
A cataract is a clouding of the eyes natural lens. When we look at something, light enters our eye through the pupil. The light is focused onto the retina by the cornea and the lens. The lens must be clear in order to focus light properly onto the retina. If the lens has become cloudy, this is called a cataract.
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