More 2.5 million people ended up in the ER in 2012.
Indu Gupta takes the reins of Onondaga County Health Department.
Recent changes mean higher co-pays for patients, lower reimbursement for PTs.
Gov. Cuomo in September signed into law legislation sponsored by Sen. David J. Valesky (D-Oneida) that requires every insurance policy to include equipment and supplies necessary for the treatment of ostomies.
New internist in Oswego talks about profession, chronic diseases and how small lifestyle changes can make a big difference in one’s health.
First person account by journalist Gary Band.
A psychologist and a surgical nurse now run their own business — a horse farm in rural Madison County.
If your elderly parents struggle with mobility and balance, a bathroom renovation may help maintain their independence.
You’ve likely seen ads online about human growth hormone (HGH), popularly touted to reverse the aging process. While HGH is FDA-approved for certain uses, turning back the clock for middle-aged and older adults isn’t one of them.
The law can be complex and confusing to anyone, and it’s expensive to hire a professional. The Syracuse University College of Law’s Elder Law Clinic offers free legal help to those in the Onondaga County area who are 60 years of age or older and have a maximum income of 250 percent of the poverty level.
Upstate Medical University is enrolling adults in a two-year study to test the safety and effectiveness of a new shoulder replacement system for people with degenerative shoulder joint disease. The trial compares the Arthrex Eclipse Shoulder Prosthesis to a more conventional prosthesis among people receiving total shoulder replacement surgery. Upstate is among 15 sites in the U.S. to test the system.
Depression can be a debilitating and sometimes deadly disease, but there is help in Central New York. The Depression and Bipolar Support Group is an alliance of people suffering from many types of mood disorders who meet each Tuesday to offer each other their collective knowledge and encouragement.
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"Smart Bites" by Anne Palumbo
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"Savvy Senior" by Jim Miller
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"My Take" by George Chapman
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