Ectopic pregnancy is a serious medical condition that affects about 100,000 women in the US every year. Learn more about why it happens and how it is treated.
Unity Hospital and Rochester General Hospital are being hailed as some of the top hospitals in New York for specialized care.
Women are four times more likely to develop osteoporosis than men. These are steps they can take to reduce the likelihood of developing it and protect their bone health.
A new method of minimally invasive gynecologic surgery allows patients to recover with shorter hospital stays, less post-operative pain, and quicker recovery times.
A new cancer diagnosis and the journey through treatment can be accompanied by many sudden changes in a person’s life. The Collaborative Care team at the Lipson Cancer Institute can help.
An unusual surge in severe hepatitis cases in children is leading pediatricians to be on the lookout for symptoms in their patients. Steven Schulz, MD, explains the disease and what to look for.
Rochester Regional Health experts share tips on enjoying the warmer – brighter – days ahead without increasing the risk of skin cancer.
The region’s first substance use program focusing specifically on the needs of the LGBTQ+ community will be available through Rochester Regional Health.
Over the course of a few months, Rob Pinson went from relatively healthy to undergoing cancer treatment. The staff at the Lipson Cancer Institute were there for him every step of the way.
Screenings help to prevent disease and illness or detect them earlier when they are most treatable. For Men’s Health Month in June, Rochester Regional Health providers are reminding men to have their prostates checked regularly.
Rochester Regional Health and American Cancer Society are proud to support women with breast cancer, breast cancer survivors, and their family and friends.
COVID-19 information for the Greater Rochester and Finger Lakes region, including current COVID cases, positivity and hospitalization rates, and guidance about COVID vaccines and boosters
September is both National Recovery Month and National Suicide Prevention Month. SLH offers inpatient and outpatient programs and care opportunities throughout St. Lawrence County.
Controlled access gate lift arms are being installed at the intersection of Cottage Street with Leroy Street.
The walk will be held on Saturday, October 1, 2022 at the Remington Trail in Canton.
Millions of people deal with dry eye each year – some of whom don’t know there are treatments available. Rebecca Nally, OD, shares what patients need to know.
Shots and physicals are top-of-mind for many parents sending their kids back to school. Here’s why full eye exams should be added to that list.
Dr. Devine noted being able to work and live in the North Country has the feeling of being home.
This is a question many young women and their parents ask. Our experts share answers on when to start OBGYN care and what to expect.
There are now four COVID-19 vaccines available for the public to choose from. The CDC recently approved Novavax as an option for adults in the U.S.
For patients with cancer who go through radiation and chemotherapy treatments, experiencing pain is a common side effect. But you don’t need to suffer through it.