Fifth disease is a virus most often seen in young children that displays as a rash with other minor symptoms. Learn how to recognize the symptoms and how to treat it.
Fifteen years after receiving expert care from the Golisano Restorative Neurology & Rehabilitation Center team, Stephen Lillis returned to express his gratitude face to face.
Sometimes you or a family member need to see a provider but you may need another option aside from an in-person appointment. This is when our same-day virtual urgent care services can work for you.
The money will continue the fundraising work to bring a state-of-the-art Intensive Care Unit to United Memorial Medical Center.
There are several ways to determine if someone is eligible for lung cancer screening. Read more to learn how people can learn if they are eligible to be screened.
Your provider has suggested an oral food challenge, but what does that really entail? Find out more about the "gold standard" of food allergy testing and why we perform them daily.
More than 6 million Americans are living with heart failure in the U.S. One of the most common symptoms is fluid retention. A new clinical trial aims to help patients better monitor and manage fluid buildup and prevent fluid-related hospitalizations.
As trick-or-treaters head door to door this Halloween, remember that some of them may have food allergies. Learn about common food allergies and how families handing out candy and seeking it can have a fun and safe holiday.
The last several years have seen an increase in the number of people wearing blue light eyeglasses to protect their eyes from screens. So how effective are they?
Some breast cancer patients have a range of decisions to make about breast surgery. Our breast and plastic reconstructive surgery teams discuss options that combine different goals and outcomes for patients.
Granted by the American Association of Critical-Care Nurses (AACN), the national Beacon Award recognizes exceptional patient care and a healthy work environment.
Radiology and imaging teams are starting to include AI learning when analyzing mammograms. Shruthi Ram, MD, explains how it all works and what it could mean for breast cancer treatment in the near future.
A recent study suggests women are being diagnosed with breast cancer at younger ages compared to years past. Kelly Krupa, MD, digs into the study and explains what it means for women.