At-home COVID-19 tests are becoming more widely available at pharmacies and convenience stores. Emil Lesho, DO, breaks down how to use them.
Comprehensive medical care will now be even closer for residents of Geneseo and surrounding communities.
U.S. health agencies are weighing who will receive booster shots and third doses of the COVID-19 vaccine. What is the difference?
Itchy eyes. Runny nose. Sneezing. If this sounds like you this fall, you are far from alone.
Physicians and healthcare providers with Rochester Regional Health are working to protect the health of people living in their communities.
Depression affects millions of Americans each year. But how do you know if you are going through it?
Fall weather makes for great running weather. But having hip or knee pain can cloud exercise for some people. Here are some exercises that might offer relief.
Protecting your child’s health is important from the day they are born. Rochester Regional Health pediatricians can help with vaccines.
Dealing with pain can sometimes be more than a physical issue. Garry Spink, PhD, explains the link between your mind and pain.
Loud snoring can be annoying – but sometimes it is also the sign of something more concerning. Alice Hoagland, PhD, shares her expert opinion.
Read the latest numbers on coronavirus cases in the Finger Lakes and Greater Rochester, as well as local regulations and travel restrictions news.
Leading Technology Organizations Applaud RRH Digital Innovation
More than 10 percent of women suffer from endometriosis. Cara Pulumbieri was one of them.
Rev. E Scott Bassett, MTS, MS, will serve as a staff chaplain with the Spiritual Care team.
Rochester Regional Health and American Cancer Society are proud to support women with breast cancer, breast cancer survivors, and their family and friends.
Losing a child is heartbreaking. Each year, October 15 marks a day to remember these little lives that are gone.
You’ve had your baby and now you’re home – what should you expect as you’re recovering from either a vaginal or c-section delivery.
The big switch from breast milk or formula to solid foods can be both exciting and challenging. Here’s how to do it.
Potty training a child can seem like a daunting task. Tracy Maier, DO, describes how to know when your child is ready.
If pain and limited movement are keeping you from living your life fully, learning more about a hip or knee replacement could be the first step toward a better life.
After the Tokyo Olympics, a spotlight is shining on athletes and mental health. Garry Spink, PhD, gives insight into the arena.
The generosity of the Di Francesco family will give patients better access to less invasive treatment options.