Millions of videos on TikTok and Instagram Reels talk about ADHD. But experts say using these videos to self-diagnose the disorder is ill-advised. Here’s why.
Medicaid coverage comes with certain requirements for patients – including nursing homes. Learn more about coverage during a nursing home stay – and what services may require additional financial assistance.
Low vision is a problem for thousands of people in the U.S. Our experts at Reed Eye with Rochester Regional Health can help in a number of different ways.
Surgeries are happening more often for anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injuries than in the past. For patients wondering what the process will look like from diagnosis to recovery, this is what to know.
Everyone goes through their life with some form of stress each day. Ashley Owens, LMSW, shares how to manage it well – and what to avoid when trying to manage it.
One in 10 women of childbearing age is affected by PCOS. Our experts share what is known about the disorder, its symptoms, and available treatments.
Providing care for an aging relative or loved one is often challenging – physically and emotionally. Learn how to recognize the early signs of burnout – and how to prevent it.
If you or an older loved one are looking for a way to live independently while also having access to medical, transportation and personalized care services, a PACE program might be the right fit.
Black women who use certain chemical hair products are more than twice as likely to develop uterine cancer, according to a new study.
There are pregnancy test options at every pharmacy and at your OBGYN’s office. What are the different types of tests, and when should you take them?
Knowing your blood pressure and cholesterol levels is important when it comes to keeping your body healthy – especially your heart. Gaurav Sharma, MD, explains what to know about both levels.
A meta-analysis of 12 studies around the world found pregnant women infected with COVID-19 are significantly more likely to have poor health outcomes – including a higher risk of death.
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
When a person’s heart stops pumping blood throughout their body, using CPR to restore that blood flow is critical to limiting damage to their brain. John Burke, MD, explains how “time is brain.”
Each of these medical care specialties helps patients through serious, life-threatening illnesses – with distinct differences that should be understood.
To help manage chronic weight issues, some people with Type 2 diabetes are prescribed Ozempic. Recently the drug has been hard to find. This is why.
Residents and staff are commemorating five years since the opening of the ElderONE PACE program at Silver Hill in Newark.
The holiday season can be a time of joy – and a time of anxiety. Joshua Andrzejewski, PhD, shares how to recognize potential signs of mental health concerns during this season.
People who wear contact lenses need a prescription. But what makes contact lenses ‘medically necessary’? Marc Deeley, OD, explains.
The end of the year will be here sooner than we expect. For people using Flexible Spending Accounts, here are a few ideas of how to use any available funds before they are gone.
Canton-Potsdam Hospital and Massena Hospital are working with Whitten Family Farm of Winthrop on a massive composting partnership.
In just a few months, David went from being an active grandfather and husband to being constantly tired and out of breath. Then he learned about a new heart procedure that would change his life.