Teens aged 12 and older are now eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccines in New York State. Dr. Cynthia Christy answers common questions from parents & teenagers.
An expansion of the partnership between Rochester Regional Health and Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine (LECOM) will create the largest clinical campus for the medical school.
Do you have hip, knee or shoulder pain that hasn’t gone away? Learn about joint replacement options at Rochester Regional Health.
With warm weather comes the presence of ticks. Learn how to prevent tick bites and what to do if you are bit.
The latest information on mask guidance from New York State, the Centers from Disease Control and more, for both vaccinated and unvaccinated people.
Strokes can happen quickly and usually without warning. Dr. Christopher Deline, System Stroke Medical Director, discusses the key steps to take if you think you or someone else may be having a stroke.
As events and sporting games resume, Melissa Bronstein, director of Infection Prevention, discusses the guidelines for both vaccinated and unvaccinated individuals.
View our Guide for the latest on eligibility for and availability of COVID-19 vaccination appointments in our region.
Dr. Maryrose Laguio-Vila explains how the new COVID-19 vaccines compare to other common vaccines.
The CDC has recommended that four key groups receive COVID-19 vaccinations, as early supplies are limited.
For patients who need lung operations, robotic surgery is a viable option. Two experienced surgeons explain the process and its many benefits.
Read the latest numbers on coronavirus cases in the Finger Lakes and Greater Rochester, as well as local regulations and travel restrictions news.
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.
Guidance continues to evolve as we navigate the COVID-19 pandemic. Stay up-to-date on the latest recommendations for schools in the United States and New York State.
For some cancer patients, radiation and/or chemotherapy treatments can add to the risk of heart conditions. Learn how our specialized cardio-oncology teams treat common issues.
Larry Denk, MD, a pediatrician at Rochester Regional Health, encourages parents to engage their children in educational activities like reading and writing throughout the summer months.
Worldwide attention is on a more contagious variant of the COVID-19 virus called ‘Delta.’ Infectious disease specialists with Rochester Regional Health explain what it is and if it puts you at more risk.
In a system-wide effort to encourage inclusion and acceptance at Rochester Regional Health, every employee will be offered a badge-backer to display their personal pronouns while at work.
Damage to your joints from injury or disease can lead to pain, hamper your movement, and keep you from enjoying your favorite activities. Learn about 8 of the most common causes.
Certain habits like smoking and poor diet are common risk factors for heart disease. But did you know that loneliness can also increase risk? Read about a few weird risk factors for heart disease.
There is some debate about whether or not people who already have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19 need a booster shot. Our experts talk about the latest research and what it means for you.
TCM practitioners believe patients heal by regaining balance between internal body organs and the external elements of earth, fire, water, wood and metal.