You may have seen users on TikTok or Instagram sharing a variety of “beauty hacks” like faux freckles or sunscreen contouring. Dermatologist Gian Vinelli, MD, walks us through the dangers of some of these popular trends.
This exceedingly rare neurological disorder affects approximately 1 in 100,000 people in the U.S. Our experts explain what it is and how it is treated.
Food intolerances and food allergies can both change the way you eat, but there are big differences between the two. Find out more about what makes something an intolerance versus an allergy.
With warm weather comes the presence of ticks. Learn how to prevent tick bites and what to do if you are bit.
Whether you’re a new parent, you’ve moved to a new place, or your current doctor has retired, finding a pediatrician can be a daunting task. Our pediatricians have suggestions to make it easier.
Gypsy moths are back and causing destruction throughout the Finger Lakes region – defoliating trees, leaving behind a mess and if you come into contact, they may give you an irritating rash.
Anxiety and depression are something we all experience. For some, however, they become impairing and interfere with their life. Some of the ways you can help others are simpler than you might think.
A growing number of athletes and orthopaedic patients are seeking out a form of therapy to help heal their injuries more quickly. Daniel Day, DO, describes how it works on patients.
For patients who need lung operations, robotic surgery is a viable option. Two experienced surgeons explain the process and its many benefits.
Measuring your lung capacity, volume, and rates of flow give our providers a look at how your lungs are working–learn more about these tests before you head into the office.
Itchy eyes. Runny nose. Sneezing. If this sounds like you this fall, you are far from alone.
Read the latest numbers on coronavirus cases in the Finger Lakes and Greater Rochester, as well as local regulations and travel restrictions news.
Potty training a child can seem like a daunting task. Tracy Maier, DO, describes how to know when your child is ready.
September marks Peripheral Arterial Disease Month. Ryan Lydon, MD, explains the disease and how to treat it.
Depression affects millions of Americans each year. But how do you know if you are going through it?
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.
Loud snoring can be annoying – but sometimes it is also the sign of something more concerning. Alice Hoagland, PhD, shares her expert opinion.
The generosity of the Di Francesco family will give patients better access to less invasive treatment options.
Now that Jacky has a new heart, her next adventures are all outdoors.
You could say Chuck Doell is an avid golfer – but it might be an understatement.
“They basically told me that, you know, in 5-10 years, if you keep going the way you’re going, you’re dead.”
"I found out that so many of my friends and the people that I ran with had the same issues."