As we head into the colder months this season, there are steps and behaviors we can take to reduce our risk of getting sick.
Richard "Chip" Davis, Ph.D., will begin his role on March 7, 2022.
There is a quick and convenient way for Primary Care and OBGYN patients to schedule an appointment.
At-home COVID-19 tests are becoming more widely available at pharmacies and convenience stores. Emil Lesho, DO, breaks down how to use them.
The shoulder has the widest range of motion of any joint in the body, which is why so many people experience shoulder pain or injury. Learn about the most common causes of shoulder pain.
In recent years, many people have shifted towards plant-forward eating—but what does that mean for the holidays? We created a guide to plant-forward cooking this holiday season.
Spinal discs play an important role in the back—but they can become damaged. Here are five things you should know about herniated discs.
Deb was going through a tough time after losing her best friend. After enrolling in an ElderONE adult day program, she was able to find support.
If you are researching plastic surgery, you likely already know what procedure you are considering. But what about who should perform it?
After years of trying to become pregnant, Jenn and her husband were expecting a baby. While in labor & delivery, Jenn developed a close bond with one of her nurses: Amy.
Sometimes parents notice a clicking or popping sound with the movement of their baby’s legs. We spoke to a pediatric orthopaedic surgeon for advice on what to do if this is the case.
Find the latest numbers on COVID-19 cases in the Finger Lakes and Greater Rochester, as well as any local and state health guidelines.
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder is a common disorder among children. Adam Weis, MD, gives insight into how to recognize it.
This page reflects the most up-to-date data about the 2021-2022 flu season. Previous flu season data is also available for comparison.
Sajeena Geevarghese, MD, has been appointed as Executive Medical Director for Gynecologic Oncology at Rochester Regional Health.
Doctors are seeing more cases of flu, COVID-19, and other viral illnesses this winter. So what does this mean about our immune systems?
Rates of anxiety and depression in youth have risen over the last decade. Jessica Moore, PhD, shares how stress can influence that – and how to manage it.
It’s a popular topic of discussion among parents and families. Steven Schulz, MD, shares his expertise.
After an early birth and 22 days in the NICU, baby Abram is home with his family. The Balschmiter family and their medical team share their story.
With the current surge in COVID-19 cases, there are questions about at-home COVID tests vs. PCR tests when it comes to reporting a positive case.
A host of changes happens for boys and girls going through puberty. LeKeyah Wilson, MD, explains those changes – and what happens if a child goes through them early or late.
U.S. health authorities have approved two antiviral pills created to treat patients diagnosed with COVID-19.