As daylight gets shorter and the dark hours become longer, more people start to experience symptoms of Seasonal Affective Disorder. Alayne Gosson-Kane, LCAT, explains how it affects people and how people can find treatment.
IMAT is a way for people living with substance use disorders to start on their recovery journey with a primary care provider with expertise in substance use treatment. Our experts explain how it all works.
Children are back in school – and there can be a lot to do. For parents, keeping track of everything can feel overwhelming. Here are some tips on how to keep yourself sane.
With more teenagers home from school for the summer, parents might notice some changes in their behavior compared to during the school year. Learn what is considered typical behavior and when there might be cause for concern.
Recent research points to a noticeable decrease in the number of men who have close friends. Explore why men are lonelier than they used to be – and what they can do about it.
Reaching LGBTQ individuals to provide compassionate and affirming mental health care is crucial to protecting their overall health. Our behavioral health team shares some of the ways Rochester Regional Health provides that care.
While the stigma surrounding mental health has lessened in the last decade, there is still misunderstanding associated with people with mental health conditions. Margaret Simkins, LMSW, explains how we can all work to reduce those negative associations.
Anxiety is a constant part of life for many people. Our experts share a few different methods that might help lessen anxiety when it arises.
Scheduling medical or mental health care for children can be challenging. Two programs through Rochester Regional Health offer to meet young patients and their families where they are.
Fifteen years after receiving expert care from the Golisano Restorative Neurology & Rehabilitation Center team, Stephen Lillis returned to express his gratitude face to face.
$750K awarded under the HRSA State Maternal Health Innovation Program.
Sometimes you or a family member need to see a provider but you may need another option aside from an in-person appointment. This is when our same-day virtual urgent care services can work for you.