Lack of sleep can negatively impact a child's performance in school. Dr. Alice Hoagland says earlier wake up times can help reset a child's sleep schedule.
Each school district in New York requires every student to have immunizations against certain diseases. These are the most recent requirements.
The TikTok trend of oil pulling to improve oral health may seem new, but its origins are centuries old. Ahmed Farag, DDS, explains the practice and if it should be used.
Fifth disease is a virus most often seen in young children that displays as a rash with other minor symptoms. Learn how to recognize the symptoms and how to treat it.
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.
Unsurprisingly, teenagers who are on their phones late at night are sleeping poorly. Dr. Alice Hoagland, Director of the Insomnia Clinic at the Rochester Regional Sleep Disorder Center, explains why.
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.
Each year, thousands of people are diagnosed with cancer linked to an HPV infection. The HPV vaccine is the single most important way to help prevent that. Here’s how.
Summer is full of fun new experiences for children and adults, including festivals, parades, and fireworks. Here’s a few suggestions on how to have fun while protecting children’s hearing.
A new drug called Beyfortus is now approved by the FDA to help reduce the risk of RSV in babies and toddlers under the age of 24 months.
Trying to figure out something new for your child to do over the summer? We have a few ideas that might help.
A new program rewards young children for good behavior and bravery during a visit to the Rochester General Hospital Pediatric Emergency Department.
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.
An autism diagnosis at any age marks a big change in a child’s life. Services and support look different for older children compared to younger children. Our experts share what parents can look for – and where to find it.
As cold weather approaches, flu season is starting to ramp up. Our Infectious Disease specialists have information they want to share about how best to protect your health heading into winter.
A number of illnesses appear to be spreading in pediatric patients. Our experts share what they know about diagnosing and treating them.
Shots and physicals are top-of-mind for many parents sending their kids back to school. Here’s why full eye exams should be added to that list.
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.
Tammy Snyder, MPH, President and Chief Operating Officer (COO) of Rochester General Hospital (RGH), has been named among the nation’s “Rising stars: Healthcare Leaders Under 40” by the influential publication Becker’s Hospital Review.
Kickstart your digestive system after all those holidays treats with these top nutritious New Year's resolutions.