Tips from Dr. Charlotte Lofgren on how to navigate protecting children from COVID-19 while waiting for vaccine approval in younger age groups to be completed.
The Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine has expanded to include children ages 12-15. Here's what parents and kids should know.
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.
Primary care physician Sonia Dar, MD, tells us why you should maintain contact with your primary care provider now more than ever.
Once you get vaccinated, what does it mean for mask-wearing, travel, social gatherings, herd immunity, and more? Drs. Maryrose Laguio-Vila and Robert Mayo provide their insight.
Rochester Regional Health is currently offering several options to address adolescent behavioral health issues in a non-emergency environment.
A recent congressional report has parents reeling after finding arsenic, lead and other toxic metals in several well-known brands of baby food. Experts say not to panic – but do make some changes for the future.
Chief Medical Officer Tara Gellasch, MD, helps us understand how the COVID-19 vaccines can impact pregnant and breastfeeding women and whether the vaccines are safe.
Here are our dietitian’s top tips for what to eat and drink during pregnancy, as well as common foods and beverages to avoid.
Dr. Maryrose Laguio-Vila explains how the new COVID-19 vaccines compare to other common vaccines.
How did scientists do it? What happened behind the scenes? Our health experts tell us how it all happened.
While there may be some mild-to-moderate symptoms such as fever, fatigue, headache, and arm soreness, experts say the vaccines are safe to take.
Keep your friends' and family's holiday spirits up with these safe and fun holiday activities.
Dr. Carol Rodriguez says these medications are safe when battling cold, flu, and pain symptoms during pregnancy.
Learn the difference between yellow, orange, and red zones, and what happens if your county enters these zones.
The flu can be a serious illness during pregnancy, but getting your flu shot while pregnant can reduce your risk and severity.
Dr. Steven Schulz, MD, helps us get to the bottom of many questions surrounding COVID-19 exposure and close contact.
LGBTQ+ Pride Month commemorates the pursuit of equal justice for and a celebration of the LGBTQ+ communities and their allies. Here is how Rochester honors the month.
Dr. Louise Caroll discusses the warning signs and symptoms of possible complications during pregnancy – what to watch for, when to call, what to say and more.
What changes during pregnancy? The Rochester Regional Health obstetrics and gynecology team offers an in-depth view of the emotional and physical changes to expect.