What's the difference between a family medicine doctor and an internal medicine doctor? Which is the right MD for you?
When sudden injury or illness strikes, where should you turn for care? Learn the key differences between Urgent Care and the Emergency Room.
Even in the heat and humidity of this summer, colds and respiratory viruses seem to be running rampant. Dr. Lalit Jain, MD, explains why.
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.
Poor sleeping habits can lead to a variety of health consequences, including an increased risk of death from all causes. Dr. James Murray provides a list of ways poor sleep can impact health.
Heart disease is the most common cause of death in America but it can be prevented with simple lifestyle changes. Follow these five steps to help reduce your risk of heart disease.
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.
Prostate cancer screening allows doctors to detect the disease before patients have any symptoms. Urologist Dr. Jeffery Spencer tells us who should get a prostate exam and why they’re so important.
As events and sporting games resume, Melissa Bronstein, director of Infection Prevention, discusses the guidelines for both vaccinated and unvaccinated individuals.
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.
From the moment the first sip is taken, alcohol has a range of mental and physical effects on the body. We break down exactly what happens in the moment, the next day, and in the long-term.
Home health care is skilled care provided by certified medical professionals like nurses, speech/occupational/physical therapists and aides, delivered right in your home.
You may find yourself in need of an asymptomatic COVID-19 test for a variety of reasons. But how should you go about getting one? Here's a go-to guide.
The Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine is now being distributed for administration in New York State. Here's what experts know.
Laboratory professionals play an important role in collecting, handling, testing and reporting on samples obtained from patients. Learn about the teams that work in clinical labs and pathology services.
Rochester Regional Health Immediate Care locations accept walk-in evaluations for COVID-19, including possible PCR and rapid testing options.
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.
All individuals over the age of 16 who live, work or study in New York State are now eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccines.
This year's flu season was more unique that any year before because of COVID-19. Here are the final 2020/21 flu season numbers and final flu season numbers for 2019/20.
Neurologist Dr. Davila-Martinez explains what to know about epilepsy and how it can be treated.
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.