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Community Memorial Hospital and Colgate University collaborated to promote breast cancer awareness during October for faculty and staff. more
Thousands of cancer patients need to go to their treatments every day, but not all of them have a way to get there on their own. more
Aware of her own chances of developing the life-threatening disease at an early age, Dawn Cooley researched her options and considered bold measures to minimize her risk.   more

There will be a Drug Take Back Day today, Saturday, Oct. 29, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Price Chopper in Oneida. more
A county survey of local youngsters is giving county officials a look at the “huge impact” the COVID-19 pandemic has had on the mental health of students. more
Breast cancer survivor Lynda Frederick, a lifelong resident of Boonville, has had breast cancer twice, which resulted in several treatments and surgeries. more
The only two overdose prevention centers operating in the U.S., both located in New York, report that they have successfully intervened in some 600 overdoses in their first year of operation. more
The Jessica’s Heroes Foundation set a fundraising goal of $75,000 this year to help area residents as they fight cancer. more
The New Hartford Central School District’s Perry Junior High School pool will remain open. more
There was a demand in the breast prosthesis market, and a Central New Yorker is now looking to fill it. more
Grieving the loss of a loved one can be especially hard around the holidays as family gatherings and traditions meant to bring joy can be sad reminders of those we have lost. more
The Oneida branch of the YMCA of the Greater Tri-Valley is beginning a new session of its popular “Character Development Through Archery” program. more
The Oneida County Health Department is raising awareness of lead poisoning during National Lead Poisoning Prevention week. Lead poisoning in children is preventable yet continues to happen. more
It was her children that she was worried about the most when breast cancer survivor Katie Waltermire received her diagnosis. more
With pickleball becoming more and more popular, places like Copper City Community Connection are making it available to the community. more
“Early detection saves lives.” We’ve all heard it. The key is taking the time to follow through. more
AmeriCU supports The Baldwin Fund in their fight against breast cancer. more
The New York State Office of Addiction Services and Supports announced the award of more than $1.3 million in funding to support the expansion of addiction prevention efforts. more
The Mohawk Valley is ready to ride the revolution once again, fighting stroke and heart disease in a relay-style, stationary cycling event. more
Gina Costantine of Sauquoit was diagnosed with breast cancer after having reduction mammaplasty or breast reduction surgery. more
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