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We all know some people who still smoke. For many of us we grew up in a household of smokers. Now we know that smoking cigarettes cuts off 10 years of our life, on average. more
The Mohawk Valley Health System Central New York Diabetes Education Program has been awarded full recognition from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention’s Recognition Program. more
Oneida Family YMCA, 701 Seneca St., will host Olympic Barebow Archer Melody Richards on Saturday, April 29 for a meet-and-greet, archery demonstration and talk. more

Saturday, the Madison County EMS agency went into service for the first time as an ambulance provider. more
Beginning in April, the Ruiz Family Support Center, 1754 Black River Blvd., will offer a therapy group for individuals who have found themselves in a violent home situation. more
April is National Volunteer Month, and the American Red Cross is celebrating the millions of people who volunteer to give blood, platelets and plasma throughout the year. more
The overdose reversal drug, Narcan, will soon be available on store shelves and from online retailers, and local health and emergency leaders are very much in favor of the new accessibility. more
A mass tort action against Juul Labs Inc. will give 143 school districts and BOCES in New York State more than $3.6 million to settle claims. more
Tick season isn’t just the spring and summer months. more
Spring has sprung, and it is not too late to accomplish that New Year’s resolution of getting fit in 2023. To make it happen, however, you need one that is realistic and fits your lifestyle. more
The Madison County Public Health Department is celebrating National Public Health Week, April 3-9. more
The local chapter of the Joe Niekro Foundation Brain Aneurysm Support Group will host Dr. Satish Krishnamurthy at its upcoming support group meeting on Monday, April 10. more
Representatives from the Central Association for the Blind and Visually Impaired made a road trip of their own to Dr. King Elementary School. Check out the video in the article. more
April is Autism Awareness Month, and several local police departments will be showing their support with custom rainbow badges and decals. more
Bassett Healthcare Network and Helios Care will host a conversation with Sallie Tisdale, best-selling author of “Advice for Future Corpses (and Those Who Love Them)." more
Senior activities are not all kittens and butterflies. Some of my followers have expressed how active they are and that they would like something more challenging and physically demanding. See the video in the column. more
Beginning in April, the Ruiz Family Support Center, 1754 Black River Blvd., will offer a therapy group for women who have found themselves in a violent home situation. more
What’s Eating You 2022 is an all-volunteer peer support group with the focus to educate and support individuals with an eating disorder, any form of disordered eating or body dysmorphia. more
Dr. Liza Jones will speak on the topic of “Precision Medicine: Using Pharmacogenomics and Nutrigenomics to Guide Your Health” at the Oneida YMCA. more
More than 76% of adults in New York state aged 50 to 70 are getting their recommended screening for colorectal cancer, according to health tracking data compiled by New York state. more
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