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Brooke Sann Coaching will host the Soul-full Moms Reconnection Event, a first ever workshop designed for moms who are feeling the burden and stress of their daily challenges. more
Rome Health Outpatient Rehabilitation Services is adding a new therapy program to help patients who suffer from Parkinson’s disease or other neurological disorders. more
The Oneida branch of the YMCA of the Greater Tri-Valley will host a class to help people prevent osteoporosis starting Wednesday, Feb. 1. more

Two major additions to Medicare coverage went into effect in January. more
“What if ...?” “What if I fall?” “What if I sprain my wrist?” “What if it’s too difficult?” more
Numerous upstate hospitals are wrestling with fiscal shortfalls and staffing shortages that could be lessened by increasing Medicaid reimbursement rates that only pay for a portion of care. more
A strategic partnership has been formed between the city of Utica and Mohawk Valley Health System to develop a master reuse plan for the St. Elizabeth Medical Center, 2209 Genesee Street. more
Oneida County’s Community Health Assessment and Improvement Plan has identified improving mental health and preventing chronic diseases as leading areas of focus over the next two years. more
In 2022, 48% of Medicare beneficiaries were enrolled in Medicare Advantage plans instead of original Medicare, and experts predict that number will be higher in 2023. more
Slocum-Dickson Medical Group has announced online check-in is now available for patients in the Urgent Care department. more
Brian Zylinski, a doctor of osteopathic medicine, is the newest member of The Falcon Clinic. more
The Abraham House — which offers two social model hospice homes based in both Utica and Rome — will host its second annual Winter Festival “Fire & Ice” fundraiser from 5-9 p.m. more
With blaring sirens and flashing lights, members of New London Fire Department helped honor and celebrate the 101st birthday of Marion Poppleton. more
One day in January, a once-regular customer at Fuel Training Studio in Newburyport, Massachusetts, stopped in to take a “shred” class. more
Many senior citizens complain of dizziness, balance problems, vertigo or light-headedness. more
In general, doctors should offer adolescents 12 and older who have obesity access to appropriate drugs and teens 13 and older with severe obesity referrals for weight-loss surgery, though situations may vary. more
A new program in the Mohawk Valley is letting libraries add one more important asset to their lending opportunities — blood pressure cuffs. more
As cannabis shops proliferate across the country, the same concerns are growing over the packaging and marketing of flavored cannabis that critics say could entice children. more
You’ve heard the terms “heart attack” and “cardiac arrest,” but do you really know what they mean? more
The Inclusive Alliance, an Independent Practice Association of health and human service nonprofit agencies serving the counties of Cayuga, Cortland, Madison, Onondaga, and Oswego and beyond. more
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