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Growing up in Syracuse, Sister Catherine Michael Napier was shaped by factors that made her want a religious life.Born Judy Ann Napier, she attended parochial schools. She was also a sickly child and … more
Nearly 450 Aspen Dental practices will open their doors to provide free dental care for thousands of veterans across the nation on Saturday, June 24.Local veterans can call 1-844-AspenHMM to … more
Medications used to treat opioid addiction and alcohol dependence, such as Suboxone, Revia, naltrexone and Campral, are now available at Rome Memorial Hospital’s Community Recovery Center, through … more
Families dealing with the problems of addiction can find help and information at a support group meeting June 19 from 6 to 7 p.m. in the second floor classroom at Rome Memorial Hospital.The group … more
The Netflix series “13 Reasons Why” has caused controversy because it presents what some consider a distorted take on teen suicide.The series, which is based on the 2007 novel by Jay Asher, deals … more
Dr. Minhaj Siddiqi is now a full-time psychiatrist at Community Health and Behavioral Services providing services at offices at 207 W. Dominick St. and in Utica.Siddiqi earned his doctor of medicine … more
Last October, Deven Desai was in the middle of his senior season playing soccer for Rome Free Academy. A young athlete in prime condition, Desai could not have imagined that a slight misstep on the … more
Nearly 400,000 New Yorkers have Alzheimer’s disease, and the Alzheimer’s Association Central New York Chapter is encouraging everyone to learn the facts about Alzheimer’s disease and its … more
As the warm weather rolls across the land, ticks are becoming more active. The following Cornell University experts offer an assessment of the 2017 tick season.Jody Gangloff-Kaufmann: A relatively … more
Jane Vail has been promoted to executive director of the Central New York Health Home Network.The care management organization was established in 2010 and covers 10 counties, in partnership with … more
WHITESBORO – Donna A. Sickler was named an Outstanding Healthcare Professional by the Genesis Group and the Medical Societies of Oneida, Herkimer and Madison counties at the annual Healthcare … more
The St. Elizabeth Laboratory, an affiliate of the Mohawk Valley Health System, has opened a new patient service center in the Utica Business Park, 125 Business Park Drive, Suite 135.A ribbon cutting … more
ONEIDA — The Suicide Prevention Coalition of Madison County is hosting its second annual Call to Action for Suicide Prevention Monday, June 5 from 5:30 to 7 p.m. at Gorman Foundation Community … more
The Central New York Chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association presents “Legal and Financial Planning for People with Alzheimer’s” at Jervis Public Library on Wednesday, June 7, at 1 p.m. in … more
The next preliminary step in the design of a new downtown Utica hospital has been taken.Interviews and information gathering sessions are being conducted to obtain feedback and guidance regarding the … more
The Tramp and Trail Club of Utica offers outdoor activities open to the public. Participants must sign a waiver. Car pooling is encouraged. More information about the club is on its updated website … more
The Seventh Annual Black River Watershed Conference will be held on June 14, 2017 at View Arts Center in Old Forge. Sign in and continental breakfast begin at 8:30 a.m., with presentations from 9 … more
The American Red Cross has accepted 12,700 Girl Scout cookie boxes which they will donate to blood donors, Red Cross volunteers, first responders and armed forces personnel. Donors will receive the … more
WHITESBORO — On Sunday, June 4, 2017, cancer survivors from the Mohawk Valley as well as their family and friends are invited to gather with employees, medical staff and volunteers from the Mohawk … more
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