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Zika and You

Zika and You

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‘Frequent fliers’

Risk and cost are high ROCHESTER — Someone needing a Band Aid or a soda out of a...

Myths about Cohabitation

New Study Disproves Three We’re currently in the midst of National Marriage Week (Feb....

“Supersized” dummies

Is “bigger” better? CNN reports that “at the University of Michigan,...

Prenatal pot use risky

Medical Groups Advise Against Prenatal Cannabis Use Due To Links To Cognitive...

URMC Video Stories

Watch URMC’s Super Bowl Ads As the Atlanta Falcons and New England Patriots take...

Medical Marijuana?

NY Physicians Reluctant To Prescribe Medical Marijuana As Alternative To Opioids For...

Population Health

What does the future hold? In a series of article on Population Health this week in...

High Prices for Drugs With Generic Alternatives

The Curious Case of Duexis Aaron Hakim, MS and Joseph S. Ross, MD, MHS JAMA Intern Med....

HPV high in men

The first national estimate suggests that nearly half of US men have genital infections...

Vaccine Controversy?

Benefits are a matter of fact I have started, scratched out and even abandoned the...

Teen Virginity Beneficial

The sexual choices and values our young people hold have real-life consequences far...

“Mommy brain”

Pregnancy may change mom’s brain for years afterward According to an article in this...

Statins and Alzheimer’s

Regular Use Of Statins May Be Associated With Reduced Risk For Alzheimer’s, Study...

Overdose deaths rising

Opioid-Related Deaths at All-Time High The Washington Post (12/8, Ingraham) reports data...

Who is Tom Price?

10 Things to know about HHS Secretary designate Tom Price By Medical Economics...

Celebrating success

CMMI program celebrated The success of FLHSA’s Centers for Medicare and Medicaid...

Penalize doctors?

Moving Toward Outcome Measures by Leigh Page As physician payment begins to shift to...

GNOC Banquet

A Town and Gown Celebration Thursday evening a group of us who serve at Joy Family...

An interesting mystery

Study Suggests Placebo Benefits CNN (10/27, Scutti) reports that findings from “a new...

Heart Failure Risk

NSAIDs Increase Heart Failure Risk A research study recently published in the British...

Churches can help

A new video shows how Rochester churches have inspired members to eat healthier, get...

EHR devours MD time

A new AMA-supported study found that physicians spend far more time working on...

CCHF Highlights HBHS

Summer Newsletter 2016 Check out this summer’s edition of the CCHF newsletter,...

NHSC Opportunities

New NHSC Poster Available! The NHSC has created a new poster to highlight its...

FQHC Application is in!

After 3 months of prodigious work by our dedicated Federally Qualified Health Center...

Zika Virus Update

What You Need to Know Click here to read an updated 2016 flyer from the Medical Society...

Obesity on the rise

Americans are fatter than ever, CDC survey finds The results are in from the one of the...

2016 CCHF Conference

Renewing the Vision We’re on our way back from a wonderful gathering of dedicated...

LGBTQ?

L stands for lesbians – women whose primary emotional, romantic, sexual, or affectional...

Family Medicine Awards

The Rochester Chapter of the American Academy of Family Practice held its annual awards...

Too many ER visits?

Too many ER visits? A new study shows millions of New Yorkers are overusing hospital...

Minority Health Month

Taking care of yourself and your loved ones is the first step towards good health. That...

Love symptoms

How your body reacts when you fall in love Butterflies in your stomach, a racing...

Colon Cancer

Preventable. Treatable. Beatable. Each year nearly 137,000 people are diagnosed with...

Outdated Medicine?

Earlier this month the Washington Post ran an article by Dr. Jerald Winakur entitled...