SUNY Upstate doctor discusses quality of life of patients after bariatric surgery, and how surgery helps with other conditions such as diabetes and sleep
By George W. Chapman Faced with continually rising healthcare premiums and costs, many large employers like Walmart are receiving a lot of press for
Bryony Grealish of Syracuse thrives as a cooking coach despite being born with just one finger in each hand (and one toe in each
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By JC Trussell, MD Marijuana (cannabis) is the most commonly used drug in the world, with an estimated annual prevalence of 3.8% of the
By Eudene Harry, MD We have all felt it. After lunchtime, you’re lethargic, tired and constantly checking the clock waiting for the day to
Forging a New Life on Your Own By Gwenn Voelckers For some women, living alone in mid-to-later life is a welcome change, especially if
By Melissa Stefanec MelissaStefanec@yahoo.com Recently, I came across an interesting toy advertisement. It showed a little girl happily tinkering with a 14-piece carpenter’s set.
By Deborah Jeanne Sergeant For many children, their desired career changes on a whim. These two women always felt a strong pull towards nursing.
By Eva Briggs Last week I brought my dog to the vet for his annual checkup. Boomer is in great shape for a 12-year-old