Director of research at Hematology-Oncology Associates: One of the jobs of Hematology-Oncology Associates’ physician is to bring cancer clinical trials to CNY. He talks
The State of Opioid Abuse — How Bad Is It?
Deaths by overdose still going up year after year By Deborah Jeanne Sergeant Three years ago, area experts could only guess the effects of
Nearly 2 Million New Cases of Cancer Expected in 2023
American Cancer Society states we will likely see about 609,820 deaths as a result of cancer. Local experts discuss ways to keep cancer at
5 Things You Need to Know About Kidney Disease
By Ernst Lamothe Jr. It’s a condition that arises gradually but can cause tremendous pain and affect quality of life. Chronic kidney disease, also
New CEO of St. Joseph’s Health Still Helps Out in the ER
By Norah Machia When the clock struck midnight this past New Year’s Eve, Steven D. Hanks officially became the new president and chief executive
Andrey Moyko, M.D.
Crouse Hospital’s ER doctor: Flu, RSV, COVID-19, “It’s been a little bit crazy recently” Q: What’s the state of your ER now? Are you
5 Things You Should Know About Heart Health
By Ernst Lamothe Jr. For decades, one health ailment continues to dominate as the most severe. Heart disease is the leading cause of death
Should You Take Vitamin D?
A recent article by the Cleveland Clinic states that people who are healthy and not undergoing treatments for health problems should not bother taking
Meet Dr. Kathryn Anderson, the New Health Commissioner in Onondaga County
The physician arrived in Syracuse to work at Upstate four months before COVID-19 hit. The pandemic put her on a different professional path By
Heart Attack vs. Cardiac Arrest
How to spot, and what to do You’ve heard the terms “heart attack” and “cardiac arrest,” but do you really know what they mean?