With 2017 set to be a huge year for Lyme, and June and July the worst months for infections, it’s important to know what we’re up against.
While affordable access to health care for adults remains elusive, it’s heartening to know New York’s program for children will remain regardless of what happens in Washington.
One of the key facts of life over the age of 50 is the need to get colonoscopies every ten years, and on an even more regular schedule as one ages over 65.
The number of participants ranges from 80-100. Organizers estimate that about half of the supporters are from families affected by the disease.
Tips for getting the best insurance coverage in the individual market.
A local healthcare provider and a major regional insurer have settled a contract dispute that threatened to disrupt health services for hundreds of area residents.
Three years after the state adopted a law enabling the use of medical marijuana, some 900 doctors are prescribing cannabis oil to more than 5,000 patients. But state health officials and lawmakers on both sides of the aisle say that more can — and should — be done to make the treatment more widely available.
Some people, by the very nature of their professions, cross paths regularly with the despondent en route to harming themselves, and have thus acquired some useful intervention skills that they can share with others. One such person will be coming to SUNY New Paltz on Tuesday, April 4.
Against a backdrop of confusion, doubt and controversy surrounding the future of healthcare in America, HealthAlliance of Ulster County is hoping to break ground in June on almost $90 million worth of new construction at its Mary’s Avenue and Broadway campuses.
Stats provided by the Ulster Regional Gang Enforcement Narcotics Team show 134 total overdoses last year: 26 fatal and 108 non-fatal.