By Anne Palumbo The desire for “clean eating” consumes many of us in January. After weeks of indulging in rich holiday foods, we’re anxious
By Jim Miller Dear Savvy Senior, How do I go about changing or canceling a person’s social media accounts when they die? My sister
Men also need to keep bones strong, however women’s already smaller bones can get even weaker, especially as estrogen levels dip because of menopause
By Jana Eisenberg Over 40% of Buffalo residents are on Medicaid, the federally funded healthcare program that covers people because of their low-income status
By Lucy Connery January marks the end of the holiday season, the beginning of a new year, and is often thought to be a
By Jim Miller Everyone knows winter is cold and flu season, but many don’t know that it’s also the prime season for heart attacks
By Kimberly Blaker The medical field has long known people are more prone to catching colds and the flu during the cold winter months.
CEO, Restoration Society, Inc. By Michael J. Billoni Nancy Singh has been with Restoration Society, Inc. since 1991 and has served as its chief
By Deborah Jeanne Sergeant You may not be an elite athlete or professional sports player; however, scaling back or eliminating the meat and other
By Katie Coleman Winter is here in all of its stillness, beauty and harshness. We’re hunkering down and entering survival mode until spring comes.