ER doctor from Eastern Niagara Hospital earns Unsung Heroes recognition, discusses ‘scary’ early days of COVID-19 days when she was afraid to go to
Art at Roswell Park Helps People Battle Cancer
By Jane Schmitt Walk through Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center and you’ll see walls adorned with extraordinary artwork meant to comfort patients, inspire visitors
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 By Deborah Jeanne Sergeant In January, the American
Q&A with Veayla Williams
PAWNY president says that there is a need to diversify the field of psychology and that stigma attached to mental health therapy is still
Erie County, Tops to Distribute Free Kits for Colorectal Cancer Screening
The Erie County Cancer Services Program (CSP) will distribute FIT kits at nearly two dozen Tops Friendly Markets locations throughout the month of March
My First Colonoscopy
The night before: hunger pains, boredom and gas By Daniel Meyer Three people who I knew died last year from colon cancer. In one
The Pandemic Is Over!
By George W. Chapman Well, not really. The administration has declared an end to the public health epidemic as of this May. The government
The Power of Faith: One Woman’s Spiritual Journey
Life after a divorce or the death of a spouse can leave you reeling and wondering about practically everything — your judgment, your future,
Could You Have a Thyroid Problem and Not Know It?
By Jim Miller If your thyroid is out of whack, it can cause a number of health issues that can be tricky to detect