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The goal is to alleviate pain and other symptoms for ill patients.
The program provides money to New Yorkers age 60 and over to purchase locally grown fruits and vegetables.
14% of those infected do not not know they have they have HIV.
The move legalizes the medical use of the drug.
The goal is to have a room designated for breastfeeding in each building owned, leased, or operated by Monroe County.
News 8's Kevin Doran spoke with the CEO of East House as well as the Vice President of RIT to hear how the organization is helping people locally.
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The 4 week event urged participants to "know their numbers."
Mark Gruba talks with Amy Nadelen of Tribe Wellness on how eating locally can help both the local economy as well as provide you with the freshest foods possible.
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The life threatening respiratory infection originated in the Middle East.
The information provided from their birth parents would give them a better chance to screen for cancer and other hereditary conditions.
With prom season arriving, teenagers are flocking to tanning salons to look pretty. News 8's Kevin Doran spoke with Dr. Brett Shulman from Rochester General Health System Dermatology.
A look at the stories affecting your health.
There's a program that helps uninsured people get life-saving cancer screenings, but not a lot of people know about it. Now there's a major push to get the word out about the Cancer Services Progam, at a time when demand for its services is high.
You can also nominate someone. Winners get $500 donated to the organization of their choice.
A new study by the New York State Health Foundation shows that about one-third of enrollees in the state's public health insurance programs, including Child Health Plus, Family Health Plus, and Medicaid lose their coverage because they fail to complete the annual re certification process.
Nearly half of New York residents say they're either somewhat or very overweight, according to a new poll.
A Buffalo researcher has determined the structure of a biochemical substance that leads to a large majority of breast cancer tumors.
The message is clear from the state level to the federal level. Its time that medical records go electronic.
As cold & flu season nears it's peak, prescription relief is free at the Rochester-based supermarket chain.
News 8s Ali Touhey reports on 25 varieties pulled from store shelves.
Asthma is the #1 reason children are taken to the emergency room.
Rochester ranks toward the top of two new rankings of health and fitness.
An anonymous family has made a huge donation to Thompson Hospital.
News 8s Elizabeth Harness reports how you can keep your skin healthy on a budget.
News 8s Bob Metcalfe was at the American Cancer Society headquarters on Thursday morning.
News 8 medical reporter Elizabeth Harness reports on what it could mean for Rochester.
News 8s Elizabeth Harness reports on what was once a controversial technique.
News 8s Elizabeth Harness reports that 7 out of 10 prescriptions is generic - why thats good news.
News 8s Elizabeth Harness reports that the hospital is reaching out.
News 8s Katrina Irwin was joined by Dr. Jeff Harp on Sunrise Thursday morning.
A staggering 23.8 million people in the United States - 8% of the population - have diabetes.
News 8s Jecoliah Ellis reports that the CTSB will mean jobs and medical advances.
Elderly people may do better with a big dose of flu vaccine.
News 8s Meghan Backus reports on some buzzworthy Halloween candy.
David Paterson said hes working on a more efficient way to eliminate lead in children's toys.
News 8s Elizabeth Harness reports on a new study.
Bowling alleys in Auburn & Batavia to participate.