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$3.1 Million Renovation at St. Mary’s Benefits Care for Ob/Gyn, Pediatric, Homeless Patients

Patti Singerpattisinger@minorityreporter.net Residents in southwest Rochester, an area chronically lacking in health services, will be...

Eating For You and Billions Others: How Healthy Choices Affect the Planet

You’ve likely heard that eating more fruits and vegetables is good for you, but can it also be good for the planet? Dr. Colleen...

Free Bike Fest Encourages Minority Women to Ride Again

Patti Singerpattisinger@minorityreporter.net If the expression, “It’s like riding a bike” is true, women who haven’t...

How Can Parents, School Staff Talk to Each Other Better

What’s the best way for parents to communicate with their children’s teachers and school health staff? What can families and...

Adams Street R-Center Hosts Lifeguard Training

The city and the American Red Cross have scheduled an accelerated certified lifeguard training class at the Adams Street R-Center, 85 Adams...

Jordan Executive Explains Fines Levied Against Health Center

By Patti Singerpattisinger@minorityreporter.net Anthony L. Jordan Health Center was fined $13,000 by the federal Occupational Safety and...

African Americans, Latinos Needed as Blood Donors

About half of all African Americans and more than half the Latino population in the United States have type O blood, which the American Red...

Trillium Health Upgrades Clinic Waiting Area to Serve Growing Patient Population

Trillium Health, which provides care regardless of an individual’s ability to pay, announced in May the completed expansion and...

Excellus Awards Money to Nonprofits Promoting City, Regional Health

Nonprofits providing programs that educate more African American women about breast cancer, help children read, support teen mothers and...

Cutting-Edge Program Aimed to Stem Prescription Drug Abuse in New York Now in Limbo

African-Americans among those who may feel the most immediate consequences  By Hazel Trice Edney – Six years ago, public health...