St. Peter’s is hosting Journey Through The Body© on Friday, April 8, from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. and Saturday, April 9, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. at Crossgates Mall. [...]
March is Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month, which makes it an ideal time to discuss the importance of screening and early detection in the treatment of colorectal cancer. [...]
Eddy Visiting Nurse Association, in partnership with St. Peter’s Health Partners Medical Associates, offers a Home Visiting Physician/Nurse Practioner program to address the care needs of homebound, chronically ill, and at-risk populations in their homes. [...]
Educating ourselves about the roles of diet, emotional state, spiritual purpose, exercise, quality of life and stress can divert pain before it has the chance to emerge in our bodies. [...]
The magnetic attraction between teenagers and their smart phones has been well-documented. But is that electronic love affair affecting teens' sleep and health?
As many as 75 percent of Americans rely on coffee to get moving every single day. And the average coffee drinker consumes a little more than three cups a day to get their caffeine fix. But is it good for you? [...]
With the New York State Department of Health announcement that influenza activity is currently prevalent in New York state, taking the necessary precautions to avoid the respiratory illness is critical. [...]
Seniors are generally more vulnerable to tooth decay and gum disease, in part because of many commonly used medications that cause dry mouth. This lack of saliva makes the mouth susceptible to infections and decay.
The pets we share our world with provide love, comfort, and companionship. And the bond between people and their pets has been shown to increase fitness, lower stress, and bring happiness to their owners.
Chest pain can occur from a number of causes including heartburn, muscle strain, a sports injury, or asthma. When in doubt, assume the pain is related to your heart until proven otherwise, especially if you are experiencing pain that you have never felt before.