Actress Kristie Alley Passes Away At 71

December 6, 2022

Sad news actress Kristie Alley passed away after her short battle with cancer. Kristie Alley was best known for her roles on the hit TV show “Cheers” from 1887-1993 and “Look Who’s Talking” movie series. Kristie Alley Children put up a post on social media about the actress passing. “We are sad to inform you […]

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Nick Cannon Hospitalized With Pneumonia

December 5, 2022

Nick Cannon reveals on social media he is laid up in the hospital battling with pneumonia. News came after a recently sold out New York city show of MTV presents Nick Cannon’s Wild ‘N’ Out. About 10 years ago Nick Cannon announced he’s dealing with lupus and that made him take his health more seriously. Prayers up […]

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Senator Schumer Calls For Nationwide Action Plan For RSV

December 4, 2022

As cases rise for RSV, there is a new push to relieve smaller hospitals and facilities in the Finger Lakes region dealing with an overload of respiratory illness. On Friday, Senator Chuck Schumer was in Penn Yan to call on the federal government to launch a nationwide action plan to handle the rise in RSV […]

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Another Reason To Love Wine, Could Prevent Memory Loss

December 2, 2022

Add wine to the list of thinks that can prevent memory loss. According to a study recently published in the American Academy of Neurology medical journal, consuming the flavonols, the antioxidants found in wine, can greatly slow the rate of cognitive decline. The study was conducted using 961 participants aged 60 to 100 for the Rush Memory and Aging […]

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Record Low Test Scores Nationwide For Students After Pandemic Remote Learning

November 28, 2022

COVID-19 pandemic pushed kids into remote learning and a lack of one-on-one instruction. Now the numbers are coming in on educations since then with record low test scores show our nation’s students are falling behind. Some parents are turning to tutors to help get their children back on track. According to tutors.com, on average, a […]

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RSV Causes Third Death in Monroe County

November 22, 2022

Please be careful during this time of year! According to recent data, a third person in Monroe County has died from respiratory syncytial virus (RSV). Health leaders are reminding everyone about the triple threat posed by RSV, the flu, and COVID-19 this holiday season. All three people who have died from RSV in Monroe County […]

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Win 200 Dollars – Art Contest

November 11, 2022

Did you know Rochester is among the worst performing cities in New York in terms of health equity? The goal of our art contest is to give students in grades K-12 a forum to share what health equity means to them and why it’s important. Enter here! bit.ly/OHERartcontest Students have until 11/25 to enter the URMC […]

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Aenon Missionary Baptist Church To Host Free Mammograms Event Saturday

November 8, 2022

The Rochester Regional Health Mobile Mammography Center will provide free breast x-rays from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. , Saturday, November 12 in the rear parking lot at Aenon Missionary Baptist Church, 175 Genesee Street. The mammogram service is open to the community without charge. No insurance is required. People may walk in without an appointment, however […]

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Reports Say Canandaigua’s Has Some Filthy Drinking Water After Being Tested

November 4, 2022

If you live in the Canandaigua area you probably should boil your water before consuming it after severe contamination levels were found in the district water. The water is at a maximum contaminant level violation of New York State sanitary code. If you can buy bottled water or make sure you filter the water and […]

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Queen Of Dancehall Spice Rumored To be In A Coma

November 3, 2022

There’s a rumor that reggae superstar and Queen of Dancehall Spice is allegedly in a coma after suffering from a heart attack. The singer has yet to  Denounce the rumor after Minister Marion Hall asked her fans to pray for on a Facebook live chat earlier this week. Spice did say last month she was […]

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