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Emily Delnicki was in her sophomore year in a New York City college when she woke up one morning with the worst stomach pain in her life. "I had no idea what was going on," she said. "My roommate wasn't there. I could barely stand up. I felt so sick." The Williamsville native did what most students do when something goes wrong away from home. She called her mom. D…

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It's tick season and it seems like we hear about Lyme disease everyday. I live in a very wooded area which means I worry all the time. I thought I was being a bit of a worry-wart, so I asked our pediatrician. It turns out she worries, too. Dr. Jennifer Miller is on staff at Western New York Pediatrics and she's also a mom. "I have three kids of my own and I worry about …

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Baby, it's cold outside. And babies, of course are tiny, fragile and need the most protection from the chill. That being said, those heavy, bulky coats might be even more dangerous to your baby and small children, than the elements. That is why experts are reminding parents of some very important information concerning your children and their car seats. New York State P…

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Every week that Darrelle Revis gets beat makes the whispers grow a little louder. Is he finished as a cornerback? Is it time? Revis caused a stir this offseason by openly discussing a potential move from cornerback to safety, which several players have done to extend their careers. Revis stopped short of putting a timetable on the transition, and no one seemed to …