WNY Refresh Editor
I have covered a variety beats and editor positions in South Florida, Syracuse and, since 2004, my home Buffalo Niagara region. Since 2013, I've been editor of WNY Refresh, which focuses on health, fitness, nutrition and family life.
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The 10.15% positive test rate for Western New York was the highest in the state, and nearly six times greater than the lowest region, New York City.
“Through these collaborative projects, we can maximize our efforts and creative thinking to better recognize and support the caregiver community,” said Ken Genewick of the Health Foundation for Western & Central New York.
Exercise is a not-so-secret ingredient for better health and wellness any time of year.
Here are some tips from mental health counselors for a healthier, more meaningful holiday.
“Be somebody who knows what you're eating and knows how much you're eating,” says Carol DeNysschen, professor and chair of the Department of Health, Nutrition and Dietetics at SUNY Buffalo State.
The Alzheimer’s Association believes its 24-hour helpline could be busier still with calls from people concerned that the physical and cognitive skills of older friends and family members have worsened.
Dr. Renier Brentjens returned to Buffalo in September as deputy director of Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center.
Michael Meade will skate to honor and remember a grandmother, cousin and other loved ones, but particularly his brother, Jim, who had muscular dystrophy and developmental delays.
Throngs have gathered regularly since in the 850-seat beer hall opened.