New York Governor Kathy Hochul appointed Common Ground Health CEO Wade Norwood to serve on a committee to advise on the state’s first-ever master plan on aging. The master plan will ensure older New Yorkers can live healthy, fulfilling lives while aging with dignity and independence.
Despite being viewed as an urban problem, homelessness is increasing in rural communities of the Finger Lakes region as well, according to a new Common Ground Health issue spotlight.
The CDC recently approved reformulated booster shots to further protect against COVID-19.
Sign language videos, text-to-speech technology, and larger font sizes attract diverse respondents
Local officials proclaimed September BIPOC/Black and Brown Senior Month during a ceremony Sept. 16 at City Hall.
Women and girls of color are invited to the annual A Call to Women of Color, which focuses on empowering women and girls of color to engage in conversation and promote healthy living among women.
The single biggest threat to the health care delivery system in New York state is the ability to attract and retain staff.
As students across the region prepare to return to school in September, parents are encouraged to make sure their children’s immunizations are up to date.
Residents of 12 counties can participate in survey aimed at improving health and well-being
Vaccines now authorized for children as young as six months
Area residents can learn how their health can affect their hair at a free in-person symposium.
School #17 families, residents of the JOSANA neighborhood, and a team of community partners* will join together on Saturday, May 14 to transform the intersection of Orange Street and Orchard Street as part of the Complete Streets Makeover project.