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ACL Injuries, Prevention Topic of June 5 Talk »
May 23, 2013
Join experts from the University of Rochester Medical Center's Department of Orthopaedics for a free educational event and demonstration at the Eastside YMCA, Penfield.
The importance of organ donation – or sharing the gift of life – will be highlighted during the Harbor House benefit dinner, “And the Beat Goes On…,” Saturday, June 15, at the Doubletree Inn in Henrietta.
Women who live in poverty experience high rates of depression, but typical treatment plans don’t work well for many of them. Not only does this have a negative impact on their lives, it can also affect their children – who may experience related health and behavioral problems. In response, a research team at...
Golisano Children’s Hospital is honored to recognize some of its key supporters at this year’s annual Miracle Luncheon. The luncheon celebrates those who have volunteered their time and given donations to support our patients, programs, and new building.
Kick off your summer with the 6th annual barbeque and music festival. Roc City Rib Fest, which supports Golisano Children's Hospital at the University of Rochester Medical Center, features 10 food vendors, 23 live bands, and fun for the whole family.
Playing Through the Pain - of Two Brain Tumors »
May 20, 2013
An active student, Courtney Wagner was experiencing terrible headaches. A CT scan and MRI revealed she had two brain tumors, an extremely unusual situation for a child. Through it all, Courtney's competitive spirit helped her cope. She is now back to her routine of attending school regularly and playing sports.
- Psychology Today cited Marsha Wittink’s research showing physicians are still divided when faced with their own terminal illness. Some prefer extensive intervention and others do not.
- John Treanor told NBC News that the U.S. has been lucky so far in dodging the latest flu pandemic.
- The Huffington Post carried Kathy Hoeger’s comments regarding a study that suggested a low-carb, high-protein diet may increase fertility. She said more study is needed.