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Get Moving! Even a Little Exercise Makes a Difference

Good news, weekend warriors: New research suggests that even less-frequent exercise has noticeable health benefits. UR Medicine Sports Medicine expert Dr. Gregg Nicandri offers advice to help get you moving.

Living with Metastatic Breast Cancer

Living with Metastatic Breast Cancer

Although metastatic breast can cause death, improvements in treatment options are allowing many people to live a number of years comfortably after an MBC diagnosis. Breast cancer expert Dr. Alissa Huston shares some tips for coping with MBC.

10/28/2016
Q and A: Understanding Metastatic Breast Cancer

Q and A: Understanding Metastatic Breast Cancer

Metastatic breast cancer is cancer that started in the breast but has spread to and proliferated in other parts of the body, such as the bone, liver, lung or brain. Wilmot Cancer Institute’s Dr. Alissa Huston explains how it happens and how it's treated.

10/11/2016
Time Out: Why You Need a Break from Exercise

Time Out: Why You Need a Break from Exercise

We’re often told to fit more exercise into our busy lives, but what about making time to rest between workouts? Certified Athletic Trainer Cameron Apt explains why rest doesn’t just feel good, it also helps your body get the maximum benefit from exercise.

10/10/2016
Heads Up: Don’t Stay in the Game after Concussion

Heads Up: Don’t Stay in the Game after Concussion

Fortunately, serious sports injuries are rare, but concussions remain a concern among players, coaches, trainers, and families. UR Medicine expert Dr. Jeff Bazarian shares important new information on concussions that has emerged from research in the past year.

10/4/2016
Fact Check: Breast Cancer and Nutritional Supplements

Fact Check: Breast Cancer and Nutritional Supplements

Can nutritional supplements play a role in breast cancer prevention and treatment? Wilmot Cancer Institute’s Dr. Luke Peppone shares information and advice for women with a history of breast cancer.

10/3/2016