Daemen College Advanced Robotic-Assisted Rehabilitation Center

Daemen College’s Todd and Leslie Shatkin Institute for Mobility Innovation & Technology (IMIT) will open in Spring 2022, and represent the region’s most comprehensive advanced rehab facility. IMIT will help people with mobility and walking challenges

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“Breakthrough” COVID-19 Disease In Only 17% of Fully Vaccinated Residents

With these encouraging data and 69.3% of eligible adults having at least one dose of COVID-19 vaccine, ECDOH will shift vaccine outreach to mobile and pop-up vaccine sites. The Erie County Department of Health (ECDOH) is announcing the demobilization of its larger COVID-19 vaccination clinics at KeyBank

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What Seniors Should Know About Herbal Medicines

A lifelong commitment to healthy living can improve life expectancy and quality of life while reducing a person’s risk for various conditions and diseases, including cancer and heart disease. Healthy lifestyle choices, such as eating a nutritious diet and exercising regularly, can greatly reduce a person’s risk

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Ways to Incorporate More Blueberries Into Your Diet

Blueberries are touted as a superfood because they are full of antioxidants, vitamins, fiber, and phytosterols, which are micronutrients that can significantly lower LDL cholesterol and reduce the risk of heart disease.

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Vaccines at the Doctor’s Office are Encouraged

by Annette Pinder Knowing patients look to their trusted physicians for guidance concerning their health, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC), American Medical Association, Erie County Department of Health (ECDOH) and the WNY COVID Working Group are urging primary care providers to administer COVID-19 vaccines to

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The Health of Buffalo’s Immigrants, Refugees, and Migrants

Watch a television show on July 14 and 17 to learn about the physical, mental, and sociological health of immigrants and why it affects all of us by Annette Pinder Each day, thousands of migrants, asylum seekers, and refugees make the difficult decision to leave their countries

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Putting Down Roots in Western New York: Providence Farm Collective

By Shannon Traphagen “When you have seeds, you can be self-sufficient, and see those seeds grow into food. When you have your own food, you don’t have to ask other people, the government, or social services for help. You can grow your own roots,” says Oro, one

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Publisher’s Letter July 2021

While thinking about how my daily life choices impact my overall health and joyfulness, I came across the website lifehacks.org and found some great suggestions I thought I’d pass along. Decide what’s important to you. Whether it’s caring for your children, working on your career, volunteering, or

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Plants That Keep Bugs Away from Outdoor Living Spaces

Outdoor living spaces have become increasingly popular among homeowners, particularly over the past year. As social distancing guidelines issued in response to the COVID-19 pandemic encouraged people to stay home as much as possible, a desire for accessible, enjoyable outdoor spaces grew. A 2020 study of Google

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