Do Employers Treat Moms Differently Than Dads?

Do Employers Treat Moms Differently Than Dads? by Lindy Korn According to a recent article in Law360, a former vice president of a large banking institution sued the bank in New York federal court for slashing her pay and ultimately firing her when she asked to work

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2022 Health Resolutions for Cancer Survivors

2022 Health Resolutions for Cancer Survivors Courtesy of Roswell Park Cancer Talk Blog With New Year’s resolutions fresh in our minds, February is the perfect time to reflect on ways to remain healthy all year long. Having cancer may have left you feeling not in control when

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UB Students Learn to Help Patients Make Healthy Choices

During ‘Food as Medicine’ intersession, UB students develop skills to help motivate patients to make healthier lifestyle choices In a partnership with BNMC, a UB program provides medical and dietetics students with tools aimed at boosting the health of Western New Yorkers in 2022 BUFFALO, N.Y. —

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UBMD Pediatrics Guidance to Parents On COVID-19 Vaccine

UBMD Pediatrics physicians issue guidance, urging parents to vaccinate their children against COVID-19 “Don’t wait to vaccinate,” warn pediatricians and specialists amid rising hospitalizations in the wake of the Omicron variant BUFFALO, NY – Physicians at UBMD Pediatrics and affiliated practices are urging parents to get their

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Univera Healthcare Appoints Cindy Langston as First Female Chief Information Officer

The Rochester-based health insurer that includes Univera Healthcare in Western New York has appointed Cindy Langston as senior vice president and chief information officer. The company is the largest nonprofit health insurer in upstate New York, and Langston is the first female chief information officer in its

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The Silent Pandemic: COVID-19’s Impact on Mental Health

By Peter Kates Forty-one percent of adults report struggling with mental health or substance use, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), which is up from 20 percent pre-COVID. Nearly one in three adults now report having symptoms of anxiety or depression.“Behind the masks,

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