Buffalo 60 Somethings: Age is Just a Number

Buffalo 60 Somethings: Age is Just a Number baby boomers to appear in 2021 buffalo calendar    Twelve Buffalo residents in their sixties have been chosen as “pin-ups” to appear in front of Buffalo landmarks on an exclusive 2021 calendar highlighting local activities, Medicare events, and health

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Bipolar Disorder Challenges

Bipolar Disorder Challenges Medications, Compliance, Side Effects By Helaine Sanders, LMSW, JD    I live with bipolar disorder (bipolar), a mental health condition that causes episodes of mania, depression, and severe mood swings that can result in serious consequences, including psychiatric hospitalization. Having lived with bipolar for the past 30 years, I can tell you that it’s not

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A Time of Remembrance – Grief and Loss amidst Winter’s Chill

A Time of Remembrance – Grief and Loss amidst Winter’s Chill By Abigail Unger   During periods of difficulty, distress or challenge we often seek comfort and solace in our interpersonal relationships and cherished community connections. During the holidays we are accustomed to finding ourselves surrounded by

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A Partnership for Better Health

A Partnership for Better Health by Annette Pinder   The Erie County Department of Health (ECDOH) has partnered with Planned Parenthood of Central and Western New York (PPCWNY) to provide mobile clinical services at 608 William Street. “In March, we made an immediate decision to suspend most

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Recover, Reconnect, Reclaim – About the Cover Model

Recover, Reconnect, Reclaim About the Cover Model By Annette Pinder   Originally from Virginia near Washington DC, Amy Hartl attended Mary Washington College, majored in English literature, and pursued many interests before becoming an oncological massage and lymphatic drainage therapist. Amy was drawn to working with women

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