A Heavenly Experience!

by Shannon Traphagen Imagine being transported to Polynesia in the time it takes to get to The Spa at Seneca Niagara Resort and Casino or the Spa at Seneca Allegany Resort and Casino, and depending upon where you are coming from in Western New York, it won’t

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Do you understand the ingredients in your natural nutritional supplements?

National Public Health Week is April 3-9 (http://www.nphw.org/). With Public Health Week just around the corner, it might be time to think about what’s in those natural nutritional supplements you are taking? If you are asking these questions—good for you! If you’re not, you should be. When

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Meals Made Easy

By Shannon Traphagen You’ve heard of Blue Apron and Hello Fresh–food delivery services that offer prepared ingredients and meal ideas right to your door. Meal prep services have grown in size and quality over the last five years. According to the Restaurant Association, 60% of Americans use

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A Game Changer for Prostate Cancer Screening

By Raja S. Cheruvu, M.D. Other than lung cancer, prostate cancer is the most common cancer in American men. The American Cancer Society estimates 180,890 new cases and 26,120 deaths from prostate cancer each year. Fortunately, screening and early detection of prostate cancer is saving lives. Today,

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A Healthy Place to Work is a Great Place to Work

By Shannon Traphagen With over 4,000 employees, workplace wellness at Seneca Resort and Casino isn’t just a New Year’s resolution, it’s a lifestyle—a lifestyle more corporations across the nation are taking seriously. In 2015, Seneca Gaming Corporation was ranked 17th in the country as one of the

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What’s in Your Garden?

By Shannon Traphagen Flower gardens can turn an ordinary area into a cornucopia of color or create a border that pops. Whether you choose an easy to manage perennial or a particularly stubborn annual, growing flowers is a rewarding addition to any yard or landscape. However, our WNY

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An Education on Beef!

By Shannon Traphagen As someone who does not eat a lot of red meat, I gained an extensive education about the health benefits of red meat–particularly beef. The Rochester and Western NY Board of Directors of the American Heart Association (AHA) had its annual end of the

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Drugmakers Must Stop Their Pricing Games

  By Art Wingerter Drug spending in the U.S. approached $300 billion in 2014, up by more than $30 billion over the previous year. That jump in spending didn’t go unnoticed. Seventy-seven percent of respondents to a recent Kaiser Family Foundation poll said that the high cost

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