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Finger Lakes Community College helps staff prepare for retirement
Ontario County Office for the Aging offers support class for caregivers
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With results at your fingertips, MyChart delivers convenience and care
The service makes doctor's visits more convenient and accessible
Summer might be coming to an end, but the fun doesn't have to
How to choose the perfect plant for your home
What you should know when it's time for a new bar or bottle
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Giving new life to your leftovers can save you a pretty penny
How do the products we use affect our health and the environment? Explore the options and understand your impact.
The warning signs of elder abuse often aren’t obvious, but there are steps you can take to prevent it
Why parents need guidelines and boundaries in the age of technology
When the Teamanns received a medical bill for more than $5,000, they turned to Lytle EAP Partners to get help appealing the charge.
Enter the gardening world of Angelo Ercolamento, a 58-year-old Irondequoit resident who loves to garden, and is blind. It’s not as hard as the sighted might think, Ercolamento says.
Lindsay Tersmette uses essential oils to support her overall health and mental clarity, and to elevate her moods.
Two Westinghouse engineers share why they use aromatherapy for relaxation and healing and what changed them from skeptics to believers.
You may not know it, but those old bulbs, broken electronics and unused medications can be recycled.
Westinghouse safety experts for tips on how to be more prepared at home and on the road.
The secret to helping fidgety kids release some of their energy.
Many are turning to aromatherapy for relaxation and healing, but is it as effective as they say? The experts weigh in.
For many people, focusing on making something creative can focus thoughts and help you feel good.
It can be tough to make it through winter, see how Thompson Health’s associate wellness coordinator Randy Jacque and nurse Tina Culver say you can tolerate the cold, and even enjoy the frosty months.
Green living experts say you can get cheaper—and even better—natural beauty products by creating effective and earth-friendly products of your own.
How clean are your new clothes? Many clothes on store racks are ridden with dyes and chemicals, to prevent wrinkles, to keep clothes looking bright and to keep them from decaying in transit. They may also be downright dirty from people who’ve tried them on. Read why why we might need to wash before we wear.
Ever taken a close look at those bottles in the bathroom, skimmed through the long list of chemicals and wondered what, exactly, you’re putting on your skin and hair?
Social media makes it easier than ever to donate and raise money. Learn how a few clicks can help you reach your fundraising goals.
You don't need to turn to pesticides and chemicals to defend your home and pets against fleas. Environmentally-conscious methods can protect both your pet and the planet.
Before you dig in to spring gardening, experts explain the basics of planning, planting, and maintaining a garden as well as the health benefits of gardening.
Your mind boggles at the potential of all the fresh produce that comes along with your CSA subscription. now, what are you supposed to do with it? About one-quarter of the CSA customers at Pinckney’s Produce drop their subscriptions every year because they don’t know what to do with the vegetables in their share, says owner urbie West. Sometimes people don’t even recognize the veggies in their bag. Don’t let a little thing like lack of knowledge stand in your way. Many CSAs offer tips and ideas through newsletters and recipe cards. Get online, ask some friends and experiment to find recipes that make your vegetables into super sides and even stars of the table. Here are some recipes and ideas to think outside the bushel.
Driven by a desire for healthier food that leaves less of an impact on the environment, farmers markets and produce subscriptions are spreading like sweet potato vine.
A lot of women, it seems, have a dirty little secret tucked away in a dresser drawer.