Salute to vets

Mental health clinic to open at Veteran’s Outreach Center

New era in healthcare approaches

MVHS hospital planned for downtown Utica draws controversy

Excellus BCBS to offer new health plan

Household income, size determine eligibility for affordable health coverage

Walk the walk

US Surgeon General launches campaign with national call to action on walking

Meet Your Doctor: Nicholas Qandah

Nicholas Qandah, DO, is a fellowship-trained neurosurgeon who
specializes in both orthopedics and neurosurgery. In August, he joined Mohawk Valley Health System’s Neuro Sciences Group/Neurosurgical Specialists Office, 86 Genesee St., New Hartford, and is the only
neurosurgeon in the area. He recently spoke with In Good Health senior writer Patricia J. Malin about his career.


You can control aging process

Surprising things that make you look, feel older

Tricycle built for health

Army veteran takes to the road in effort to fight diabetes

Is Alzheimer’s inevitable?

Experts search for ways to protect against this crippling disease

10 early signs, symptoms of Alzheimer’s

Memory loss that disrupts daily life may be a symptom of Alzheimer’s or another dementia. Alzheimer’s is a brain disease that causes a slow decline in memory, thinking and reasoning skills. There are 10 warning signs and symptoms. Every individual may experience one or more of these signs in different degrees. If you notice any of them, see a doctor.

  Holiday Season  

Best holiday season ever!!

Here’s how to make it one to remember


Transplanting Hope

Young child receives new kidney thanks to aunt’s kindness

Could “The Martian’s” Scientist Survive on Potatoes Alone?

According to plant scientists from the Crop Science Society of America (CSSA), growing potatoes in a lab situation was a very good idea, but bringing along just a few ounces of bean seeds

Savvy Senior

Jim Miller looks at “How to Find a Better Medicare Prescription Drug Plan”

Smart Bites

Anne Palumbo show you how to “Reach for Nutritious Leeks”

Healthcare in A Minute

George W. Chapman discuses concerns of contemporary healthcare