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Did you know you have the right to your medical records? But can you see all the records? And what about cost to obtain a copy? Dr. Joseph Sellers is the president of the Medical Society of the State of New York, and he's here with answers.
The National Alliance on Mental Illness is the nation's largest grassroots organization for people with mental illness and their families. Founded in 1979, there are affiliates in every state, including New York. It provides support to family and friends of individuals with mental illness and persons living with mental illnesses.
In our pandemic world, it's well documented that cases of mental illness have risen, making the ...
As the delta variant of the COVID virus continues sweeping across the country, the pressure mounts to get more people vaccinated. But how to get those opposed onboard? Dr. Joseph Sellers is the new president of the Medical Society of the State of New York -- and that's part of his mission. He's joins me now.
When children battle life-threatening conditions, the strain on the family can be tremendous. For decades, the Ronald McDonald House in Albany has been a refuge for them -- providing housing and meals and supporting the families, so they can support their child. Now they have another place to spend time to recharge -- the Krantz Cottage in Lake George. Ronald McDonald House CEO Dr. David Jacobsen joins me to talk about it.
Crohn's Disease is an inflammatory disease that can affect any part of the gastrointestinal tract. It can be mild to severe. Crohn's can occur at any age, but often is diagnosed between ages 15 to 35. As many as 780,000 people may be affected in the United States. One of the big questions they ask is what can I eat to control this? A new study sheds light on what may be the best diet. Dr. Robert Gianotti, a gastroenterolog...
Races of all distances were converted to virtual events during the height of the pandemic. As much as runners love to run, part of the allure of racing is to be with others. Racing has returned and that means the Freihofer's Run for Women is back -- although now it's a late summer event. In addition, there's a training program. Race director Kristin Hislop joins me.
That school kids struggled during the pandemic has been well detailed. For children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, the challenges were even greater. What can we do to help them during the summer months prepare for the next school year? Dr. Theresa Cerulli is a neuropsychiatrist specializing in ADHD through her practice and position on the staff at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston. She's also mom to...
Aging can bring physical challenges. Now compound that with a diagnosis of Parkinson’s disease. A number of programs have been developed to help keep this population moving, including dance and boxing. A new program done virtually has emerged called Coach Me Strong. Co-creator of the program Jeff Seckendorf.
As the delta variant of the COVID-19 virus continues to span the globe, now there’s a super delta variant. What does that mean and will the current vaccines protect against it? Dr. Eli Rosenberg, associate professor of epidemiology at UAlbany is my guest.
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