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The City of Rochester launched a new program at R-Centers to address the social, and emotional needs of young people and their families. Child and family therapists along with social learning specialists have been added to the staff at some R-Centers. They will be able to intervene with children who are having issues and try […]

On July 6th New York State just passed a new labor law protecting nurses when it comes to overtime. The state of New York will no longer allow mandatory overtime for nurses there will be some exceptions to this new rule. These exceptions include, Unforeseen emergencies Disasters Situations where patient safety necessitates overtime, such as […]

Gates Chili Central School District has initiated efforts to make sure every child is supplied with nutritious meals throughout the summer. The district kicked off its no-cost summer meal service for all district children. Gates Chili Middle School will be serving breakfast on weekdays until August 11, between 8 and 8:30 am, and lunch will […]

Unhealthy air quality is back. Monroe County Executive Adam Bello announced free protective masks will be made available to residents at area libraries and Department of Motor Vehicles Offices as smoke and haze from Canadian wildfires continues to affect air quality throughout our region. County Executive Bello partnered with County Clerk Jamie Romeo to make masks […]

Wildfires in Canada have caused a fresh wave of smoke to descend on the region of Rochester. The Environmental Protection Agency has indicated that the Air Quality Index in the area exceeded 150 yesterday morning, which implies that breathing conditions were unsafe, particularly for those who are more vulnerable. To combat this, Monroe County has […]

According to news reports they’re saying limb lengthening is becoming popular among men. The story comes out after a Georgia man paid $80,000  for surgery to become 6 inches taller after his crush crushed his heart because he was too short for her. I think this procedure is dangerous, what if you have completions like […]

New York state department of health is doing its 8th HIV self-testing give away campaign. The statewide campaign will go from June 26th through August 6th. Data shows 112,000 people in New York State are living with HIV and thousands more have no idea of their status. ‘HIV Self-Test Giveaway Campaign,’ free testing for New […]

Sunrise Growers Inc, a subsidiary of SunOpta Inc, has voluntarily recalled certain frozen fruit items. The recall concerns pineapple supplied by a third-party that may be tainted with listeria monocytogenes. Listeria monocytogenes, an organism known to potentially cause severe, and occasionally fatal, infections in young children, the elderly, and individuals with compromised immune systems, is […]

Depression and feelings of hopelessness have skyrocketed among teens, social media could be the reason why. Nearly half of teens say they agree with phrases like “I can’t do anything right,” “I do not enjoy life” and “My life is not useful” — roughly twice as many as did just a decade ago. The poll, […]

Assemblyman Demond Meeks and Assemblyman Harry Bronson will join Field & Fork Network and Foodlink to announce state funding totaling $2 million for Double Up Food Bucks NY to expand access to fresh fruits and vegetables for low-income residents. Double Up Food Bucks NY is a nutrition incentive program that matches SNAP funds $1 for […]

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