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Yesterday, Senator Chuck Schumer visited the Upper Falls neighborhood to push the federal government to send funding to Rochester to plant 6,000 new trees in parts of the city suffering from the declining tree canopy. Senator Schumer stated: “Too many neighborhoods are stuck in what you’d call concrete deserts without green space. The beauty of […]

On Tuesday, state Attorney General Letitia James announced she has secured agreements from the nation’s largest insulin manufacturers, Eli Lilly and Company, and Sanofi-Aventis U.S. LLC, to cap the price of insulin at $35 per monthly prescription for uninsured New Yorkers for five years. AG James stated: “Lifesaving medication should be affordable and accessible for […]

Following a recent incident in which a rabid fox attacked six individuals in a Brighton community, the animal control division of the Brighton Police Department has partnered with the New York Department of Environmental Conservation. Law enforcement officials had to euthanize the rabid fox after the attacks. However, residents and victims are concerned that there […]

R&B superstar Toni Braxton opened up about her heart surgery where doctors had to help un-break her broken heart after having a clogged main artery that was blocking 80% of her heart which doctors believed was related to Lupus back in 2022.

A 13-year-old in Ohio has died after “he took a bunch of Benadryl,” trying a dangerous TikTok challenge that’s circulating online. According to a CNN affiliate and a GoFundMe account from his family, the teen was participating in a TikTok challenge with some friends at home when he ingested the antihistamine, and was on a […]

According to a study on the growth of new cases of type 2 diabetes, people are eating far too much red and processed meats. Bacon, sausage, salami, plus too many refined wheat and rice products, while eating too few whole grains were the primary drivers. This has led to over 14 million new cases of […]

Jamie Foxx is communicating again after he was hospitalized for a “medical emergency” Tuesday morning, a representative said Wednesday. “His condition was serious enough that Jamie’s family, some of whom were not in town, came to the hospital,” the representative said. “He is communicating now.” Foxx, 55, is in Atlanta working on the movie “Back […]

Two years ago Covid mandates dominated the headlines as vaccination became the key to returning to in-person work and school. But as the National Public Health Emergency offically comes to a close, SUNY Colleges are rolling back vaccine mandates for students and staff.

President Joe Biden signed a bill terminating the national emergency of  Covid-19 pandemic by May 11th. Change to the health care system across the country is expected to happen once the Covid emergency takes place. Biden signs bill ending COVID-19 national emergency – CBS News

The City of Rochester and Monroe County are set to receive nearly $1 million in healthcare funding. The funding is meant to help low-income and underserved city and county residents impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. With the existing healthcare worker shortage in New York State, the programs will provide training and education for city and […]

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