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Winter Danger: Carbon Monoxide Poisoning

Carbon monoxide poisoning is a scary reality for so many people during the wintertime more than any other time of the year. Why? Because vents are blocked with snow and ice!

Emily Cook
Communications Specialist

The Importance of Hand Hygiene

Hand hygiene isn’t just a common courtesy when leaving a bathroom or preparing food, it’s a vital step in stopping the spread of common viruses and bacteria which lead to many illnesses.

When to wash?

Emily Cook
Communications Specialist

Winter Safety Tips

Winter Safety Tips

It’s that time of the year for heart attacks due to the flu and snow shoveling. Strain on the heart can come from physical activity or illness.

 

Thanksgiving Dinner Swaps

Thanksgiving is nearly here, and for many people it can be a difficult holiday to celebrate.

Emily Cook
Communications Specialist

November is Lung Cancer Awareness Month

Did you know that the Mohawk Valley Health System has a Lung Nodule program? The Lung Nodule program is dedicated to lung cancer screenings, treatment and lung nodule management.

What are lung nodules?

Victoria Bracco
Communications Specialist
Construction Dust

Construction Dust? Let’s Clear the Air.

There’s no doubt about it – demolition and construction will kick some dust and dirt into the air, and we want the community to know we are taking every measure to mitigate the debris entering the air as quickly as possible.

Emily Cook
Communications Specialist

What is Complex Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder?

 

Audra Holovitz
Communications Intern

It’s RSV Season – Here’s What You Need to Know

RSV “season” has been around for a long time, although, as of late it’s become a topic of conversation due to its publicity on social media. Because of the impact that RSV can have on children and infants it is something we all should be concerned about.

Emily Cook
Communications Specialist

3 Risks of a Gluten-Free Diet

 

Only about one percent of America’s population is diagnosed with a gluten-related illness, yet nearly a third of the population would prefer to reduce or avoid gluten.

Audra Holovitz
Communications Intern

Antibiotics Awareness – What You Need to Know

Antibiotics are powerful drugs that are designed to kill or slow the growth of bacteria. When used improperly bacteria develop and become resistant to antibiotics used to treat them.

Emily Cook
Communications Specialist