New funding and designation will help further research into intellectual and developmental disabilities, says chief of child neurology at Golisano Children’s Hospital By Chris
By George W. Chapman The short answer is: don’t hold your breath. A recent article in the New York Times by Reed Abelson explained.
By Gwenn Voelckers “Build thy home in thy heart and be forever sheltered.” – Anonymous This is one of my favorite quotes. It captures
Trillium Health’s president and CEO discusses caring for the LGBTQ community during the pandemic and how the nonprofit has managed to survive financially By
By Deborah Jeanne Sergeant When schools faced mandatory shutdowns last spring during the pandemic, education shifted to virtual modes. For pre-kindergarten children needing early
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By Jennifer Faringer As we approach Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) Awareness Day on Sept. 9, it is important for schools and educators to
By Anne Palumbo A popular takeout during normal times, pad Thai — a beloved Thai noodle dish — has skyrocketed in popularity, according to
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Isolation has had negative impact on people living with cognitive impairment By Deborah Jeanne Sergeant Social isolation during the pandemic has brought a myriad