The simple act of eating a meal or snack can include with it myriad thoughts and feelings for women in Central New York and elsewhere. Mental and emotional aspects of eating can become entangled with body image questions and eating disorders.
Two cases decided Thursday by New York’s highest court give defendants more ability to say they were bullied by police during interrogations. One local attorney puts into perspective how it might change police interview practices.
AARP is lobbying for support for New Yorkers who spend a lot of time caring for the elderly in their homes, following a 2013 report on New York state elderly care. The report finds that four million unpaid family caregivers are struggling to balance their jobs with helping elderly family members.
It may not be long before you start seeing signs of a brand new health campaign being rolled out by Excellus Blue Cross Blue Shield. The company seeks to shed light on an easily preventable medical issue that affects those who take medication.