Deaths from Cervical Cancer have dropped dramatically in the last two decades due to regular screenings becoming more routine. WAER continues our series on cancer screening and prevention today. Some new developments are not changing the advice of medical experts – yet.
Just when Central New Yorkers thought winter was over, it appears the flu season is also sticking around. It's almost a repeat of last year – where one virus predominates the season, peters out and another strain replaces it, say Onondaga County health officials. County Medical Director Quoc Nguyen says the H1N1 virus has faded, but influenza type B has been trending up during the past week.