Think before you drink

As you get older, alcohol may start to effect you differently. You may become more sensitive to it, and your regular drinking habits could become…

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UR Medicine Uses Bionic Eye to Restore Some Vision to Blind Syracuse Woman

Flaum Eye Institute 1st in New York to implant new FDA-approved retinal device to improve quality of life Tuesday, October 24, 2017 Syracuse woman identifies…

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Bike to Work Week is Coming: Here’s Everything You Need to Know

Friday, May 11, 2018 Scott MacRae, M.D. rides his bike to work Ever thought about incorporating a bike into your daily commute? May is Bike…

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Bionic Eye Helps Wyoming County Man See His Bride Again

UR Medicine Flaum Eye Institute helps restore some vision for retired bricklayer “Oh my goodness – do you see that?” It was the wave of…

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UR Medicine Flaum Eye Institute Welcomes Family Eyecare Associates

Flaum Eye Institute is now offering comprehensive vision care at 2000 Empire Blvd., Webster optometry practice Family Eyecare Associates has joined the Flaum Eye Institute,…

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Listening to Family Stories Helps Cancer Researchers Identify Gaps in Care

Wednesday, March 27, 2019 Families of cancer patients described three distinct experiences — “We Pretty Much Knew,” “Beating the Odds,” and “Left to Die” —…

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8th Annual ‘Strollin’ for the Colon’ to Benefit Cancer Education, Research

5K Walk/Run Organized by UR Medicine Gastroenterology Staff Thursday, April 25, 2019 UR Medicine’s Division of Gastroenterology and Hepatology will sponsor the 8th annual Strollin’…

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Do You Believe Your Incurable Cancer Can Be Cured?

Tuesday, April 30, 2019 Melissa Loh, MD., talks to a new patient, Will Guthrie, 78, of Pavilion, NY. They are building a relationship with the…

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