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Diabetes and Your School-Aged Child

If you’re a parent of a child with diabetes, you want to be assured that your child’s school is able to assist him or her with checking blood sugar levels, administering insulin, or managing an emergency. While older children might be able to handle these things themselves, younger children may need an adult (teacher, camp counselor, friends’ parent, grandparent, etc.) to help. continue reading →

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The Urge to Merge

The Capital Region is booming with multi-specialty health care complexes that are ready and waiting to meet all your health care needs. For example, if you hop on the Northway, you’ll find two new 24-hour urgent care centers that can handle dozens of medical emergencies. continue reading →


What’s a Summer Without Zucchini?

Whatever else you have planted in your garden this summer, I hope you threw a few zucchini seeds into the ground. Really, a few! This summer standby is a prolific producer. If you got excited and planted the entire packet of zucchini seeds, get ready to see a lot of green. continue reading →