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  • UTI Facts: An HRHCare Expert Explains

    UTI Facts: An HRHCare Expert Explains

    Urinary tract infections (UTIs) are not a popular conversation topic, yet they affect over 150 million people worldwide each year. Doctors typically treat UTIs with antibiotics, but there are steps you can take to reduce your chances of getting a UTI in the first place. So, let’s get talking.Symptoms and ComplicationsA UTI is an infection in any part of your urinary system, which ...

  • Congressman Antonio Delgado Visits HRHCare Amenia Health Center

    Congressman Antonio Delgado Visits HRHCare Amenia Health Center

    On Monday, August 26, United States Congressman Antonio Delgado, representing the 19th District of New York, visited Hudson River Health Care’s Amenia Health Center. Joined by CEO Anne Kauffman Nolon and other HRHCare executives and health center staff, Congressman Delgado was able to learn more about the vital impact the health center has on the Amenia community, as well as the ...

  • It's Time To Schedule Back-To-School Check-Ups, According To HRHCare

    It's Time To Schedule Back-To-School Check-Ups, According To HRHCare

    No matter what grade your child is about to enter, there’s always a long checklist of things to get done before the new school year starts. One item you should always have on that list is his or her yearly check-up. While it may not seem as urgent as back-to-school shopping for clothes and supplies, an annual check-up will ensure your child or teen is on track for a healthy, successful ...

  • Poison Ivy: What You Need To Know According To An HRHCare Expert

    Poison Ivy: What You Need To Know According To An HRHCare Expert

    For those of us who enjoy spending time in the great outdoors, it’s important to know how to treat poison ivy rashes. The best treatment, of course, is to teach yourself and your children how to recognize these and other unfriendly plants and stay away from them! But in case you do have a brush with poison ivy this summer, we’re here to help.“Poisonous” PlantsPoison ivy, poison oak, and ...

  • HRHCare Expert Offers Advice On Summer Skin Safety

    HRHCare Expert Offers Advice On Summer Skin Safety

    As summer begins, it’s time to head to the beach, gear up for sports, and enjoy the outdoors with family and friends. With all the time spent outside during the summer months, it’s more important than ever to learn how to keep your skin safe.Sun Safety TipsOverexposure to the sun can result in health complications later in life, including skin cancer. And as the earth’s ozone layer ...

  • NYS Assemblyman Kieran Michael Lalor Visits HRHCare Dover Plains Health Center

    NYS Assemblyman Kieran Michael Lalor Visits HRHCare Dover Plains Health Center

    On Thursday, April 25, Assemblyman Kieran Michael Lalor (R), representing New York’s 105th Assembly District since 2012, toured The HRHCare Dover Plains Health Center. Led by HRHCare Chief Operating Officer Allison Dubois, the tour gave the Assemblyman a chance to see the Dover Plains facility and learn more about the high-quality primary and preventive health services that Hudson River ...

  • How To Nip Allergies In The Bud, According To An HRHCare Expert

    How To Nip Allergies In The Bud, According To An HRHCare Expert

    With spring bursting forth around us, we are all eager to head outdoors and enjoy the warmer weather. However, for people with allergies, this often isn’t possible without sniffling, sneezing and itchy eyes. Whether it’s tree pollen, weeds or mold, we need to understand what’s causing our allergies, and how to keep them under controlWhat’s Making You Sneeze?Pollen grains are the tiny ...

  • Impetigo 101, According To An HRHCare Expert

    Impetigo 101, According To An HRHCare Expert

    No one likes a skin infection. Though you may not have heard of it, impetigo is a very contagious bacterial skin infection that is pretty common, especially in children. Impetigo is even sometimes called the “school disease,” as it can quickly spread from child to child in a classroom. So, let’s dive into everything you need to know to stay impetigo free!What is impetigo?Impetigo is a ...

  • Concussion, Or No Concussion?

    Concussion, Or No Concussion?

    Whether you slipped shoveling snow or took a tumble in the ice rink, a blow to the head can really hurt! But how do you know when to just brush off the snow and keep going, or head to your local HRHCare Urgent Care to get treatment for a concussion?What is a concussion?A concussion is a traumatic injury that happens when your brain is jarred or shaken inside your skull. Contrary to ...

  • American Heart Association Names HRHCare CMO As Co-Chair Of New Community Impact Committee

    American Heart Association Names HRHCare CMO As Co-Chair Of New Community Impact Committee

    Hudson River Health Care (HRHCare) is pleased to announce that HRHCare Chief Medical Officer Dr. Sophia McIntyre has been named Co-Chair of the American Heart Association’s new Community Impact Committee (CIC). This committee is tasked with building a culture of health in the Westchester community, while improving cardiovascular health for all. The CIC is a standing committee of the ...

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