Understanding men's health risks is crucial to maintaining a healthy life. Most health threats to men including heart disease, cancer and unintentional injuries are preventable. In your daily routine make healthy lifestyle choices like eating a healthy diet and participating in physical activities. UHS has answers to many questions about men’s health. Click on these links for more information.
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Free telephone referral service
UHS offers a free telephone referral service that provides detailed information on participating members of our medical staff such as their education, board certification, specialties, office location, hours of operation and insurance participation.
Tips for helping your child wear a maskMarch 02, 2021
Learn five things you can do to help children get used to wearing masks.
UHS Chenango Memorial starts new outpatient treatment for COVID patientsMarch 02, 2021
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Stay up to date on COVID-19 vaccine information sessions & Town Hall meetingsMarch 02, 2021
As the COVID-19 vaccine continues to be rolled out across New York State, there's a lot of information being made available to you.
Wear a mask after you get the COVID-19 vaccineFebruary 19, 2021
It's important to keep wearing a mask and continue to practice social distancing, even after you've received both doses of the COVID-19 vaccine.