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William Gokey, executive sous chef for Morrison Healthcare at Upstate University Hospital, was recently honored with the Chef Professionalism Award from the American Culinary Foundation for exemplifying the highest standard of professionalism through certification, continuing education, training and community involvement.
The American Cancer Society’s Jason Warchal shares a new collaborative program that provides free cancer screenings for the uninsured or under insured titled “Get Health Connected”.
Dr. Antonio Culebras discusses the sleep problems that are unique to women.
Read more about: The Sleep Center at Upstate University Hospital at Community General. To schedule an appointment, call 315-492-5877.
Toxicologist Alexander Garrard and Lt. John Corbett, who heads the narcotics division of the Syracuse Police Department, explain what dangerous illegal drugs are being used in Syracuse and Central New York.
Dr. Richard O’Neill’s Check-Up From The Neck-Up: I Love Chocolate.
Pulmonologist Michael Iannuzzi MD, was a physician in New York City on 9-11 and treated many of those affected by breathing in debris. He has also done research on the respiratory problems related to 9-11.
William Grant EdD, who has been instrumental in disaster planning for the Syracuse area, talks about Upstate’s response plans if an act of terrorism happened nearby today.
Psychologist Rich O’Neill, PhD: Perspectives on how we respond to tragedy.