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Join us this February for a series of Black History Month specials on WSKG TV and Radio. On WSKG TV PBS broadcasts programming created by and about African Americans year-round, from public...
When a person is faced with a major illness care is needed for more of the body than the disease. Financial concerns, the often overwhelming schedule of appointments, and the emotional stresses are...
Nobody wants to be told they have breast cancer. But, more and more, with advances in screening, diagnosis, and treatments the word "hope" is being used. "For the first time ever we...
One of the fears of having breast cancer is the anticipation of pain and suffering such as what a person has seen someone else experience. Yet, in the last five to ten years advances in early...
In 2003 the Human Genome Project was completed. And the information gained has caused a revolution of thought of how certain health conditions are diagnosed and treated. The identification of two...
In the past several years there has been a tremendous push to make the public aware of breast cancer. The primary focus of this media campaign was to urge women over 40 to get annual mammograms. The...
As part of our 2008 Thinking Green series, WSKG featured stories from a collaboration of northeast public radio stations. We're looking at recycling this week as our Thinking Green series...
As part of our 2008 Thinking Green series, WSKG featured stories from a collaboration of northeast public radio stations. As part of our Thinking Green series this week we've been exploring...
As part of our 2008 Thinking Green series, WSKG featured stories from a collaboration of northeast public radio stations. WSKG's Kate Cook visited the Fingerlakes Grassroots Festival of Music and...
As part of our 2008 Thinking Green series, WSKG featured stories from a collaboration of northeast public radio stations. What could be cuter than baby birds all atwitter in the nest? But amid the...