The US Department of Health and Human Services awarded Whitney M. Young, Jr. Health Center a three-year $4.8 million annual operating grant under Section 330 of the Public Health Service Act (42 U.S.C. §254b).
Whitney M. Young, Jr. Health Center welcomes four new members to its board of directors. Marlowe S. Cochran is the Information Security Administrator for Siena College. Denard O. Cummings is the Bureau Director for New York State Department of Health’s Bureau of Supportive Housing and Partnership for Long-Term Care. In addition to operating her private practice, Glinnesa D. Gailliard, Esq. is Investigative Counsel for the New York State Office of the Inspector General. Nischinth Sadhak is a Senior Branch Manager and Vice President for M&T Bank.
Congressman Paul Tonko announced more than $350,000 to help treat opioid abuse in Capital Region.
Endometriosis and conditions alike can be devastating and discouraging for the women experiencing it, causing them to miss school, work, or the
opportunity to expand their family. Being informed about the symptoms and effects of endometriosis will help those with the health condition manage it better and it will help the people understand the impacts of the condition. Healthcare providers can provide helpful information, including ways to manage the pain and gain access to treatment, so if you wish to learn more about endometriosis, talk to your provider.