I’m teaming up with the Rochester Institute of Technology, Wegmans, and others to fight the misuse of antibiotics and the rise of antibiotic resistance. This isn’t just about the food we eat: antibiotic resistant infections sicken over 2 million people every year and kill at least 23,000. Want to learn more?
To learn more about health care and available plans through Medicare and Medicare Advantage, consider attending a seminar.
Lifespan, which provides nonmedical services for seniors and their caregivers, is offering seminars to explain the basics of Medicare.
• 10 a.m. to noon, Oct. 24, Lifespan, 1900. S. Clinton Ave., Brighton.
Even though House Republicans have tried more than 50 times to repeal the Affordable Care Act (ACA) – at a cost of at least $79 million to American taxpayers – there is no denying that the law is delivering on its promise of patient protections, better benefits, and keeping prices in check.
Just this week, we’ve heard the news that:
Tucked away in Fairport, N.Y. resides a one-story-office park where a growing company, named RailComm, stands to be one of the biggest names in rail infrastructure.
Incurable infections resistant to antibiotic treatments have become a global medical issue. Overusing antibiotics has led to the rise of resistant bacteria, which cause diseases that cannot be treated with traditional medicines.
As the federal representative for the optics and photonics capital of the world – Rochester, New York – I couldn’t be prouder to support these thriving industries that are responsible for at least 75 companies and 25,000 jobs for New York State, with 17,000 in our region.
For the fourth year in a row, Representative Paul Ryan, the Chairman of the House Budget Committee, has proposed a job-killing budget that would continue to tilt the economic playing field in favor of the wealthy and well-connected at the expense of everyone else.