By CHN Nutritionist: Rachel Larkey, RD, CDN, CLC This year, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has changed the label that you see on the back of food packages. This label can help you find out what is in your food....

Dear Team: Last week I shared with you a scintillating overview of the 2020 New York State budget battle now underway. As reported, the state budget will likely impact Medicaid, the communities we serve, and Community Healthcare Network itself. Bottom line:...

Dear Team:             The new year has begun what looks like a coming decade of anxiety. Global conflict, presidential impeachment, the Iowa caucuses, and – closer to home – the beginning of an epic battle over the New York State budget.            ...

Dear Team:             Nothing is more vital to the success of Community Healthcare Network than the synergy between our clinical and administrative staffs. Synergy, a principal of physics, describes what happens when two or more agents combine to effect a greater...

  It’s that time again! Cold and flu season is here. It’s important to do things to prevent catching a cold or even worse, the flu! The flu and colds usually spread from person to person when we sneeze, cough, or...

Dear Team: With the end of the year, and the end of a decade, here are best wishes for a great year ahead. At the dawn of 2020, and at the beginning of the 2020’s, let’s all pause and be grateful...

"I believe our teen years can be one of the most confusing, turbulent, and exciting times of our lives. It is also a critical time-- the beginning of figuring out who we want to be as adults. Teens PACT provided me...

  Dear Team: Many of us will be marking both religious and secular holidays as 2019 wanes. I wish each of you a warm end of year, and hope you get the time to cherish the friends and family members that fill...

  Healthy holiday eating tips: By Alex Brown, Nutrition Intern 1) Eat in moderation. Take a few moments to decide what you would enjoy eating the most and put a little bit of each on your plate. 2) Eat slowly. Wait a few...

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