Monthly Archives: February 2016

All for One, A Sport for All: The Olympic Sport of Fencing

Fencing for RIO

I was an awkward kid. By awkward, I mean, I never graduated to the next level in swimming; I was a disaster in gymnastics; and I certainly wasn’t dainty enough to be a dancer. So, in an effort to get a strong and solid little girl to stay active and not to drive two kids to different activities, my parents signed me and my sister up for fencing. It was truly love at first lunge. Why fencing?

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Welcome Dr. Alice Taylor

Dr. Alice Taylor in Rochester NYOur Legacy family is absolutely thrilled to announce the addition of Dr. Alice Taylor to our practice. She brings experience and compassion to our existing team at Legacy Pediatrics. She has been the Medical director of the special care nursery at Highland Hospital in Rochester, NY since 2010, and was the recipient of Highland Hospitals Distinguished Physician award in 2012. She has been a Pediatrician in private practice for 16 years.

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Are You and Your Family “Fed Up?”

With the New Year in full swing, many of you either are happily into your New Years resolutions or have woefully abandoned them. Or, you may be like me, and just never made one to begin with. Regardless, this time of year brings up a lot of talk about diet for those young and old.  And, as this is not physical season at Legacy Pediatrics when we tend to talk the most about proper nutrition and eating habits, it does tend to be the time of year when it is on people’s minds. So here are some of my thoughts and conversations that I end up having with parents and children when talking about nutrition.

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