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Early warning

December 29, 2015 For Sallie Dershem, it wasn’t shortness of breath or a tightening of the chest. Her heart attack in January 2015 started with jaw pain. “It just came on all of a sudden,” she recalled. more »»

Shenberger, Townsend focus of TCMC reception

December 29, 2015 A recent reception at the Williamsport Regional Medical Center, given by Susquehanna Health, commemorated the retirement of Dr. more »»

Some resolutions for the new year for contact lens wearers

December 29, 2015 Soon it will be a new year, and we will have the opportunity to hit the “reset” button. It’s no surprise that health and wellness goals continue to dominate the list of New Year’s resolutions. more »»

RSV prompts child visitation restrictions at Geisinger hospitals

December 29, 2015 DANVILLE — Geisinger Medical Center, Geisinger-Bloomsburg Hospital, Geisinger-Lewistown Hospital, Geisinger Wyoming Valley Medical Center and Geisinger-Community Medical Center have issued... more »»

Your Health

December 29, 2015 SH announces healthy events Susquehanna Health announces healthy events scheduled in the month of December to provide health information and benefit the community. more »»

Evangelical Gala will fund community initiatives

December 29, 2015 LEWISBURG?— Plans are underway for the 2016 Evangelical Community Hospital Gala. more »»

Study: Kids’ asthma rates quiet down after earlier increase

December 29, 2015 CHICAGO — Asthma rates in U.S. children have quieted down after a decades-long increase, a government study found, and researchers are trying to pinpoint reasons that would explain the trend. more »»

Bloodmobile stops scheduled

December 29, 2015 The local chapter of the American Red Cross has scheduled the following bloodmobile visits: Clinton County Saturday, 1-6 p.m., Mill Hall Fire Co., 9 East Peale Ave., Mill Hall Jan. 6. noon-5 p.m. more »»

Not so sick, so far

December 22, 2015 NEW YORK — This year’s flu season seems like old times. more »»

Geisinger in research project targeting obesity

December 22, 2015 Geisinger Health System is part of a recently launched $4.4 million study into obesity and many of its health-related problems. Marylyn D. more »»

Be prepared to succeed with that resolution to lose weight

December 22, 2015 The New Year is just around the corner, and if you are like most Americans, you’re probably mulling over your New Year’s resolution. more »»

Your health

December 22, 2015 SH announces healthy events Susquehanna Health announces healthy events scheduled in the month of December to provide health information and benefit the community. 6 p.m. more »»

FDA proposes ban on indoor tanning for minors

December 22, 2015 WASHINGTON (AP) — Anyone under the age of 18 would be barred from using indoor tanning equipment, under a federal proposal to help reduce skin cancer linked to the devices. more »»

State offering grants for health centers

December 22, 2015 HARRISBURG —State grants are being made available to expand and improve health care access and services at community-based health centers serving underserved communities. State Secretary of Health Dr. more »»

Medical bag

December 22, 2015 Susquahanna Health raises $51,610 on #GivingTuesday In one day, Susquehanna Health’s Cancer Center received $51, 610 in donations that will be used for patient services. On De. more »»

Bloodmobile stops scheduled

December 22, 2015 The local chapter of the American Red Cross has scheduled the following bloodmobile visits: Clinton County Jan. 2, 1-6 p.m., Mill Hall Fire Co., 9 E. Peale Ave., Mill Hall Ja. 6. noon-5 p.m. more »»

Bright spot

December 15, 2015 LEWISBURG — Evangelical Community Hospital, under the leadership and direction of Evangelical Auxiliary, hosted its 28th Annual Lights of Love Ceremony on Dec. 6 in the Hospital’s Dining Room. more »»

Study: Grumpiness won’t kill you. There, feel better now?

December 15, 2015 LONDON — There’s good news for grumpy women: Being happy apparently has no effect on how long you might live. That’s the conclusion of the latest attempt to find out if happy people live longer. more »»

FDA OKs the first generic for Gleevec pill for leukemia

December 15, 2015 TRENTON, N.J. — U.S. regulators earlier this month approved the first generic version of one of the first very effective — and expensive — cancer drugs, Gleevec, which costs about $10,000 a month. more »»

 
 
 

 

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