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Can’t stop the motion

March 31, 2015 Major surgery poses a daunting challenge for anyone eager to get on with life, let alone someone as active as Maggi Frawley, who faced multiple hip procedures. more »»

Fluoride debate reignites in Western Pa. town

March 31, 2015 WILKINSBURG — Debates come and go, but there’s one — the seven-decades-old battle over fluoridating drinking water — that appears to be rekindling in Western Pennsylvania. more »»

App for distraction helps in screening child for vision problem

March 31, 2015 As a parent of two beautiful children under the age of 5, I appreciate the art of distraction. I always try to carry a few crayons, coloring books and Matchbox cars in my purs. more »»

Your health

March 31, 2015 Noted doctor to speak on health care reform LEWISBURG — Dr. David . more »»

Bloodmobile stops are scheduled

March 31, 2015 The local chapter of the American Red Cross has scheduled the following bloodmobile visits: • April 7, Lycoming Christian Church, 1 p.m.- 6 p.m. more »»

Medical bag

March 31, 2015 Doctor joins team at Susquehanna Health Susquehanna Health Heart & Vascular Institute announced that Dr. John Hynes, cardiac electrophysiologist, has joined its cardiology team. more »»

Safe at home?

March 24, 2015 SELINSGROVE – It perhaps goes without saying that young children are by nature curious and intent on exploring the world around them. more »»

Specialty drugs driving costs of prescriptions

March 24, 2015 By The Associated Press Prescription drugs spending jumped 13 percent last year, the biggest annual increase since 2003, according to the nation’s largest pharmacy benefits manager. more »»

March is a good time to look at ways to protect your eyesight

March 24, 2015 As we get older, many of us look for ways to help keep our bodies healthy, such as exercising more, getting the proper amount of rest or losing a few extra pounds. more »»

Your health

March 24, 2015 Evangelical Hospice sets service in April LEWSIBURG – Evangelical Hospice will hold a memorial service for friends and families in remembrance of Evangelical Hospice patients who have passed away... more »»

Susquehanna Health effort promotes work/life balance

March 24, 2015 Susquehanna Health recently announed in a news release that health-and-wellness educators Jerrod Ferrence and Melissa Gundy were hired in June 2014 to oversee the organization’s guided care programs... more »»

Evangelical Hospice offers aid for grieving

March 24, 2015 LEWISBURG – Evangelical Hospice and Community Health Wellness announced they are offering a six-week educational bereavement group called “Life After Los. more »»

Unlikely candidate

March 17, 2015 Never in his wildest dreams did Gerry Ayers expect to have a stroke. He was not only very active, but also physically fit, and at 52, not the typical candidate for one. more »»

Evangelical Gala tops $100K

March 17, 2015 LEWISBURG – Evangelical Community Hospital’s signature celebration, the Evangelical Gala, held March 7, raised more than $105,000, the highest amount ever raised at the event, according to a news... more »»

Regular colon cancer screening not that hard, can save your life

March 17, 2015 With regular screening, colorectal cancer is preventabl. more »»

Medical bag

March 17, 2015 Local doctor is elected to serve on statewide board HARRISBURG – Dr. Bradley J. Miller, D.O., F.A.A.F.P. more »»

Doctor added to Evangelical team

March 17, 2015 LEWISBURG -- Evangelical Community Hospital recently announced Christopher Brancato, MD, cardiologist, has joined hospital’s cardiovascular tea. more »»

She keeps track

March 10, 2015 Special to the Sun-Gazette DANVILLE — Kathy Heilman’s official title is collections specialist in the Geisinger Health Systems Library, but it might as well be Geisinger historian. more »»

WHO’s new sugar guidelines strict on sweets

March 10, 2015 LONDON — Put down the doughnut. And while you’re at it, skip the breakfast cereal, fruit juice, beer and ketchup. more »»

McD’s orders chicken, holds the human antibiotics

March 10, 2015 NEW YORK — McDonald’s said last week it plans to require chicken suppliers to stop using antibiotics important to human medicine within two years. more »»



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