UPMC welcomes Stacy Prall, DO, gastroenterologist, to the Digestive Disease Center in Williamsport and Muncy.
The old saying “you are what you eat” rings true when it comes to brain health. Growing older isn’t something you can avoid, so it is important to focus on the positive aspects of aging and making the changes necessary to ensure a long and healthy life.
Susan Branton, MD, FACS, MHA, was recently elected as president of the UPMC Williamsport medical staff.
While limiting your family’s public exposure was appropriate early in the pandemic, regulations in our region have loosened and it’s time that you consider following up on those missed appointments, and more importantly those missed vaccinations.
UPMC Lock Haven remains closed following a fire discovered on Thursday, Sept. 10, in a service tunnel connecting a boiler room to the hospital.
Whether you’re an athlete or just enjoying the outdoors, it’s important to drink plenty of water to stay properly hydrated. Sounds simple, but dehydration is more than a matter of being hot and thirsty.
UPMC welcomes Hadeel Naqib, MD, to the pediatrics team in Wellsboro.
Unwinding with a glass of wine or a "quarantini" might seem like a good way to cope with stress. But for some people, too much alcohol is making the ongoing health crisis worse.
UPMC welcomes David Luo, DO, MHS, to the family medicine team in McElhattan.
UPMC in the Susquehanna region will offer free prostate screenings on Wednesday, Sept. 30 at SH Urology, 1705 Warren Ave., Suite 206, Williamsport.
In recognition of October being Breast Cancer Awareness month, UPMC in the Susquehanna region will offer $55 mammograms to women with limited or no insurance coverage and no prior history of breast disease.
While scheduling a mammogram or colonoscopy may not be top of mind for you right now, screening tests like these can spot cancer before it causes any symptoms. Usually, the sooner cancer is found, the better the chance it can be treated.