While all heart attacks can be fatal, some are truly notorious. A heart attack from a blockage in the main artery that goes down the front of the heart, known as the widowmaker, is often the most fatal. Here's why.
When you are pregnant, you probably notice the fatigue, shortness of breath, and light-headedness that can sometimes overcome you. Did you know that these symptoms are caused by changes in your heart and blood vessels?
With more ways than ever to access medical care, we have created greater consumer choice – and greater confusion. How do you know which choice is right for you and your family? Clear up the confusion with this helpful comparison.
You probably know that your sweet tooth affects your waistline, but did you know it can also be harmful to your heart?
Louis Robbins of Williamsport likes to keep busy, so staying healthy is key to keeping him happy.
It’s common to blame joint pain flare-ups on changes in the weather, and many doctors believe people can feel more joint pain on cold, rainy days. However, the research on the connection between the two isn’t clear.
You may associate the cold weather with being sick or catching a cold. The truth is, the weather is not directly responsible for making you sick, but it can affect your body.
The fourth trimester, the six-to-12 weeks after the baby is born, is an important time in both the baby’s development and the mother’s health that is largely ignored.
Have you noticed generally lower energy, and are feeling sad more often now that the days are shorter and the weather is colder? It could be Seasonal Affective Disorder.
Craig Uhler of Williamsport isn’t one to sit still for very long. Last year, his job as a land surveyor had him on his feet and in the outdoors most of the time.
New Year’s resolutions can be helpful for developing healthy habits, and habits are easier to stick to if you’re not in it alone. Why not try resolutions the whole family can be involved with?