Due to the potential for exposure of COVID-19 and guidelines in place by the Pennsylvania Department of Health and U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, this year's Lawn Party has been cancelled.
This year’s Pennsylvania Medical Society Top Physicians Under 40 winners come from a diverse range of backgrounds. Included on this year’s list are two UPMC in the Susquehanna region physicians, Rutul Dalal, MD, and Ganga Ranasuriya, MD.
As providers look forward to restarting in-person care, it’s important to know what you can expect when you return to the hospital or physician office.
Try our UPMC outdoor scavenger hunt!
May 4 is also known as Melanoma Monday, and kicks off Skin Cancer Awareness Month, the perfect time for a reminder of the long-term effects of unprotected sun exposure and skin cancer.
Tips on surviving the quarantine.
For many of us, having to unexpectedly change our entire routine can put a lot of stress on our mental health. Here are some basic tips on staying mindful and motivated through this challenging time.
“Help the Helpers” invites our region to show support to our neighbors, health care workers, emergency responders, grocery clerks, pharmacists, garbage collectors, delivery drivers, and others who perform essential roles to keep our communities safe.
Thanks to generous community donations, chaplains at UPMC in the Susquehanna region are now able to help patients connect using iPads and virtual calls.
Is stress piling up and you’re not sure what to do? Here are some quick tips to help manage stress.
For those who suffer from seasonal allergies, you know that this time of year can be a challenge. Flowers, trees, and grasses are in bloom and growing which means pollen and other allergens are in the air.
Moving around and speaking to others may seem like simple tasks, but if you live with Parkinson’s disease, you don’t take either of those things for granted.