Summer weather gets more people outside swimming, working in the yard, and attending concerts, car races, and fireworks shows. Don’t put your hearing at risk while you have fun this summer, take the necessary precautions to protect your ears.
If Clyde Daubert had a choice, he would be outside running his beagles or in the woods hunting.
Summer's here and with the fun comes the added potential for injury. Use these tips to keep safe during your summer celebrations.
It began more than 17 years ago-Clyde thought he had pulled a muscle.
Sherry Poole was on vacation in Arizona to visit her son and his family and enjoy the desert weather when she slipped and fell.
Get back on your feet with this minimally invasive procedure.
The warm weather means we can spend more time outdoors, but even the most seasoned hikers, hunters, and gardeners can unwittingly stumble into biting insects or brush against poisonous plants that put a damper on summer fun.
On a pleasant fall day, Steve Wenzel, a retired school teacher, was busy getting his outside chores done knowing the winter months would soon be upon us.
Have you ever noticed a small bulge in your abdomen or groin? Even if it isn’t painful, it could be a hernia.
UPMC Susquehanna invites seniors age 55 and up to attend Age Well’s Dine with the Docs on Thursday, June 27, from 6 to 8 p.m. in the Walnut Conference Room, UPMC Williamsport Regional Medical Center, 700 High St., to learn more about joint replacements.
Georgios Klironomos, MD, MSc, PhD, neurosurgeon, will now see patients at UPMC Susquehanna Sunbury, 350 N. 11th St., Sunbury.