While trying to stay active during pregnancy, women face many challenges both physically and mentally. The good news is that now that the baby has arrived, you can focus on getting back to your pre-pregnancy activity level or work toward a new goal.
The Birthplace at UPMC Susquehanna Williamsport Regional Medical Center in Williamsport is among the first hospitals in the nation to successfully complete the EMPower Training initiative.
Breastfeeding is often thought of as a gift between mother and baby. Not only does it provide bonding time, but the health benefits for both baby and mom are undeniable.
In celebration of World Breastfeeding Week (Aug. 1 – 7), UPMC Susquehanna invites nursing mothers to participate in The Global Big Latch On, Friday, Aug. 2, at UPMC Williamsport Regional Medical Center, 700 High St., Williamsport, Walnut Conference Room.
Ten little fingers, ten little toes. Boy or girl? Nobody knows… except the OB/GYN providers at UPMC Susquehanna. To add to the excitement of finding out a baby’s gender, expecting parents now receive a special gender reveal gift during their 20 week ultra
UPMC Susquehanna held a celebration July 8 at Williamsport Regional Medical Center to commemorate the fifth anniversary of The Birthplace's location within Susquehanna Tower as well as its recent designation as a Baby-Friendly Hospital.
There is more to breastfeeding than providing milk. By protecting the health status of both mom and baby, breastfeeding has a positive impact on the level of overall public health, along with benefits for our economy and environment, too.
Peanut allergy is the most common and severe of all food allergies. A recent study determined that babies at-risk for peanut allergies can benefit from controlled exposure to peanut containing foods while their immune systems are still malleable.
The important role that midwives play during labor and delivery.
Interested in starting a family? Meet with your healthcare provider first.