Grief affects each of us differently. Feelings of loss come and go without warning, even many years after a loved one has died. Sometimes, grief can be triggered by familiar events, music, smells, foods, or photographs. The holidays—full of traditions, ev
You’ve spent the last nine months readying for your new bundle of joy, but is your home ready, too? As baby grows, so does his or her curiosity and ability to explore—and with the holidays fast approaching, even more people and hazards are afoot.
Car dealerships throughout northcentral Pennsylvania teamed up with Susquehanna Health Foundation to raise $30,350 to support breast health.
Adults ages 65 and older were four times as likely as the general population to be hospitalized due to complications from the flu. Even some people who had their flu shots got sick last year. Yet getting the flu vaccine is still crucial. Although it can’t
On Nov. 26, staff members at UPMC Susquehanna Williamsport celebrated the opening of the new inpatient pediatrics unit at the hospital.
Often called the “silent killer,” carbon monoxide poisoning is a potentially deadly illness caused by carbon monoxide gas.
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 welcomes Amitabha Mitra, MD, board certified plastic and reconstructive surgeon, to the Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery team.
UPMC Susquehanna welcomes board certified vascular surgeon Casey Yossa, MD, to UPMC Susquehanna’s Heart & Vascular Institute.
The holiday season is a time to remember and honor the people who have touched our lives in a very special way. Thanks to the efforts of the auxiliaries at UPMC Susquehanna Divine Providence, Williamsport, and Muncy, holiday lights in honor of or remembra
Chronic heartburn signs can point to a serious condition called GERD.
In recent decades, we’ve been taught how much damage smoking can do to our lungs and other organs, but smoking causes more than cancer. Doctors now know that smoking can actually cause type 2 diabetes and intensify its complications.