You’re not alone—in 2018, it’s estimated that 234,030 people in the United States will begin the journey of living with lung cancer. The diagnosis of any disease is difficult to hear. But lung cancer can be even more difficult because of the stigma
Beginning Jan. 14, 2019, UPMC Cole will welcome its new leader as current president and senior executive Ed Pitchford, transitions into a regional role within UPMC.
UPMC Susquehanna welcomes Alfred Bachiller, DO, to the family medicine team at UPMC Susquehanna.
Cold weather comes with winters in Pennsylvania. It’s important to remember that a little preparation and allowing for extra time can go a long way to keep you safe when traveling this winter.
UPMC Susquehanna welcomes allergist Nathaniel Hare, MD, to Susquehanna Health Allergy at River Ave. in Williamsport.
Each year, the number one and number two New Year’s resolutions for Americans are to get healthy and lose weight. But only eight percent of people felt they keep that resolution beyond a few months.
A healthy lifestyle after age 50 can have many benefits, such as warding off high blood pressure, diabetes, and other health problems. These tips can help you pave the way for a fit future.
The holidays are filled with family, friends, and food. The seasonal food-filled environment may seem like an invitation to overeat. However, by following a few simple tips, you can continue leading a healthy lifestyle through the holiday season and long
No one likes to hear “you need surgery,” but sometimes medicine and lifestyle changes just aren’t enough to fix the problem.
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.