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.
UPMC Lock Haven is currently accepting applications for the 2020 Lee & Bessie Graham Scholarship for Nurses.
There are still many unknowns about COVID-19 and this is a time of uncertainty for everyone, including front line health care workers and public health experts.
Spring is the season of renewal and growth. This year, it will also be the season we remember being stuck at home while we social distanced ourselves so we could stay healthy and virus free.
UPMC in the Susquehanna region is offering online video visit services as a more efficient, safer way to provide patients with the care they need while limiting the spread of COVID-19.
Many people have suddenly found themselves spending more time at home, relying on televisions, video games, computers, and phones to help pass the hours. Is all this screen time bad for our eye health?
During these challenging times, UPMC is implementing a staffing and pay protection program, which will ensure that all staff will continue to be paid at their current rate for normally scheduled hours through May 9, 2020.
If you’ve suddenly found yourself and your children stuck at home, cooking can be a healthy way to spend time together.
Keeping true to its commitment to serve the community, and to recognize the tremendous work of its medical staff, UPMC in the Susquehanna region donated $5,000 to the Central Pennsylvania Food Bank in honor of National Doctors’ Day.
To best protect patients and staff, all UPMC hospitals have now implemented a COVID-19 screening questionnaire that must be completed by any persons entering the facility, including patients, visitors meeting guidelines, employees, and essential vendors.