Members of the Donate Life committee at UPMC Susquehanna Williamsport and organ donation advocates recently kicked off Donate Life Month (April) with a celebration of life and awards ceremony in the hospital lobby.
More than 70 million Americans rely on cellphones, and these devices affect more than how we communicate with one another. Their use requires repetitive movements of your shoulders, neck, elbows and thumbs—causing pain and even structural damage to joints
UPMC Susquehanna Williamsport Receives an ‘A’ for Patient Safety in Spring 2018 Leapfrog Hospital Safety Grade
The Leapfrog Group recently released the new Leapfrog Hospital Safety Grades, in which UPMC Susquehanna was one of 750 awarded an ‘A’
Jose Lopez, a sophomore at Shikellamy High School, recently founded Books of Hope, a nonprofit that provides books to children staying in hospitals.
One in 250 men will develop testicular cancer in his lifetime. It has increased in recent decades and affects younger men, typically between the ages 14 and 44. Fortunately, when detected early, it is highly curable.
As ailments go, allergic rhinitis (hay fever) has a reputation for being a minor one. But if you’re an allergy sufferer, you know the truth: The misery caused by allergies is nothing to sneeze at. With allergic rhinitis, the immune system overreacts to so
Organ donors are heroes to the families they touch.
The Hornberger family has a unique annual tradition.
Guests were transported to the medieval times at Susquehanna Health Foundation’s Helping Hands Gala on Saturday, March 24 at the Acacia Club in Williamsport.
In conjunction with UPMC Susquehanna’s Spirit of Women program expanding to Clinton County, Girls’ Night Out.
When it comes to thinking green and recycling, most people don’t think about themselves.
One in eight women develop breast cancer during their lives, and treatment sometimes requires a partial or total mastectomy.