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Teaching small children to take care of their eyes

April 29, 2014 It was one week ago that many young children were visited by the Easter Bunny bearing gifts bundled into colorful baskets. However, he is not the only rabbit that visits young children in our area. more »»

New oils exhibit debuts in Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Hospital gallery

April 29, 2014 WELLSBORO — Former rock musician turned office job hopper and columnist, Bibi Snelderwaard Brion began dedicating all of her time to painting in 2012. more »»

Taking charge to lessen the risk of a stroke

April 29, 2014 LEWISBURG?—In the next four minutes, someone will suffer a stroke and die from the episode, according to the American Heart/American Stroke Association. more »»

Hospital upgrades urinalysis lab

April 29, 2014 Physicians often order urinalysis as part of pre-surgery preparation, or to screen for a variety of disorders, such as diabetes. more »»

Evangelical offering medication reviews

April 29, 2014 It is recommended that individuals, especially those with multiple conditions requiring numerous medications, get a “medication check-up” at least once a year. more »»


April 22, 2014 Marcos Velazques likely will never forget the night he felt like his head was about to explode. more »»

Evangelical’s SANE program celebrates 20 years of advocacy

April 22, 2014 Twenty years ago, a registered nurse in Evangelical Community Hospital’s Emergency Department saw a need for a program for sexual assault victims. more »»

Susquehanna Health honors nurses with DAISY Awards

April 22, 2014 Three Susquehanna Health nurses recently were recognized as recipients of the DAISY Award for extraordinary nurses. more »»


April 15, 2014 There’s help for migraine sufferers. And it doesn’t mean swallowing a pill, taking an injection or adopting some special die. more »»

Mental health expert to speak

April 15, 2014 BLOOMSBURG —-One in four Americans will suffer from major depression during his or her lifetime. more »»

Which is better, tape or a brace?

April 15, 2014 Many athletes have walked through the athletic training room doors with requests like, “Can you tape my ankle (or wrist, knee, elbow, etc. more »»


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Running event to benefit spinal cord research

April 15, 2014 “Strides For Spinal Cord Injury Research” 5K/10K Run/Walk will be held June 14 at Indian Park in Montoursville. There is an early registration fee of $16. After June 1 the fee is $20. more »»

ENT physicial to host sinus program

April 15, 2014 Warmer weather is on its way, but along with the change in temperature come seasonal allergies and sinus problems. more »»


April 8, 2014 Despite living in a time of the greatest advances in medicine and science, much of the world’s population continues to be sick and/or unhealthy, according to a noted health care expert. Dr. Susan J. more »»

Susquehanna Health administrator appointed to state commission

April 8, 2014 Anne E. Holladay, certified nursing home administrator for Susquehanna Health’s Skilled Nursing & Rehabilitation Center, recently was named to the Pennsylvania Long-Term Care Commission by Gov. more »»

Hospital resource available for the hearing-impaired

April 8, 2014 Sunbury Community Hospital and Outpatient Center has enhanced how its health care providers communicate with hearing-impaired patients using hospital services. more »»

TV star sheds light on autism

April 8, 2014 NEW YORK — Max Burkholder strives to be a normal teen while working on the NBC drama “Parenthood.” The 16-year-old actor attends school when he’s not filming the show, which airs Thursdays at 10 p.m. more »»



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