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Help available for expectant and new moms in the home

December 17, 2013 Pregnancy and the time following a baby’s birth is a period of change for families that can be stressful, but also rewarding. more »»

Jersey Shore Hospital acquires new blood culturing machine

December 17, 2013 Sepsis is a very serious blood infection that is the 10th leading cause of death in the United States. Jersey Shore Hospital performs about 2,000 tests for sepsis each year. more »»

’Tis the season for cardiac deaths; Learning CPR could save a life

December 17, 2013 The holidays are a time of festive meals and celebrating with family and friends; it is also high season for heart disease deaths. more »»

Watch what you eat

December 10, 2013 Susquehanna Health dietitian Kate McKernan noted that the average person gains about 5 to 7 pounds during the holiday season. It’s a figure many may find startling. more »»

Ward Manufacturing gives $1M to hospital

December 10, 2013 WELLSBORO — This Thanksgiving, Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Hospital is giving thanks for giving back as they celebrate a $1 million pledge from Ward Manufacturing. more »»

3 local nurses honored

December 10, 2013 Three Susquehanna Health nurses recently were recognized as recipients of the DAISY Award for extraordinary nurses. more »»

26th ‘Lights of Love’ ceremony held

December 10, 2013 LEWISBURG — Evangelical Community Hospital, under the leadership and direction of its auxiliary, hosted ithe 26th Lights of Love ceremony on Dec. 1 in the hospital’s dining room. more »»

Curing the blues

December 3, 2013 Seasonal Affective Disorder is a type of depression that should not be dismissed simply as the blues, especially by those who suffer from its sometimes debilitating symptoms. more »»

Benefits of a patient-centered medical home

December 3, 2013 Health care today is pretty complex. Everyone is asked to take a proactive role in their health, but the number of items can seem overwhelming. more »»

Guthrie cuts the ribbon on the new physician office

December 3, 2013 SAYRE?— Guthrie recently held the official ribbon-cutting ceremony for its new Guthrie Troy Practice, a 17,500 square foot, $5.9 million primary care and specialty care physician offic. more »»

Bullet in a wheelchair

November 26, 2013 By MIKE REUTHER With his wheelchair, Rikky Foresman shoots like a bullet across the play area of the Children’s Development Center in Williamsport, a smile creasing his fac. more »»

Senior workouts

November 20, 2013 Robert Miller had more than his share of health problems. A diabetic with severe breathing problems, there was not much he could do without becoming severely winded. more »»

Dr. Ralph Kaiser named 2013 Outstanding Primary Care Clinician

November 20, 2013 The Board of Directors and Staff of Susquehanna Community Health and Dental Center are pleased to announce that Dr. more »»

Senior workouts

November 19, 2013 Robert Miller had more than his share of health problems. A diabetic with severe breathing problems, there was not much he could do without becoming severely winded. more »»

Prevent injury changing from fall to winter sports

November 19, 2013 As fall sports are winding down, there seems to be no time to prepare for winter sports. Each sport places a different demand on the bod. more »»


November 12, 2013 Clot busters long have been used to help stoke victims avoid devastating, even fatal outcomes. more »»

Don’t roll the dice

November 5, 2013 Late fall means the coming of the holidays, cold weather and the inevitable flu season. Every year in the U.S. between 5 and 20 percent of the population gets influenza. more »»

Healthier eating with the Glycemic Index

November 5, 2013 You may hear about people “counting their carbs” as a way to lose weight, control their blood sugar or eat more healthfully. There are three kinds of carbohydrates —sugar, starch and fiber. more »»

Survivor: ‘Living was what mattered’

October 29, 2013 For Beth Onesi, undergoing a mastectomy was the best choice after being diagnosed with breast cancer. In fact, Onesi, 51, of Sunbury, chose to undergo the procedure not once but twice. more »»


October 22, 2013 HUGHESVILLE — Austin Polcyn doesn’t let something such as Tourette syndrome stop him from doing something he loves — and doing it well. more »»



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