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Century after major polio epidemic, eradication eyed

July 5, 2016 DOYLESTOWN (AP) — It rained hard the day before Nick Hovemeyer came down with polio in the summer of 1945. more »»

It sucks — startups look to redesign the breast pump

July 5, 2016 NEW YORK (AP) — Ask many mothers and they’ll tell you, pumping sucks in more than one sense of the word. “It feels like you are a cow. more »»

Fitness trackers can help you achieve health goals

July 5, 2016 To make positive lifestyle changes, you need to recognize your current habits. more »»

Antibiotic-resistant bacteria growing cause for concern

June 28, 2016 Last month, a Pennsylvania woman became the first person in the U.S. to be found carrying bacteria resistant to antibiotics of last resort. more »»

Poll: A third of people have done no long-term care planning

June 28, 2016 CHICAGO — Demand for long-term care is expected to increase as the nation ages, but the majority of Americans 40 and older lack confidence in their ability to pay for i. more »»

Treatments for headache vary depending on the type, severity

June 28, 2016 Headaches can range from a dull ache to debilitating pain that interferes with work and other activities. more »»

Your Health

June 28, 2016 SH announces healthy events Susquehanna Health announces healthy events for the community. They are as follows: 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. more »»

3 nurses picked for DAISY Award

June 28, 2016 Three Susquehanna Health nurses recently were recognized as recipients of the DAISY Award for Extraordinary Nurses, according to a news release from Susquehanna Health. more »»

Geisinger system can predict if surgery can ‘cure’ diabetes

June 28, 2016 DANVILLE — Researchers at Geisinger Health System’s Obesity Institute have demonstrated that a scoring system they have developed can accurately predict the likelihood of patients being “cured” of... more »»

Bloodmobile stops are scheduled

June 28, 2016 The local chapter of the American Red Cross has scheduled the following bloodmobile visits: Clinton County July 6, noon-5 p.m., Renovo Fire Dept, 230 11th St., Renovo July 11, 1-6 p.m. more »»

Muncy Valley Hospital ER expansion under way

June 21, 2016 MUNCY — Work is under way this summer on a construction and renovation project to improve emergency services at Susquehanna Health’s Muncy Valley Hospital. The $14. more »»

FDA OKs stomach-draining treatment for those with obesity

June 21, 2016 WASHINGTON — A new weight loss device offers a novel approach to cutting calories: draining them from the stomach before they are fully digested. more »»

Keep your kids on track this summer for some healthy fun

June 21, 2016 School has ended and parents and children have graduated — they are both now in the summer stage. more »»

Your Health

June 21, 2016 SH announces healthy events Susquehanna Health announces healthy events for the community. They are as follows: 6:30 to 10:30 a.m. more »»

1st baby of June honored at Evangelical

June 21, 2016 SUBMITTED PHOTO In honor of National Dairy Month, Hannah Ross, the newly crowned SUN Area Dairy Princess, presented the first baby born in June at Evangelical Community Hospital’s The Family Place... more »»

SREMS recognized for heart attack response

June 21, 2016 Susquehanna Regional EMS, the region’s largest EMS agency, was recently recognized by the American Heart Association with its Mission: Lifeline EMS Gold Award for implementing quality improvement... more »»

SH recognized for work in Tanzania

June 21, 2016 Global Partners in Care, an affiliate organization of the National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization, recently recognized the partnership between Susquehanna Health Home Care & Hospice and... more »»

Feeling tired, lethargic? You might have anemia

June 14, 2016 Anemia is a condition in which a person lacks sufficient healthy red blood cells to carry adequate oxygen to the body’s tissues. more »»

Geisinger to connect research with patient care at symposium

June 14, 2016 DANVILLE — Brian Boyle’s future changed in an instant when a dump truck plowed into his vehicle. His organs and pelvis were pulverized. more »»

Yuck! Weird things that get into kids displayed

June 14, 2016 BOSTON — A chicken claw. An FDR pin. A crucifix. A toy sheriff’s star. more »»



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