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Danville -- As businesses prepare to reopen across the Commonwealth, Geisinger has created a database of online resources to help employers keep staff and customers safe and healthy. The site's resources include frequently asked questions, best practices, guidance for screening employees, pr…

Each week the FDA updates their Frequently Asked Questions to answer some pressing questions about COVID-19. While there's still no answer to the all-important question, "When will this be over?" FAQ updates are still worth checking out for the latest information from the Food and Drug Admin…

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With the state slowly opening back with the progression to yellow, and for some counties, green, many people are beginning to return to work. However, after having some time off, and with everything going on in the world, workers need to focus on their mental and physical health to ensure th…

Coronavirus testing has been a constant subject of conversations, press conferences, and reports over the past few months, usually in the context of testing numbers.

PA Lyme held their first Zoom webinar on May 12, which covered the topic "Living with Lyme Disease in a Coronavirus World." If you missed it, the webinar is available to watch here. The second webinar, "Living With Lyme Disease in a Fast-Changing World," will be held on the evening of Tuesda…

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While trying to stay active during pregnancy, women face many challenges both physically and mentally. The good news is that now that the baby has arrived, you can focus on getting back to your pre-pregnancy activity level or work toward a new goal to help you feel your best.

Danville -- Most patients with COVID-19 are able to recover at home if their symptoms do not become severe. To be sure that their recoveries are going well, Geisinger has launched a new mobile app to connect patients and care providers and track symptoms twice a day.

Given current events, many locations that normally host blood drives are closed. Fewer blood drive locations means fewer blood drives, and fewer blood drives means a decreased supply of blood. To help maintain a sufficient supply, the American Red Cross is asking anyone who is able to help h…