Mild mood swings may be considered a normal part of pregnancy, but 15 to 20% of women experience more significant depression symptoms before or after giving birth. Changes in environment, relationships, and other major adjustments in life occur during this time, but if feelings of sadness, t…
Danville, Pa. -- Beginning Wednesday, May 12, Geisinger will offer a free virtual support group for survivors of COVID-19. Erin Hall, Psy.D, a psychologist with Geisinger, will host the group each Wednesday from 4 to 5 p.m.
Milton, Pa. - TIME, The Improved Milton Experience, will hold its Milton in Motion “Walk – Jog - Run” Outdoor Wellness Program all summer, through October 31, 2021.
Williamsport, Pa. – UPMC Hillman Cancer Center in Williamsport now offers Paxman® scalp cooling therapy for cancer patients to help reduce hair loss during chemotherapy.
Tioga County, Pa. – Family medicine plays a critical role in our overall health, helping us stay on top of our wellness and catch potential problems early through preventive health screenings and check-ins.
Williamsport, Pa. —The Crazy Tomato referred to it as “the end of an era” and “a new beginning” on its Facebook page Monday night as it announced a relocation.
Bloomsburg, Pa. – Bloomsburg University held its in-person nursing pinning ceremony on Saturday, May 1, in the Haas Center for the Arts on campus. More than 80 students received a pin.
Evangelical Community Hospital is proud to announce the recertification of its Pulmonary and Cardiac Rehabilitation programs by the American Association for Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Rehabilitation (AACVPR).
Wellsboro, Pa. -- Linda Sweely brings fresh baked goods and other foods to the Wellsboro Growers Market every Thursday from 2:30 to 5:30 p.m. She is up and baking by 5 a.m. that day.
With limited access to transportation and modern technology, the Amish community is in a vulnerable position during the pandemic. To close the access gap, UPMC Susquehanna's mobile EMS unit makes house calls.
On May 23, 2019, Pennsylvania changed the 143rd day of the year forever as it became a day of kindness dedicated to the State’s best neighbor—Fred Rogers.
With Mother’s Day part of the annual springtime cycle of renewal, this year’s celebration brings added significance given Pennsylvania’s planned/gradual reopening amid the COVID-19 emergency.
Bare grocery shelves got you down? Learn how to grow food in your own backyard. Register before midnight tonight to join the Penn State Master Gardners for a "Victory Garden Reinvented" webinar.
Even while the doors are closed, the River Valley Regional YMCA said they are striving to serve the community. To support members, volunteers, and staff while facilities are closed, they have created new online resources and will be hosting blood drives at their facilities throughout April and May.
Williamsport — Throngs of people gather in front of the door, waiting for an associate to push the key through the lock. Pushing and shoving for carts ensues, and the worst of people comes out as they attempt to gather supplies from the store.
Spring is the season of renewal and growth. This year, it will also be the season we remember being stuck at home while we social distanced ourselves so we could stay healthy and virus free. We can use the extra time we have from not running between activities and commitments to improve ours…
Bucknell's Counseling & Student Development Center is available to its clients during the covid-19, though the on-campus counseling center has had to adjust how it does its business.
Bloomsburg -- Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania will hold a virtual self-care summit from April 5 - 10. The summit will give participants the tools to manage stress, anxiety, and overall better self-care during challenging times.
Williamsport -- In celebration of National Doctors' Day, held annually on March 30, Susquehanna region's UPMC branch made a $5,000 donation to the Central Pennsylvania Food Bank. The funds will be used for the food bank's Health Innovations Program, which connects its emergency food network …
Williamsport — A small crack could be heard in Sarah Kudlack’s voice as she described the current situation facing her business as she and her husband juggle a desire to help the community and retain employees that have been loyal to the business.