Location: Penn State Health Milton S. Hershey Medical Center
Infectious mononucleosis, or mono, sidelines high school athletes every year. Kids who play sports aren’t more susceptible to the disease. Instead, adolescent competitors are at a greater risk for one of the illness’s serious complications — splenic rupture.
A recent study, published in Nature Genetics, reveals that addictions to tobacco and alcohol may result from a complex blend of genes and environmental influences, and are genetically correlated to other health issues and diseases.
Staff at Penn State Health Milton S. Hershey Medical Center rally with the family of Maggie Garrett and Anthony Chalker to hold a wedding for the couple. The prognosis for Garrett’s stage 4 cancer gives her only weeks.
On March 15, 2019, fourth-year Penn State College of Medicine students learned where they’ll be heading for their residencies during Match Day – an annual tradition for medical students across the country. At the College of Medicine event, which took place at the Sheraton Harrisburg Hershey Hotel, students counted down together until the clock struck […]