Aug 8, 2019
For each stage of life, you should take different steps to protect your bones. A Penn State Sports Medicine doctor helps you bone up on bone health.
Wild Onions, a publication for the literary and visual arts, welcomes submissions of original, not previously published literary, artistic or photographic work on all topics for its 2020 edition.
A Penn College of Medicine/Penn State Harrisburg research study investigates how religion and spirituality can help parents cope with the challenges of having a child in the neonatal intensive care unit.
Dr. Jessika Kissling of Penn State Health St. Joseph Women’s Services and Kirsten Benjamin, the organization's director, spoke about opioid addiction's effects on pregnant mothers and their babies.
Four Diamonds Mini-THON revealed a record $7.2 million raised in one year to fight childhood cancer at the annual Mini-THON Leadership Summit on August 9.
Penn State Health joined 11 communities across the region Tuesday for National Night Out, the annual neighborhood-building campaign that promotes police-resident partnerships and camaraderie.
One of the most common problems cardiologists handle is atrial fibrillation, an abnormal or irregular heartbeat that can lead to blood clots, stroke, heart failure and other heart-related complications.
Children’s Miracle Network (CMN) Hershey supports 11 camps across central Pennsylvania – either directly or through camper scholarships – that welcome some 250 children with special medical needs.
As part of its continuing commitment to price transparency and helping consumers make informed health care choices, Penn State Health is now providing access to a secure, online pricing tool.
A rite of passage for medical students at Penn State College of Medicine — the 24th White Coat Ceremony — took place on Aug. 2.