Location: Penn State Health
Penn State Health Milton S. Hershey Medical Center released MyYoMingo on April 17, a free educational app that offers expectant moms help with topics ranging from prenatal care to child’s first birthday.
Too much screen time can cause health problems for an adult. Mix it with the turmoil of teen years — or the plasticity of a preschooler’s brain — and it can lead to conditions ranging from obesity to mental health disorders.
The American Heart Association and Penn State Children’s Hospital honored 12 students from Dauphin, Lancaster and York county schools for their winning essays and artwork that presented their visions of a healthier community and heart heroes.
In this special edition of Ask Us Anything About..., Lanae Ampersand, program manager for Behavioral Health at Penn State Health, addresses questions regarding stress, live from the Business Women’s Forum at Messiah College.
The 35th annual Children’s Miracle Network Telethon benefitting Penn State Children’s Hospital will air Monday, June 3 from 5 a.m. to 8 p.m. on WGAL-TV 8. The telethon will be broadcast from the Children’s Hospital.
Penn State Health Milton S. Hershey Medical Center is opening the first phase of an expansion to its Emergency Department, a project that began in November 2017. The first phase of the expansion includes four additional care initiation areas, four exam bays and six treatment rooms, as well as a new main entrance, registration desk […]
Six patients who share a history of severe heart failure celebrated the state-of-the-art device that saved their lives at Penn State Health Milton S. Hershey Medical Center’s annual Left Ventricular Assist Devices reunion on April 26.