Location: Penn State Medical Group
Using war metaphors in reference to Alzheimer's disease should be replaced with messages of resilience against a complex, age-associated condition that may not be fully defeatable, according to a team of researchers.
Many of us are guilty of neglecting our medicine cabinet – specifically our old prescriptions and needles. Holding on to them as a “just in case” or because they were expensive. So, how do we properly dispose of these potentially harmful items?
Dr. Daleela Dodge is fascinated by the resilience of her patients. The breast surgeon at Penn State Breast Center has repeatedly seen how social networks, diet, exercise, a strong support system, mindfulness and therapy through music, art and writing can be an important part of recovery and remission from breast cancer.
Penn State Health Milton S. Hershey Medical Center once again demonstrated strong financial performance in a fiscal year punctuated by record external research funding and strong gains in patient safety, satisfaction and quality care outcomes.