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South Williamsport, PA
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  • UPMC Physician: Back-To-School Health Advice for Parents Steven Barrows, M.D. Family Medicine, UPMC0

    School is back in session across the north central region of Pennsylvania. While there is plenty of excitement to go around for both children and parents, it may be a difficult transition for your family. To help with this period of change, it is important to prioritize your children’s health as well as your own.

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  • UPMC Expert: Understanding Headaches0

    If you have experienced a headache or migraine, you know how debilitating they can be. As of 2018, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reported that 3% of all annual emergency department visits in the United States are due to complaints of headaches. While most headaches are not the result of a serious

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  • September is Library Card Sign-Up Month0

    September is Library Card Sign-Up Month, a time when the James V. Brown Library joins the American Library Association (ALA) and libraries nationwide to remind parents, caregivers and students that signing up for a library card is the first step on the path to academic achievement and lifelong learning. Libraries play a crucial role in

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  • UPMC Physician: Understanding Concussions in Sports0

    In recent years, concussions have been at the forefront of sports medicine, and for good reason. A complex injury that is difficult to diagnose, concussions can seem devastating to a young athlete’s career, but they are treatable if you know the signs and symptoms. Concussions do not always involve being “knocked out” or a loss

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  • Six Simple Ways to Soothe a Teething Baby

    Six Simple Ways to Soothe a Teething Baby0

    There’s nothing cuter than those first toothy grins, but cutting teeth is a tough business. When a baby is teething, parents often spend long days and nights trying to soothe their little one’s discomfort. Teething affects babies differently; some may not be bothered at all, while others only have trouble with some teeth. Swollen, red

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  • Three Tips to Boost Your Children’s Self-Esteem This School Year

    Three Tips to Boost Your Children’s Self-Esteem This School Year0

    While packing bags and backpacks for school, there’s one essential that may be overlooked: Children’s self-esteem. Although many children may feel confident and self-assured at home, they can feel differently in the classroom. When children have high self-esteem, they’re less likely to reflect negative feelings toward others. “If children can treat themselves kindly, they’ll treat

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  • Breastfeeding Provides Health Protection for Mom and Baby0

    Breastfeeding is often thought of as a gift between mother and baby. Not only does it provide bonding time, but the health benefits for both baby and mom are undeniable. Breastfeeding gives your baby all the nutrition and disease protection needed for normal growth and lifelong disease protection. August is National Breastfeeding Month, a month

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  • UPMC Physician: Navigating Health Care as a Young Adult0

    Our teenage years and early twenties are a pivotal time of change in our lives. Young adults are simultaneously transitioning educationally or vocationally, legally, socially, and emotionally. Young adults take on the responsibilities of becoming an adult and navigating life, and managing health and wellness are a big piece of the life puzzle. From updating

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  • WASD Students to Receive Free Breakfast, Lunch Through Community Eligibility Provision Program0

    By participating in the Community Eligibility Provision (CEP) Program, Williamsport Area School District will offer free breakfast and lunch to all students during the 2022-2023 school year. Families of students enrolled in and who attend district schools are able to benefit from the program, administered by the U.S. Department of Agriculture, without having to pay

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  • Vet-Approved Tips to Help Keep Pets Safe this Summer

    Vet-Approved Tips to Help Keep Pets Safe this Summer0

    Extreme temperatures can have big impacts on pets. With record-breaking heat across much of the nation, the experts at Freshpet are helping pet parents with these tips to help keep their pets healthy and safe this summer. Heat stroke can occur quickly in dogs. Without the ability to sweat the same way humans do, it’s

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  • UPMC Expert: Telehealth Seeks to Overcome Barriers in Rural Communities0

    Using the internet and wireless devices seems like second nature in our modern lives, but did you know that as many as 800,000 Pennsylvanians, or 6% of the commonwealth’s population, does not have access to broadband internet? These individuals and families lack the same connectivity options and technological opportunities as those with fast, strong, and

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  • UPMC Specialist: Getting Sound Sleep Essential to Health0

    Summer is here and many adults, just like kids, take advantage of all the season has to offer by short-changing their sleep schedule. Vacations and travel, enjoying late nights with the kids, and just trying to make the most of the extra daylight hours can really play havoc on the body and a few extra

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