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Webb Weekly is a family-oriented newspaper direct mailed to over 58,000 homes each week.

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280 Kane St. STE #2
South Williamsport, PA
United States

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  • When is it Time for Hernia Surgery?0

    Have you ever noticed a small bulge in your abdomen or groin? Even if it isn’t painful, it could be a hernia. Unfortunately, aside from resting and taking ibuprofen for pain, there isn’t much you can do on your own to treat a hernia, but have a general surgeon repair the hernia. What is a

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  • International Literacy Day0

    Before I get started, I just want to thank Jimmy for giving me his space this week. Literacy is an issue that is important to both of us and that, coupled with Hunter’s Thursday night football game at UConn (#GoHuskies), we decided that I get to kick off (pun intended) this week’s issue. According to

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  • September is Sight Saving Month0

    September is Sight Saving Month. It is estimated that about 47,000 Americans a year will lose their sight, which equals one person every 11 minutes. The International Council of Ophthalmology states that 80% of blindness is avoidable, 20% is preventable, and 60% is treatable. Central Susquehanna Sight Services would like to stress the importance of

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  • Avoid Medication Errors With These Tips

    Avoid Medication Errors With These Tips0

    Prescription medications are a necessity for many people. The American Academy of Family Physicians says that, each week, four out of five adults in the United States will use prescription medications, over-the-counter drugs and/or various supplements. Approximately one-third of adults take five or more medications at the same time. The potential for adverse drug events

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  • Questions Older Drivers Can Ask Themselves to See if it’s Still Safe to Drive

    Questions Older Drivers Can Ask Themselves to See if it’s Still Safe to Drive0

    Men and women know that adjustments must be made as they get older. Athletes nearing their golden years may not be able to push themselves as hard at the gym as they once did. Professionals nearing retirement age might not be able to pull long hours at the office like they used to. But aging

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  • Common Cataract Causes and Treatment

    Common Cataract Causes and Treatment0

    Cataracts are the most common cause of vision loss among people age 40 and older. According to All About Vision, cataracts also are the principal cause of blindness in the world. There are more cases of cataracts worldwide than there are glaucoma, macular degeneration and diabetic retinopathy, states Prevent Blindness America. Fortunately, cataracts are easily

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  • Backpack Safety: Lighten Your Load This School Year0

    The new school year is here, which means you’ve probably finished your back-to-school shopping. But, in addition to the important decision of what clothes to buy your kids, you should also make sure you take time to buy a quality backpack that won’t cause your child an injury. The American Physical Therapy Association says as

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  • Three Tips When Reading Nutrition Facts Labels0

    Much about trips to the grocery store has changed since many adults were children. Many grocery stores are considerably larger than they were as recently as 20 years ago and now sell everything from traditional grocery store fare to clothing to items one might expect to find in a hardware store. Another aspect of grocery

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