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  • UPMC Nurse: Summer Bicycle Safety0

    Going for a bike ride is a fun yet potentially risky way to exercise outdoors. While it benefits you physically, it’s important to remember to stay cautious as falls and collisions with pedestrians or automobiles have the ability to cause significant injuries. Brush up on the following bicycle safety tips to ensure you’re as safe

  • WASD Education Foundation Grants $4,000 to Support Summer Reading, Grow Elementary Collections0

    With just days to go before summer vacation, the Williamsport Area School District Education Foundation (WASDEF) announced its distribution of $4,000 to WASD’s elementary library system in support of the district’s revival of its #MillionairesRead Summer Reading Program. Grant dollars will be used to purchase brand-new books to recognize and honor incoming kindergarten through fifth-grade

  • UPMC Dermatologist: Preventing and Detecting Skin Cancer0

    Have you been spending more time outdoors to enjoy the warmer weather? If your answer is yes, have you also been taking steps to protect your skin from the sun? If not, now is the time to start adding a few important steps to your morning routine to help prevent skin cancer. According to Centers

  • UPMC Clinician: Surprising Facts About Organ Donation0

    Making the decision to become an organ donor is an important one. Every person that says yes to organ donation gives hope to the tens of thousands of people waiting for organ, eye, and tissue donations. Many people have misconceptions about organ and tissue donation, which can discourage them from registering as organ donors. Each

  • UPMC Provider: Prioritize Routine Health Care Visits0

    After two years of facing pandemic woes, it is time to make your health a top priority again. While you may think a primary care appointment is not urgent and it’s OK to put off a visit with your provider, you may be setting yourself up for potentially serious health issues later. Cancer and other

  • UPMC Gastroenterologist: Don’t Delay Preventative Screenings0

    Over the past two years, the pandemic may have caused quite a few changes in your day-to-day life. Travel plans were cancelled, a lot of people worked from home, and you might have even had to isolate from your loved ones. Another concerning item to add to the list is that you may have delayed

  • National Nurses Day May 6th0

    May 6th is National Nurses Day — a day to help bring awareness to their hard work and dedication and to say thanks to the millions of nurses across the country. I’ve encountered many male and female nurses over the years, and nearly all do their work in a compassionate and professional manner. They often

  • How to Corral Spring Allergies0

    Spring is synonymous with rebirth. Each spring, flowers begin to bloom again, grass starts to grow and people from all walks of life rekindle their love affair with the great outdoors. Spring also marks the return of a familiar foe: allergies. Seasonal allergies can put a damper on even the most welcoming spring day. After

  • UPMC Physician: Managing Varicose Vein Pain0

    There are many misconceptions about varicose veins, or the twisted, swollen, dark blue or purple-colored veins that bulge beneath the skin’s surface. Some examples of these myths are that the veins are just a cosmetic concern, they only affect women of a certain age, and that they appear more often in active people. However, the

  • UPMC Physician: Getting Active in Spring0

    Spring is the season of renewal and growth. We’re emerging from the winter season, a time when we’re not as physically active, and looking to take full advantage of the longer, sunny days and warmer temperatures. Unfortunately, this is also a prime time for injuries resulting from the rapid ramping up of activity. Spending months

  • UPMC Physician: Allergies or Something More?0

    It’s been a few weeks since the official start of spring. You may have noticed warmer weather, sprouting plants, and an unfortunate side effect – dreaded allergy symptoms. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), about 60 million Americans suffer from seasonal allergies every year. Allergy symptoms are a reaction to foreign

  • How Climate Change is Already Affecting Daily Life0

    Climate change poses a significant threat to future generations. Rising sea levels and food shortages are just two of the climate-related issues future generations may be forced to confront. But it’s not just tomorrow’s generations that will be forced to deal with the consequences of climate change. Climate change is often described and discussed in