When the veins in the legs function properly, they carry blood to your heart. But when they start to malfunction, they may carry blood in the opposite direction,
What Does a Nurse Practitioner Do?
Although nurse practitioners have been providing high-quality patient care for more than half a century and are found in nearly every health care setting,
Make 2021 the Year for You!
As the new year rolls around, many of us focus on changing our behaviors or making a New Year’s resolution. For some that might be to balance our personal
Know Your Risk For Developing Hereditary Cancers
Artificial Intelligence and Quick Action are Key to Recovery From Stroke
Although nearly 800,000 Americans will have a new or recurrent stroke this year, their opportunities for recovery have never been greater. But key to that
Breast Cancer Patients at St. Joseph Cancer Center Benefit From Community Partnership
While the pandemic has affected the lives of most people, breast cancer patients face the added concern of being at higher risk for serious complications
Women’s Doctor Appointments: Get in Now!
This article was originally published in the fall 2020 edition of Women2Women Magazine, 10-year Anniversary Edition. Penn State Health St. Joseph is a
New Support Group Targets Patients Living with Chronic Diseases
Penn State Health St. Joseph has introduced the Chronic Disease Wellness Hour, a monthly educational and emotional support group for patients living with
Weekly Farm Stand Reopens at St. Joseph Downtown Campus
After a brief hiatus due to the coronavirus pandemic, the Blue Mountain Academy Farm Stand has reopened at St. Joseph’s Downtown Campus.
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Penn State Health Women’s Care Promotes Menopause Myth-Busting
For many women, their understanding of what menopause is and how it will affect them has been distorted by the media’s inaccurate portrayal of this important