The summer squash salad with herbs was met with approval during a recent tasting in the lobby of Penn State Health St. Joseph’s Downtown Campus, with some
Rheumatoid Arthritis: A Chronic Affliction
By Amal Kebede, DO, Penn State Health St. Joseph Rheumatologist
This article appeared in Women2Women Magazine, Fall 2018 edition
More than 20 years ago, I
Love Salt? You Just Might be a Supertaster
Penn State College of Agricultural Sciences food scientists discovered several years ago why some people have a harder time than others passing up the salt
Fear of Missing Out Can Negatively Impact Your Life.
If you’re constantly checking Facebook, desperate to see where your friends are and what they’re doing, and then becoming upset when you discover they’re
Activity on Social Media can Help Older Adults Feel Less Isolated and More Empowered
In a study of Facebook use, older adults who posted a lot of personal stories on the social networking site felt a higher sense of community, and the more
150 Minutes to a Healthier Life
Who is ready to hang up the winter coats, put away the snow boots and get off the couch? It’s hard to believe that spring is here, but it is. This
10 Real Life Situations Our Nutrition Services Team Can Help
Penn State Health St. Joseph Nutrition Services are offered by Registered Dietitians. Unlike others that offer advice on nutrition and diet, Registered Dietitians
What to Know Before Seeking that “Healthy Glow”
It’s been a cold and windy spring, and everyone is ready for some sunshine.
If you’ve been thinking about getting a jump on the season with a visit to
Magical Leprechaun Eggs
Wishing you Good Health, Good Luck and Happiness this St. Patrick’s Day!
Start your day off with a healthy and festive breakfast that harnesses super powerful
The Body: A Detox Machine
Consuming large food portions, endless cookies and too much alcohol during the Holidays can leave us feeling sluggish and tired in the New Year. We may feel