Penn State Health St. Joseph and Penn State Berks were recipients of a grant from Invent Penn State, an economic development initiative of partnerships with
Experts Discuss Concussion Problem During Recent Seminar
It seems like just about everyone is weighing in on concussions these days, particularly those injuries that result from participation in sports. Members
Don’t Let Cookouts Sabotage Your Health!
Whether you are managing your blood sugars or just trying to make healthier choices this summer, navigating the cookout scene can be overwhelming. Enjoy your
The 411 on Varicose Vein Treatments
Unsightly varicose and spider veins are easy to ignore when they’ve covered up during the winter, but when skirts and shorts replace winter pants they become
Start Your Summer Off Safely
The calendar may not agree, but along with Memorial Day the unofficial start of summer has arrived. And, while the season brings opportunities for picnics,
Supporting the Mind After a Stroke
Victoria Rottler, Penn State Berks student
The house is silent and the bedroom is pitch-black except for the moon peaking in between the drawn curtains.
Penn State Stroke Center Again Earns Highest Level of Stroke Center Designation
The Penn State Stroke Center has once again earned a designation that recognizes the high level of care it provides to patients with the most severe and challenging
Low Dose CT Lung Cancer Screening has Potential to Save Lives
Lung cancer causes more deaths every year in the United States than colon, breast and prostate cancers combined.
Not counting skin cancer, it is the second
Y-90 Treatment Provides Option for Cancer Patients
Thomas Souders of Fleetwood treasures every moment he gets with his beloved, 18-month-old granddaughter, Regan Lynn. Without the team of health care providers
Colorectal Conditions and Surgery
Some of the top-ranked colorectal surgeons in the country are now practicing at Penn State St. Joseph, bringing their advanced expertise in diagnostics, drug