For thousands of years, people have been using complementary medicine; treatments like massage therapy and acupuncture. It’s becoming more p…
Determined to get rid of those holiday pounds? Focus on healthy eating not exercise.
ZenTangle is offered at the Wellspan Ephrata Cancer Center. It helps patients like Posey keep their minds off all the tough things that canc…
New treatments are transforming how patients live with cancer, without surgery or chemo.
More than 400 people registered for the ZERO Prostate Cancer Walk/Run that took place Friday on City Island in Harrisburg.
According to a new study one in 10 pregnant women in the U.S. admit to drinking alcohol. One-third of those women also binge drink.
A new study is challenging conventional wisdom about breastfeeding.
HERSHEY, Pa. (WHTM) – Myra Brigito takes her breast health seriously, especially since she works for Penn State Hershey Breast Center.
Fast food can be a tasty option every now and then, but doctors say you’re risking your health by making it a daily meal.
Fall sports are in full swing and proper nutrition is important to fuel kids’ activity and their growth.
Adults may experience the need to be constantly active on social media, but for teens, that need can turn to anxiety and even depression.
It’s a huge dilemma for parents: How many hours of sleep should your children get?
Many Americans are not getting enough sleep. But how does your sleep affect your overall health?
Federal officials need to do more to prevent for-profit stem cell clinics from exploiting and potentially injuring patients. That’s accordin…
Surgical relief for a common chronic progressive disease, acid reflux.
New research suggests that half of all U.S. adults have diabetes or pre-diabetes.
New technology gives women a better chance at harvesting and freezing their eggs.
September is Prostate Cancer Awareness Month. One in seven men will get the disease, which can be deadly. It’s an issue a lot of men aren’t …
Patients typically need 2 treatments, which can cost $2,500 in total
A pediatricians’ group is recommending that infants at high risk of peanut allergies be given foods containing peanuts before they turn 1.