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There's a good chance you know someone who has been affected by cancer. Right now, different cancers can be diagnosed using different screenings, but researchers... [Read More]
There's a good chance you know someone who has been affected by cancer. Right now, different cancers can be diagnosed using different screenings, but researchers... [Read More]
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Emily Gavigan is a Scranton Prep grad, a Laflin native, a young woman who, before she got sick, dealt with nothing more than a bit... [Read More]
Right now at a middle or high school near you, there could be a student who would make a great health professional. Finding those students... [Read More]
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Thursday was Go Red for Women Day, a time to remind women to take charge of their heart health. The Luzerne County/Lackawanna County chapter of... [Read More]
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A study published in the medical journal "Vaccine" last month appeared to show a link between flu shots and miscarriage. No doubt, that made some... [Read More]
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There's an event happening Friday night in Lackawanna County honoring a wife, mother, grandmother, and friend - and hopefully raising money in her name. It's... [Read More]
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A retired police officer says he is crossing his fingers that he'll soon be able to be medication-free. He's one patient at Geisinger Wyoming Valley... [Read More]
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An event focusing on Alzheimers and caregivers of those who have the disease, is happening Thursday night in Scranton and it features a famous name... [Read More]
The Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins take to the rink for their season opener this weekend with a game at home versus the Charlotte Checkers. Last season, one... [Read More]
Fans of the hit AMC television series "Breaking Bad" will no doubt be familiar with R.J. Mitte. He portrayed Walter White Jr. on the show.... [Read More]
Sometimes a heartbeat can be too fast, too slow, or irregular. Doctors often use pacemakers to regulate someone's heartbeat. One man from Lackawanna County has... [Read More]
Food can most certainly make you sick and it can also be medicine, so it's no surprise that many of us are on the lookout... [Read More]
Downtown Scranton will be a sea of pink Saturday morning for the annual Komen NEPA Race for the Cure. Thousands of breast cancer survivors, fighters,... [Read More]
Last year, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, there were 91 overdose deaths each day - 13 of them in the state... [Read More]
It's time to talk about mental health and suicide prevention and the folks at Entercom Radio stations are listening. "I'm Listening" is the name of... [Read More]
Occupational therapy is something you may not associate with children, but many kids can benefit from it. We met one little guy who is getting... [Read More]
Most of the time when salt is in the news, it isn't good. We hear all the time that too much salt is bad for... [Read More]
August is National Breastfeeding Awareness Month, a campaign sponsored by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Its research indicates that babies who are... [Read More]
There's a good chance you know a family who is dealing with autism, and right now, there's an organization that would like to collect DNA... [Read More]
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