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Previously in I Just Wanna Feel Better, we talked about habits and the tenacious steps that we have to implement in order to disrupt and alter them. We talked about how we feel in our bodies and how … more
NATIONWIDE — When a foodborne illness outbreak happens, tracking the source down is critical. Scientists with the USDA’s Agricultural Research Service (ARS) have a plan: they are … more
Being knowledgeable about communicable diseases is essential when traveling to any country or region in the world, including in the U.S. The number of people striking out to more exotic locations … more
Sullivan folks: talk about your health SULLIVAN COUNTY, NY — How are you doing, health-wise?Sullivan County Public Health is conducting a community health survey from now through May, and … more
If you’re like me, you cherish pretty much everything about springtime, from the warmer temperatures to the abundant outdoor activities and rebirth of the flowers and trees. Of course, that … more
Previously on “I just wanna feel better,” we talked about habits: habituated behaviors that are unconscious, or second nature. We talked about the work of Kern Beares and the need and … more
EVERYWHERE — As we look forward to the spring season, many of our New Year’s resolutions have come and gone. Studies confirm these resolutions often fail after a few weeks, yet the spring … more
REGION — Did you miss AmeriCorps Week in March? It hailed the volunteer work of a legion of people aged 55 and up, the members of the Retired Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP) and AmeriCorps … more
Fair Hill Therapeutic Riding Center opens in Damascus DAMASCUS, PA — Riding horseback has always been great exercise. But for those with physical, cognitive, social and emotional needs, … more
Wayne Memorial looking for new site in Carbondale HONESDALE, PA — Starting Monday, April 4, Wayne Memorial Hospital’s Carbondale lab and radiology services, plus the primary care … more
The world has certainly had its share of trauma in the past two-and-a-half years. There has been COVID, natural disasters and now we watch as Russia wages war with Ukraine, and we wonder if there … more
EVERYWHERE — If there's a doctor in your life, reach out to him or her on Wednesday, March 30, and say "Thank you."  The red carnation, writes Jigneth Sheth, M.D.,  "is a … more
SCRANTON, PA — One of the fastest-growing fields of medicine, lifestyle medicine differs from mainstream medical approaches by emphasizing non-pharmaceutical, non-invasive treatments such as … more
Garnet Health promotes three in IT MIDDLETOWN, NY — Michael Lorenzo, Regina Carey and Katie Haun have all been promoted within Garnet Health’s Information Technology … more
What's new for healthcare in the Upper Delaware region, March 3 to 9 more
NATIONWIDE — Were you, or a loved one, ever denied Medicare benefits for skilled nursing because a hospital stay was classed as being on “observation status” rather than … more
HONESDALE, PA — Herbert Baker is banking on a titanium implant in his leg to help him walk again. The 63-year-old Shohola man underwent two surgeries at Wayne Memorial Hospital to battle a … more
The natural disasters in California over this past New Year remind us that we are all at risk of losing our home or business due to fires, flooding or weather-related … more
ONLINE — March 8 is International Women’s Day. To mark it, Hortonville, NY-based writer, empowerment coach and healer Amanda McCormick is holding her first annual International … more
Previously on “I just wanna feel better,” we explored habits, those unconscious behaviors that we have the ability to disrupt if we think about what triggers them, how we respond, and … more
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