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no-charge testing at Rite Aid’s existing testing sites will be expanded to individuals 13 years of age and older – regardless of whether the individual is symptomatic or asymptomatic
The Pennsylvania cat is one of a handful of COVID-19 positive pets from across the United States that died or were euthanized while infected. All pets infected had known prolonged exposure to COVID-19 individuals
Brittain has witnessed many magical moments in the delivery room, but there’s something the experienced midwife wants the community to know: “It’s more than babies and moms.”
As a teen and young adult struggling with addiction, Heather lived for her next fix. Today she is an example of how, with the right help, a person with addiction can change their life..
The goal is to raise $70,000 to support educational equipment and a new education room/suite at the medical center. The campaign matches gifts up to $15,000
About one in ten Americans struggle with substance use disorder. About half of us have a friend, family or loved one fighting addiction.
There are three keys to food security,” Redding said. “Is food available, is food affordable, and is food safe? The Fresh Food Financing Initiative helps make ‘yes’ the answer to all three questions.
This is one of the mildest years for West Nile Virus activity since the program started in Franklin County
Growing up, I would often hear the statement, “It takes a village to raise a child.” My village was extended…
Several WellSpan offices created “safe rooms” that were designated for well-child checks and vaccinations. The arrangement also eliminates wait times so waiting rooms remain lightly populated
A new analysis by financial services website WalletHub ranking states by their COVID-19 restrictions places Pennsylvania firmly near the top. The Keystone State landed at No. 2, second only to California in the number of constraints imposed on the population.
Byers had previously delivered two children in Waynesboro. She worried she wouldn’t have the same natural experience at Chambersburg.