Super Bowl Sunday may be named for football, but commercials and cuisine tend to be more popular than the main event. And with tempting options like creamy, cheesy dips and … Continue Reading →
By: Paula Durlofsky, Ph. D Self-esteem is a psychological term that defines our general evaluation of our overall worth as an individual, based on our own personal judgments of and … Continue Reading →
Though radiation therapy as part of cancer treatment has long been known to have an effect on heart health, a 2013 study published in The New England Journal of Medicine … Continue Reading →
Philadelphia Business Journal reports that Raymond Baraldi, Jr., MD, will work with Bryn Mawr Hospital and Main Line Health medical staffs to continue to ensure consistency, continuity and excellence in … Continue Reading →
NBC10 interviews Director of Nursing Ivan Scott at Bryn Mawr Hospital for an update on the number of victims admitted from the deadly pileup on the I-76 as well as … Continue Reading →
Anyone who has tried to lose weight understands that it can be a difficult task, regardless of your age, gender, health, or weight loss goal. But for women especially, weight … Continue Reading →
Philly.com reports that, at the Philadelphia Heart Ball, Dr. Peter R. Kowey, chief, Division of Cardiovascular Diseases at Main Line Health, will receive the Edward S. Cooper Award.
6ABC reports that Dr. Barbara Madden, an audiologist at Riddle Hospital Main Line Health, says hearing problems can develop suddenly – but most of the time, we barely notice them … Continue Reading →
NBC10 reports on a virus affecting children and older adults, and interviews Bryn Mawr Hospital’s Dr. Cheryl Clarkin.
Daily Local News reports that Ashvita, a name meaning “angel of the goddesses,” was born to father Sandeep and mother Pramona at Paoli Hospital at 12:02 a.m.