The art of aging gracefully includes good hearing care. After all, communication is integral to maintaining those vital connections with friends and family and for full enjoyment of your favorite … Continue Reading →
It’s hard to believe there’s something Jean-Pierre deChadarevian, MD, hasn’t done. Born in Beirut, Lebanon, the pediatric pathologist later moved to Canada to study. Just over 30 years ago, he … Continue Reading →
By: Pedro Edney, MSW In my professional experiences with the adolescent population as a therapist, clinical social worker, and an intern probation officer, I have found a correlation between self-harm … Continue Reading →
Weiss, director of breast radiation oncology and breast health outreach at Lankenau, is extremely vocal about the continued need for patient education and lifestyle changes, especially if the patient hasn’t … Continue Reading →
Lankenau Medical Center was honored for its conservation efforts in construction of the Heart Pavilion. More from Philadelphia Business Journal.
Judy Matusky, RD, LDN, nutrition specialist at Bryn Mawr and Paoli Hospitals Food I Wouldn’t Eat: Pork Belly. One thing I wouldn’t eat is pork belly. I know it’s a … Continue Reading →
Rachel Kramer didn’t really struggle with her weight during childhood. Although she admits her athletic ability could use some work—she recalls having difficulty running the mile in elementary school and … Continue Reading →
Marlin Killen hadn’t been expecting to be told she had lung cancer. Or any cancer at all. “I had been in a car accident; I was rear-ended by a truck, … Continue Reading →