During the third trimester of pregnancy, most expectant moms are decorating the nursery, stocking up on diapers, and getting as much rest as they can before their bundle of joy … Continue Reading →
If you’ve ever been asked to choose between whole wheat and white toast, or had trouble deciding whether to buy brown rice or white, you’ve probably wondered what it is … Continue Reading →
By: Christine Hurley, RD, LDN, CDE; registered dietitian; Diabetes/Nutrition Center at Main Line Health Center Newtown Square High cholesterol can be a factor in a number of different health issues, … Continue Reading →
Immediately following a heart attack, most patients are focused on getting back on their feet and taking control of their physical health. But that’s not all there is to consider; … Continue Reading →
As this year’s strand of the enterovirus begins to make its way into the northeast region—more than 20 cases were recently detected in Delaware—many parents are left wondering how they … Continue Reading →
“Tangible or visible organization leads to emotional organization,” says Lauren Napolitano, PsyD, a psychologist at Bryn Mawr Hospital in Pennsylvania. More from ABC News.
Debbie Fioravanti, telemetry nurse at Bryn Mawr Hospital, has received the DAISY Award for Extraordinary Nurses. The quarterly award is presented to a nurse who provides outstanding care to patients … Continue Reading →
Crews have been at work this summer demolishing two older buildings on the Bryn Mawr Hospital campus. More from Main Line Media News.
In the battle against obesity, a personalized weight loss plan is best. Your doctor can help you create one based on your age, weight, health, and medical history. Several methods … Continue Reading →
NBC10 interviews Dr. Priscilla Chiu at the MLH Center at Newtown Square about poison ivy.