The warning signs surrounded Marni Pasch, but she never considered she might have attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).
Landis Place on King, a 79-unit middle- and lower-market apartment building for residents 55-plus at 239 W King St. in downtown Lancaster, opened its doors June 16.
“For years since then, I had been told by my doctors that that there is no cure – that I would always be a diabetic,” said Nissley, now 76. “I assumed taking medications to control it was the best I could expect.”
Capital remains the only health insurer in the nation collaborating with Cost Plus Drugs.
Most employers would love to see their employees make good on those New Year’s fitness resolutions because, as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention notes
A mental health crisis among America’s children might not seem like a workplace issue at first glance.
Health disparities are a harsh American reality that increase illness and cost lives.
A STRATEGY FOR LIVING WELL: How Highmark Blue Shield is bringing to life a simpler, more personalized and proactive health experience.
Healthcare doesn’t have to remain a fragmented, bureaucratic, and costly puzzle for payers, providers, and patients, driven mainly by illness and health crises.
May 11 will mark a milestone in the fight against COVID-19, bringing an official end to the federal public health emergency (PHE) that started in early 2020 when the virus began its deadly spread.
CEO Joseph Wilson and Xerox’s Black employees ultimately launched the National Black Employees Caucus in 1970, forming what is widely regarded as the nation’s first Employee Resource Group, or ERG.
U.S. Senator Bob Casey, D-Pennsylvania, introduced legislation Thursday that would expand access to home health care by providing more funding towards paying better wages to those that work in the industry.
State Sen. Art Haywood, D-Montgomery/Philadelphia, last week announced $10 million in funding for statewide mobile and community clinics to support health access in Pennsylvania.