The nonprofit organization is raising money for training by Guardian Angels Medical Service Dogs, which is pursuing construction of a campus in Washington County.
As the COVID-19 omicron variant surges across the United States, researchers are still studying how the delta variant is affecting people. New data from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) now shows an alarming risk of complications, and even death, the delta variant ca…
In a panel discussion, Lois Bower-Bjornson of Scenery Hill stresses the need for an environment of cooperation on climate change.
A technique that was once reserved only for high profile professional athletes is now offering more patients relief from chronic knee pain. It’s called cartilage restoration surgery and it involves transplanting new cartilage into an injured knee.
Waynesburg University, in collaboration with Washington Drug and Alcohol Commission, is holding a Narcan Distribution Drive-Thru event from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Saturday, Dec. 4, at 6000 Town Center Boulevard in Canonsburg.
A newer, safer option to diagnose lung cancer will soon be available to patients at WVU Medicine Uniontown Hospital.
Amanda Newhouse and John Hatfield Jr., who have nearly 46 combined years of experience in the field, launch an educational venture to help fill demand in the job market.
The Cancer Caring Center and Our Clubhouse merge to provide further resources for anyone who has been impacted by a diagnosis.
Participants learn about what actually qualifies as tea, what doesn’t, and how the world’s second-most-popular beverage can offer health benefits.
Although the COVID-19 pandemic turned the world upside down, the rapid development of multiple vaccines has spurred hope that treatments – or even potential cures – may be found for other devastating conditions. One such candidate is Alzheimer’s Disease.
Four entities that serve residents of Fayette, Greene or Washington counties received grant funding through the state Department of Drug and Alcohol Programs to help those struggling with substance use disorder.
The Rostraver Lions Club recently donated a high-performance composite Trex bench to the Residence at Hilltop. The bench is on the uncovered veranda in front of the personal care facility. The donation came from a program that takes recyclable plastic materials and creates eco-friendly outdo…
Your body’s immune system protects against illness and infection, fighting off threats before you even know there’s a problem. Even though your immune system usually does its job automatically, you can give it a boost with habits that promote wellness and support immunity.
The U.S. Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) is nos recommending pregnant women at risk for the high blood pressure disorder preeclampsia should take low-dose aspirin after the first trimester.
A new study in the scientific journal Circulation shows many middle-aged adults with no history of heart trouble already have fatty deposits built up in their arteries.
Olivea Wolfe of Washington celebrated her 13th birthday by inviting her friends and family to volunteer at Community Circle Food Pantry to pack supplemental food orders for the clients who rely on the pantry to help with their food insecurities. The children in the photo participated in a sc…
A lung cancer diagnosis can bring a host of emotions and questions, and “now what?” is one of the first. Assembling the right care team and creating a treatment plan designed uniquely for you is important to get you on the right track.