What It's Really Like to Cook on a Food Stamp Budget
In 2013, 49.1 million Americans lived in households struggling with hunger, a stark number which includes 15.8 million children and 4.8 million seniors
Six Health Tips Every Boomer and Senior Should Know Before Traveling
Marvin Mallon, 86, and his wife Reva, know how important it is to plan ahead before embarking on a long journey — especially when it comes to their health.
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Torn Meniscus: What to Know
A torn meniscus is one of the most common knee injuries endured by orthopedic patients. Here's what you "kneed" to know.
Mountainside Medical Equipment
Learn how to choose a wheelchair based on patient needs including strength, size, accessories, and functionality to provide adequate support and mobility.
How to Structure a Hospital/Physician ASC Partnership the Right Way
The ambulatory surgery center industry stands at a crossroads. With most areas of the country saturated with ASCs, net growth has stalled for the first time in recent history. The across-the-board elimination of out-of-network reimbursements has reduced profit margins at most ASCs, putting some facilities in peril and forcing others to take a hard look …
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Rudolph Schilli, MD Serving the medical and healthcare needs of the people of Delaware, including areas of Lewes, Rehoboth Beach, Georgetown, Millsboro, Milton, Millville, and surrounds areas of Sussex County, Delaware, since 1916. Beebe Healthcare provides the best patient-centered care in specialties, including orthopaedic services and surgery, women's health, cancer care,
What It Means To Be A Veteran Without The Experience Of War
Without having been involved in combat, this veteran says he's left wondering what kind of man he is.
Should I Go to the Emergency Room or Urgent Care?
You can face a tough decision when an accident or sickness occurs outside your doctor's normal business hours.
3 foods that could increase your risk of colon cancer
Published Mar. 9, 2018 You probably tend to think of foods as either “healthy” or “unhealthy.” While healthy foods help you stay fit and feel good, unhealthy foods make you gain weight and feel sluggish However, there’s another step beyond unhealthy. There are foods that may contribute to your risk of cancer—namely colon cancer Colon cancer is the second most deadly type of cancer behind lung cancer . Every year, 140,000 people get colon cancer and as many as 50,000 people die from it. “Colon cancer is very treatable in its early stages,” said Bogdan Protyniak, MD, a colorectal surgeon at Geisinger Wyoming Valley Medical Center in Wilkes-Barre. “Unfortunately, because it can be difficult to…