What you need to know about sleep studies

If you’ve been struggling to get a good night’s sleep, you’re not alone. A survey from Consumer Reports found 164 million Americans have consistent issues with sleep, from trouble falling or staying asleep to disordered sleep from a medical condition.  “Adults…

6 reasons to use myGeisinger

MyGeisinger gives you convenient access to your Geisinger medical record, allowing you to schedule appointments, message your care team, view your lab and test results, and more. If you haven’t already created a myGeisinger account, here’s six reasons you should consider…

Here’s how you can prevent work injuries

It’s not a secret that workers in certain occupations are more likely to get injured at work than others. But you don’t need to be digging ditches to have a workplace injury. In fact, people who spend their workday hunched…

Back to school health checklist for kids

After the long summer break from school, is your child ready to get back into the classroom? Whether they’re starting at a new school or a new grade level, it can be stressful for children to return to the schedule…

8 ways to improve your mental health

Do you ever feel anxious, a little sad, drained or stressed out? You aren’t alone. In fact, mental health issues affect everyone at some point in their life. The good news is, you can make some changes to help improve…

Maskne: The struggle is real

Yep, you read that right — maskne, or acne caused by wearing a mask. If you’re not dealing with it (lucky you), you probably know someone experiencing skin irritation and pesky pimples from wearing a face mask. Dr. Christine Cabell,…

What to expect at your first colonoscopy

Colorectal cancer is the second leading cancer killer in the U.S., but those diagnosed have a 90% survival rate when it’s detected early. With one in three adults over the age of 50 passing on the recommended tests for colon…