When you’re browsing the isles of the grocery store, you’re constantly being bombarded with messages. How do you know what the labels on the food you buy really mean? Some . . .
An important part of Breast Cancer Awareness Month is understating the self exam. Self exams and other tests have been in the news a lot lately as doctor’s debate over . . .
Wondering if you are pregnant and waiting for an answer can be a stressful time in any woman’s life. If you’re trying to responsibly plan your family and are waiting . . .
One of the questions we often hear is “Now that I’ve got these healthy foods, what kind of meals can I actually cook?” Really, the options are just about endless . . .
You hear it so often that it almost sounds cliche, but it’s true: breast milk is best for babies. Numerous studies have been done that explain the benefits and advantages . . .
Regular visits to a family planning center or an OB/GYN (obstetrician/gynecologist) are an important part of every woman’s health care routine. We encourage all the women who visit or are . . .
We’ve been so impressed with the turnout at our pudding sale fundraiser for the last month at the Wilkes-Barre Farmers Market. Thank you to everyone who has tried the delicious . . .
You’ve seen the signs around the grocery store: “WIC eligible”. Or maybe you’ve seen the commercials on TV that tell you how WIC helps provide nutrition to children across the . . .
Along with Chlamydia, Gonorrhea is one of the most common and easily spread sexually transmitted diseases in the United States today. The two often go hand in hand, and can . . .
No, it’s not Christmas yet, but for some parents and kids it’s a close second. August is almost gone, which means it’s time for children and teens everywhere to head . . .