Why Meditation Could Change the World

In 1961, mathematician Edward Norton Lorenz made a discovery that subsequently led to the modern studies of Chaos theory. He found that small differences...

Redefining Aging

A puppy or kitten playing clumsily with a toy is certainly categorized as cute. Babies, with their contagious smiles and giggling squeals, are adorable....

Modern Technology is an Activity of Daily Living at Providence Point

Providence Point is a robust retirement and LifeCare community welcoming residents 62 and older. Residents have access to a revolving calendar of classes,...

The Haze Around Medical Marijuana in Pennsylvania

By Thomas Handerhan Marijuana has been extensively covered in the news recently, both nationally, as well as here in Pennsylvania. Currently, nine states (Washington, Oregon, California,...

Measles, Mumps, Rubella—Oh My!

By Erin Hayden In 2014-15, a record 885 cases of measles were reported, including outbreaks at Disneyland, exposure precipitated by international travel and cases concentrated within...

A Spike in Blood Pressure: Guidelines

By Briana Schreckengost While many people tend to put it off, it is recommended to schedule a yearly appointment with a physician to get a...

Finding a Cure for Alzheimer’s Disease

By Kelly Mazzei New funding for Alzheimer’s disease research might be just the gift needed to move closer to a cure. In November 2017, Bill...

Disneyland: The Sickest Place on Earth?

Disneyland’s official tagline is the “happiest place on Earth.” It’s the place referenced by every Super Bowl champion, a cultural landmark known across the...