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Category Archives: Health
When I got back from vacation recently, I had an anonymous tip in my messages. A concerned citizen wanted us to note that a Spring Garden Township personal care home had its license revoked by the state. He wanted to … Continue reading
A few weeks ago, I spoke with Grantley EMS about the changes they’ve made regarding WellSpan’s recent decision to stop leasing paramedics to the community. Then, I saw this on the @YorkRegionalEMS Twitter account. (Yoe Ambulance changed its name recently … Continue reading
The girls are still working toward their goal, but making significant progress.
Spoutwood Farm Center located in Codorus Township was recently featured on the website of the organization Certified Naturally Grown. The certification is available to farms that do not use synthetic fertilizers, pesticides, herbicides, fungicides or GMOs. Similar to USDA certified … Continue reading
Rutter’s releases special blog posts in honor of National Dairy Month.
This week, I covered a stroke drill hosted by WellSpan Health in York. To prepare, WellSpan officials set up large signs alerting the public that a participant in the exercise would be exhibiting the signs of a stroke. Typical symptoms … Continue reading