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Read more about how you can start anew by focusing on your health. From preventive screenings and support groups to lifestyle changes, we've got you covered.



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Surrounded by Expert Care: Make Your Health a Primary Focus

Preventing disease and illness begins with your primary care provider (PCP). At UPMC in Central Pa., we offer expert and specialty care close to home so you can maintain or regain your health."From routine care and diagnosis to disease management, we are a patient's first line of defense. Our patient-centered care and collaborative team approach provide options and better outcomes for all ages," says Dr. Carrie Delone.Find a primary care provider close to home.


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Get Ahead of Colon Cancer and Get Your Colonoscopy

Colon cancer remains a leading cause of death in men and women in the United States. A colonoscopy is the most accurate test for detecting cancer in the colon and rectum.Screenings now are recommended starting at age 45 if you are of average risk with no family history of colon cancer. Read more about the procedure, what to expect, and how to schedule the test.


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A Recipe for Better GI Health: Good Nutrition

Most people don't think about their digestive system or how it is directly connected to overall health. However, those who have chronic gastrointestinal (GI) diseases such as ulcerative colitis, celiac disease, irritable bowel syndrome, and Crohn's disease should take notice.The GI tract works together with other important organs in the digestion process. Lifestyle choices, including nutrition, play a role in helping or hindering gut health."Food can be friend or foe when it comes to GI conditions and disease. My job is to help patients make healthy choices specific to them," says Erica Hornung, MS, UPMC Nutrition Therapy.

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Teens and Mental Health

March 2 commemorated World Teen Mental Health Awareness Day. Although the day is observed across the globe, raising awareness about mental health issues is important every day.Removing the shame and stigma associated with anxiety, depression, and other mental health disorders is critical. Recognize the symptoms and create a safe environment for teens to talk about their issues."Taking care of your mental health is as important as your physical health and the two often go hand-in-hand," says Melissa Brown, PsyD, UPMC PinnacleHealth Psychological Associates.Read more about how to help your teen.


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Imaging Services in Central Pa.

With COVID-19 cases on the decline, now is the time to catch up on your preventive screenings and routine lab work. State-of-the-art technology and automation systems provide accurate results in an outpatient setting. UPMC in Central Pa. offers convenient locations and hours to ensure you can get in, get out, and get on with your day. For lab services, click here. For imaging services, click here.


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The UPMC Central PA Portal is the fastest and easiest way to access your test results, request prescription refills, and communicate with your doctor. You can also schedule a video visit using the portal.

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Support Groups for Your Physical and Emotional Health

Everyone needs support during or after a life-changing event. Whether you are diagnosed with a disease, suffer from chronic illness, or experienced trauma and other life challenges, UPMC offers a variety of support groups across the central Pennsylvania region.Led by specialty trained UPMC staff members, participants may listen and share with others walking the same journey. Learn more.


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