Dr. William Prebola of Commonwealth Health talks about acute inpatient rehabilitation.
Dr. Mike Mandarano from commonwealth health talks about primary care physicians.
Dr. Nate Greczek and Dr. Sarah Sitoski join PA Live to talk about this weeks Healthbeat.
Elane Walker, from Commonwealth Health, joins us for the Healthbeat.
Dr. Akosh Agarwal from Penn State Hershey / Commonwealth Health talks about brain aneurisms.
Gretchen Eagen of Regional Hospital of Scranton talks about their upcoming nursing open house.
The Department of Health and Human Services today came out with a plan of attack to combat Alzheimer's Disease.
Across the Commonwealth, pockets of school districts are turning to their neighbors to find ways to work together on behalf of their students and taxpayers by sharing services including back-office operations and instructional offerings, including special education programs.
One in five American jobs require intensive math and science training, and every high-skill career demands employees with strong problem-solving and critical thinking skills. Pennsylvania’s students must build a strong foundation in these skills beginning at an early age so they will be prepared to fill the needs of the high-skills 21st century economy.
If we want a good quality of life, high quality jobs and a strong economy for Pennsylvania, we need to provide opportunities to every Pennsylvanian. Early education can open the doors of opportunity for every child to do well in school, in the workforce, and in life.
Classrooms for the Future is an integral part of Governor Rendell’s high school reform agenda designed to modernize teaching and learning in Pennsylvania by giving teachers and students access to the latest technology. Classrooms for the Future will make every high school English, math, science and social studies classroom in Pennsylvania a “smart” classroom, providing laptop computers, high-speed internet access and state-of-the-art software for every teacher and student.
Lunchtime doesnt have to be boring for you or your kids. Here are some tips and tricks that you can use to make lunchtime fun.
No one wants to get hit for a damaged book fine at the end of the school year when text books are turned back in so make sure you get those books covered. But just because they are functional doesn’t mean they have to be boring. Give those books some personality and a little style.
There's a lot to get done to get the kids ready to go back to school so here’s a checklist of some things to get you started. Make sure you have filled out any necessary medical forms and scheduled any physicals/exams that need to be done for extracurricular activities as well as eye exams, etc. Is your child registered for their school? Even if they are just attending the next grade, if it’s in a new building you may need to register.
The topic this week is PGA Golfer Tom Watson
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This week our own Les Still heads to Ski Sawmill in Lycoming County for this week's ski report.
This week Meteorologist Les Still heads to Tanglewood in Pike County for his weekly ski report.
This week our own Les Still travels to Shawnee Ski resort to find out what the ski conditions will be like this weekend.
Each week our own Les Still travels to one of the many local ski resorts to find out what the ski conditions will be like this weekend.