Grant Will Build Healthier Communities
The grant will help those most at risk for COVID-19 and address the circumstances that make them high risk.
5 Steps to Reduce Your Risk for Breast Cancer
It is estimated that approximately 331,530 women in the U.S. will be diagnosed with breast cancer this year. While there are certain risk factors you can’t control, there are steps you can take today to help lower your risk. Gustav C. Magrinat, MD, a medical oncologist with Cone Health Cancer Center at Wesley Long Hospital and member of Cone Health Medical Group, shares 5 ways to help reduce your risk for breast cancer.
COVID-19 Numbers Are Increasing: What You Need to Do
COVID-19 numbers are rising in our community. It's still crucial to wear a mask, wash your hands often and wait six feet apart to keep each other safe. Chief physician executive Bruce Swords, MD, PhD, talks about what we can all do to prevent the spread of coronavirus in this week's 2 Your Well-Being discussion with WFMY News 2.
Palliative Care Doesn’t Mean the End of Life
A program at Cone Health connects specialists and cancer patients for a better life.
Cone Health Among America’s Best 100 for Orthopedic Surgery and Joint Replacement
Cone Health hospitals are the only hospitals in the state making Healthgrades’ America’s 100 Best Hospitals list for both orthopedic surgery and joint replacement.
Annie Penn Hospital Holds Emergency Preparedness Drill
The public can expect to see more first responders at the hospital than usual.
Flu Shot and COVID-19 FAQ: Protecting Yourself From the Flu is More Important Than Ever
Protecting your health is more important than ever during COVID-19, and the flu shot is a simple, safe and effective way to protect yourself from the flu. Get answers to common questions in this FAQ.
7 Healthy Habits for Social Media
Social media connects us to others, but may impact self-perception and feelings of anxiety and depression. Protect your well-being with these 7 healthy habits.
Prepare for the Unexpected - Make a Voting Plan
Every Election Day, people unexpectedly find themselves in the hospital and unable to get to the polls to vote in person. Cone Health encourages all of our patients and their families to preserve their right to vote by planning for the unexpected.