Media Highlights

Media Highlights

  • 10/9/15

    United States health care is in a revolution that is starting to shake up one of the most conservative parts of medicine: its antiquated model for training doctors.

  • 9/11/15

    For some patients, seeing a specialist no longer means a two hour-plus drive. Health care is going portable with programs such as LionNet.

  • 9/25/15

    Many people hold on to extra prescription drugs, but saving old medications is unwise, a Penn State Hershey pharmacist warns.

  • 10/2/15

    Women who suffer from a leading cause of infertility may increase their odds of conception if they exercise and lose weight, a new study suggests.

  • 10/8/15

    The patient navigator program is a great example of how Penn State College of Medicine is preparing students for evolving needs in health care.

  • 10/8/15

    A new study from Penn State found that people who reported higher positive psychological states were more likely to be physically active.

  • 10/8/15

    David Gamson, associate professor of education theory and policy, discusses teaching as a profession and why it is at risk.

  • 10/1/15

    Allentown Morning Call ran the news about Penn State Lehigh Valley's seven new appointments to its faculty.

  • 9/28/15

    Quality Talk, a research initiative led by Karen Murphy, professor of educational psychology, aims to teach educators how to promote critical thinking among students.

  • 10/2/15

    NBC Learn, partnering with the NSF and The Weather Channel, explores the science of hurricanes with Penn State Professor Jenni Evans, in the series "When Nature Strikes."

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