Waking up to what’s possible
“When I was a kid, I thought I was crazy, so I didn’t open up about it. I was so confused about what was going on.”
Welcome to the online spring edition of PA Health magazine.
You’ll find all the great content from our print edition. Like remarkable stories about our neighbors’ triumphs over health challenges. And ways to make the most of our region’s natural areas and recreation spots. Plus, delicious, healthy recipes.
You’ll also find bonus content, like more tasty treats to make, inspiring videos about local people who are thriving after facing health issues — and quick links to in-depth information about the conditions they’ve overcome. Because when we share resources, we make good health more accessible for everyone.
Explore these articles from our print edition
Meet Geisinger Janet Weis Children’s Hospital’s 2023 Miracle Kids
Pictured left to right:
Wilson Abram, Mifflinburg
A dirt bike accident left this young teen with fractured femurs and a shattered elbow — and at high risk for stroke.
Pete Swistock, Port Matilda
A bleeding blood vessel in his brain nearly put this 11-year-old in a coma. Emergency surgery got him back on his feet.
Mason Sharkazy, Beach Lake
Born with Down syndrome and cystic fibrosis, this feisty toddler has survived cardiac arrest and meningitis.
Ryan Everett, Lock Haven
At 14 weeks premature, Ryan had to spend months in the NICU. Now he’s 3 years old and thriving.
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