Newsletters

The HCQU offers free monthly newsletters on a variety of health related topics. Contact kacampbell@geisinger.edu for newsletters published in or before 2015. We offer a Healthy Outcomes Newsletter Index which provides a listing of all previous topics.

Healthy Outcomes newsletters

  • September 2017 - 5 Things to Know About Whole Grains, Centre County Has a New HCQU Nurse, Triglycerides: Those Other Fats in the Blood, Good For You Granola, HCQU Fall Day of Learning, A New and Improved AMPES, Fashion Show, Health and Wellness Fair

  • August 2017- Psoriasis: Causes and Treatments, Falling Short on Vaccines, Home Remedies for Psoriasis, Do Adults Need Vaccines?, Can Psoriasis be Prevented?, Contact Lenses: How to Prevent Eye Infections, Vintage Lemonade Recipe

  • July 2017 - Hepatitis ABC’s, Welcome Anne, SPF: Is Higher Always Better?, Steps to Prevent Hepatitis, Hepatitis A, B, and C: How They Differ, Sunscreen First; Bug Repellent Second, Using the UV Index, Your Ice Cream Glossary

  • June 2017 - Eat Your Fruits and Veggies!, Farewell Toby, Hay Fever: Causes and Treatments, Blueberry Walnut Salad, 7 Ways to Serve Strawberries, 13 Tips for a Healthier Barbecue
  • May 2017 - Stroke Basics, The Best Diet for Blood Pressure, May is Mental Health Month, PADDNN, How to Get Mental Health Help, Horton Hears a Who, For Strokes; Think Fast!
  • April 2017 - Sleep Apnea: Causes & Treatments, Is Anger Hurting Your Health? How Weather Affects Your Health, 15 Ways to Boost Flavor Without Salt
  • March 2017 - Vertigo: Getting the Right Diagnosis, Centre County's New HCQU Nurse, Ah-Choo! 11 Fun Facts About Sneezing, Meditation for Your Brain and Body
  • February 2017 - Welcome to the HCQU's New Director, Frostbite: What is it? What to do, Chocolate on the Brain, Is it a Heart Attack?, Antidotes to Worry, One-Bowl Chocolate Cake
  • January 2017 - HCQU Director, Lynn Libby Retires, Auto Immune Disease - Crohn's Disease, Old Medical Terms: You Have What?!, Are You Fit to do CrossFit?, Compression Stockings: A Guide
  • December 2016 - Christmas Tree Safety, 7 Easy Christmas Light Safety Tips, Can You Trust Calorie Counts?, Your Daily Calorie Count, 12 Tips to Keep Skin Soft and Glowing in Winter, DIY Hydrating Facial Mask, Spinach Cheese Squares, The Pluses of Pulses, My Favorite Falafel
  • November 2016 - Nine Thanksgiving Nutrition Myths, Do You Need to Fast Before a Cholesterol Test?, Night Vision Problems and Driving, Triple Cranberry Sauce, Potato Filling, Turkey Fundamentals: Top Questions for Cooking a Turkey, New Online Course, Health and Wellness Fair
  • October 2016 - Sesame, New Flu Info, Tongue Problems, Where Salt is Hiding, Sesame Green Beans
  • September 2016 - 8 A-maizing Corn Facts, How to Prevent Mosquito Bites, Nutrition Facts Label Update, Ice Cream Tips for Summer, Ice Cream Recipe
  • August 2016 - Summer Heat Safety, Help for Ankle Sprains, Managing Ménière’s Disease, Celebrating Papaya, Papaya Recipe
  • July 2016 - How to Start a Running Habit, Handling Insulin While You Travel, Night Vision Problems and Driving, Dry Eyes: Prevention and Treatment
  • June 2016 - Fiber Up to Slim Down, Umami Flavor on the Rise, Are You at Risk of Gallstones?, 5 Steps to Build a Better Salad, Fresh Strawberry Dressing, Basil Goddess Dressing, Mixed Greens Apple Salad, Parmesan Herbed Walnuts, Health Care Quality Unit of Central PA
  • May 2016 - Day of Wellness, Why Bottled Water Isn't Better, 8 Reasons to Love Watermelon, What Causes Summer Allergies?, Best Knee Exercises, Free Online Courses
  • April 2016 - Spring Day of Learning, Pulmonary Embolism, Cauliflower, Hard to Chew or Swallow, Get Fit Without Getting Hurt
  • March 2016 - Singing is Good Medicine, Sponge 101:Keeping Your Kitchen Safe, Men and Their Aging Bones, Five Heart Rate Myths Debunked
  • February 2016 - Does Stress + Tension = Hypertension?, Dietary Guidelines, Do I Have Tinnitus?, Food Poisoning Facts
  • January 2016 - Can Hugs Head Off Colds?, 6 Diabetes Mistakes and How to Avoid Them, Eye Health: Is it a Stye or a Chalazion?, Shining a Light on Winter Depression