VIDEO: Parade of first responders show support for hospital staff
VIDEO: COVID-19 survivor working to help others
York area COVID-19 survivor working to help others by donating plasma.
VIDEO: Golf courses now open in Pennsylvania
Briarwood East Golf Course in West Manchester Township, Friday, May 1, 2020. The golf course is one of several outdoor-related businesses that Gov. Tom Wolf allowed to reopen Friday following a statewide shuttering of businesses as a preventative measure during the coronavirus pandemic.
VIDEO: Outdoor learning helps to supplement activity during remote classroom learning
Retired environmental educator uses outdoor learning to supplement lack of activity during remote classroom learning due to coronavirus pandemic.
VIDEO PLAYLIST: York County adapts during coronavirus pandemic
Watch as The York Dispatch coverage of the coronavirus pandemic and how York County has adapted.Local
VIDEO: Roosevelt Tavern serves up special soup menu to be savored during pandemic
Roosevelt Tavern owners Byron Kehr Jr. and his wife Lauren have temporarily changed their menu to include a variety of soups available for curbside pickup during pandemic.
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Pandemic can’t fracture bond between Springettsbury mother and daughter
Donna Bortner visits her mother through her bedroom window every couple days at ManorCare Health Services in Springettsbury Township.Local
VIDEO: Organizations holds demonstration to urge release of immigrant detainees
Several organizations, including Shut Down Berks Coalition, Juntos, MILPA (Movement of Immigrant Leaders in Pennsylvania), and CASA, an immigrant-advocacy organization, stage a demonstration for the release of immigrant detainees at York County Prison, in Springettsbury Township.
VIDEO: Pandemic changes structure of visits for Springettsbury mother and daughter
Donna Bortner visits her mother Janet Seitz, 89, through her window at ManorCare Health Services-Kingston Court in Springettsbury Township.
VIDEO: Making the most of staying at home
This family is making the most of the stay-at-home order in Manchester Township during the coronavirus pandemic.
VIDEO: Drawing inspiration, encouragement with chalk
Jill Buhler and her sons join in neighborhood effort to offer messages of inspiration and encouragement while under stay-at-home order during coronavirus panedemic.
VIDEO: Red Cross wants your blood
With about 150,000 fewer donations, Red Cross is looking for donors .
PHOTOS: Drive up COVID-19 testing available at WellSpan Family Medicine - Cape Horn, walk up testing
VIDEO: COVID-19 coronavirus outdoor screening at WellSpan York Hospital
WellSpan York Hospital begins COVID-19 coronavirus outdoor screening, Thursday, March 12, 2020.
States to get test kits as White House amps up virus effort
Federal health officials scrambled Friday to get coronavirus testing up and running in every state, as the Trump administration signaled it may also invoke a 70-year-old defense law to guarantee the availabilitHealth
‘Retrospective denials’: Patients stuck with bills when insurers don’t pay as promised
The billing quagmire is generating attention and anger from patients and providers, as insurers require preapproval – sometimes called “prior authorization” – for a widening array of procedures, drugs and testsHealth
OP-ED: Killer superbugs are coming for you
Why isn’t your scientific community pouring more resources into this fight? Frankly, the market discourages it. Developing a new drug takes more than a decade and costs more than $2.5 billion.
What would happen if the Affordable Care Act went away?
There’s no doubt that invalidating the ACA in whole or in large part would have a dramatic effect on the nation’s health system – and not just for those 20 million or so Americans whose coverage directly flowsHealth
VIDEO: Safe & Sweet keto-friendly bakery in Central Market
Safe & Sweet keto-friendly, sugar-free and gluten-free friendly bakery in Central Market.
EDITORIAL: News that should outrage all of us
The number of uninsured folks in America rose by 1.9 million people in 2018. It was the first jump in nearly a decade.
Judge: UPMC’s 5-year deal with Highmark can’t be extended
A 5-year-old agreement between two Pittsburgh-based health care conglomerates can’t be extended through litigation past its June 30 expiration date, a Pennsylvania judge said Friday.Health
Promise of marijuana leads scientists on search for evidence
Marijuana has been shown to help ease pain and a few other health problems, yet two-thirds of U.S. states have decided pot should be legal to treat many other conditions with little scientific backing.Health
VIDEO: Katallasso Family Health Center in York City
"We are able to serve people that are uninsured or underinsured," said Clinic Director Dycelie "Didi" Rivera. "There is a place that they can go," she added.
U.S. officials worry paralyzing illness may grow more common
Four-year-old Joey Wilcox was one of 228 confirmed victims in the U.S. last year of acute flaccid myelitis, a rare, mysterious and sometimes deadly paralyzing illness that seems to ebb and flow on an every-other-year cycle.Health