Guthrie is looking to expand its team of Patient Service Specialists and Licensed Practical Nurses in its Corning locations. Prospective candidates are encouraged to meet with recruiters and hiring managers at Guthrie Centerway, located at 130 Center Way in Corning N.Y., on July 23 from 3-6 p.m. A career with Guthrie means being part of a focused organization that provides each team member an opportunity to advance and grow.
Take steps to avoid heat cramps, heat exhaustion and heat stroke this summer.
Heat cramps: Sweating a lot during strenuous activity can deplete the salt level in muscles, which can lead to painful muscle cramps.
This summer, try some salsa with a fresh fruit twist. This sweet and spicy Watermelon Salsa is livened up with fresh mint, ginger and jalapeños. Serve with whole grain tortilla chips.
Why it's as important to sleep well as it is to sleep enough. There's a difference.
By now, you've likely heard that you need to get enough sleep so you stay healthy. Sleep has been linked to everything from how much you weigh to how healthy your heart is.
Interventional cardiologists can now open blocked arteries with a catheterization and stenting procedure that goes through a patient's wrist rather than his or her groin.
Interventional cardiologists can now open blocked arteries with a catheterization and stenting procedure that goes through a patient's wrist rather than his or her groin. Most patients are up and walking almost immediately after the procedure.
Keep your cool during the long hot days of summer with these helpful tips.
This pretty, healthy dessert is perfect for any outdoor summer party. Add bananas for a red, white and blue dessert.
Find out how to calculate your target heart rate and why knowing your numbers can increase your workout results for a healthy heart and weight loss.
How can you be sure you're getting an effective cardiovascular workout? Check your target heart rate. It's your prescription for a healthy heart fitness plan.
Most people associate menopause with hot flashes, mood swings and the absence of menstruation. So what's testosterone got to do with it?