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Pregnant woman having blood pressure taken
Monica Colflesh was expecting a routine prenatal checkup, but her blood pressure was high. She had preeclampsia, a pregnancy-related spike in blood pressure.
Pregnant woman getting finger prick
Expecting? Here’s what you should know about gestational diabetes.
man blowing his nose
Spring is in the air (finally), and so is the pollen that causes seasonal allergies. Learn how to manage your allergy symptoms and when it might be time to see the doctor.
Will Lyons | Doylestown Health
After being diagnosed with spontaneous pneumothorax (collapsed lung), Lyons is breathing easier thanks to Doylestown Health’s Della Penna Pediatric Center.
woman talking with her doctor
Health Matters with Doylestown Health takes an inside look at health care careers with five different Doylestown Hospital professionals. From radiology to social work, learn what it’s like to work in a hospital and what it takes to get there.

doctors and nurses at work in the African clinic | Doylestown Health
Two OR associates from Doylestown Hospital experienced a "life-changing" trip to West Africa sharing their knowledge with their peers.
Vincent Donovan | Doylestown Health
With a 90% blockage in one carotid artery and 70% in the other, Vincent was considered high-risk. Read how the innovative TCAR procedure by Atul Rao, MD, helped this veteran beat the odds.
Johnelle Whipple | Doylestown Health
When Johnelle Whipple's back pain became excruciating, a 30-minute, minimally-invasive surgery performed by Guy Lee, MD, helped relieve the pressure and gave her immediate pain relief.
doctor wrapping young man's head
Doylestown Health concussion expert Dr. Michelle Horn shares guidance on concussion symptoms and treatment in this episode of Health Matters with Doylestown Health, which also features a look at how Central Bucks Schools handle concussion.

Tom Lacy | Doylestown Health
When atrial fibrillation (AFib) was slowing Tom Lacy down on the golf course, Doylestown Health's AFib Center gave him the option of an innovative leadless pacemaker to treat his heartbeat.

fork cutting into a gummy heart while salt is sprinkled on it
Eating too much sodium can have serious negative health effects. Doylestown Health cardiologist Frank Grzywacz, MD, gives the lowdown on how much sodium is too much, and tips to reduce your sodium intake.

woman in santa apron, hand on belly
For those with Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), the most wonderful time of the year can be the most challenging time of the year. Read the 5 Step Holiday Survival Guide for IBS to help make the season bright.
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