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St. Mary Physicians Group welcomes new surgeons

Jessica Barton and Ester Cha are seeing patients at St. Mary Surgical Associates Langhorne

Residents encouraged to improve health literacy, ensure they receive proper care

Patients should ask the questions - what is my main problem, what do I need to do, and why is it important for me to do this - to take a more active role in their healthcare

Mercy Accountable Care, Quality Health Alliance to receive $5 million

Quality Health Alliance is a partnership of St. Mary Medical Center, Langhorne Physician Services, and physicians in the community

Bucks COVID cases increase, hospitalizations decline

The county is averaging almost 38 new cases per day, a better statistic than what is being seen statewide

Insurance Dept. announces lower ACA individual plan health insurance rates

This is attributable to the new state-based exchange and reinsurance program

Bucks COVID count holds steady amid rising statewide numbers

The county is averaging almost 33 new cases per day

“Let’s come together to boost economy” – Op-Ed by Mark Schweiker

The following was submitted by Mark S. Schweiker, a former Bucks County commissioner who served as the 44th governor of Pennsylvania

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Learn how and where to schedule mammograms in the area, ways to prevent against breast cancer and more

Bucks Health Dept. releases Halloween safety guidelines

Trick-or-treaters should travel in small groups, wear protective face coverings and sanitize hands as much as possible

Virtual Chair Yoga for older adults

This free online class is offered Tuesdays, from 10 to 11 a.m.
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‘Halloween Rock ‘n’ Roll Concert’ streams from Playhouse stage

The show will be filmed live on the Playhouse stage and streamed on Halloween, at 7 p.m.

Bucks Commissioners to meet Nov. 4

The meeting will be broadcast on Facebook at 10 a.m.

Fitzpatrick, Kuster release statement on Purdue Pharma’s conspiracy to defraud the U.S.

The lawmakers believe Purdue intentionally caused millions of unsuspecting people to become addicted to powerful painkillers for profit

Pennsbury green-lights hybrid for elementary, middle schoolers

The board did not reach a decision regarding the high school, discussion will continue at next meeting