Health News Articles

Dec 15, 2011

Preventing Coronary Artery Disease: A Valentine for Your Heart

While coronary artery disease is the No. 1 killer in the United States, there are many things you can do starting today to help prevent the...
Dec 15, 2011

Acute Rehabilitation: Getting Your Life Back on Track

After suffering a serious injury or debilitating medical event, intensive inpatient therapy can help you regain function and recapture your quality...
Dec 15, 2011

UMCP and Penn Medicine Partner to Expand Maternal Fetal Medicine Services

University Medical Center at Princeton expanded its services for expectant mothers in need of specialized care through a partnership with Penn...
Dec 15, 2011

Detecting and Treating Thyroid Problems

Thyroid disease--a condition in which your body uses energy more slowly or quickly than it should--is a common disorder. Learn more, including...
Dec 15, 2011

UMCP Offers Advanced Treatment for Tumors

Patients with liver, lung, kidney or bone tumors that cannot be surgically removed or are resistant to chemotherapy may be candidates for...
Dec 15, 2011

Staying Proactive Can Prevent Cervical Cancer

Women and girls have two powerful tools at their disposal to help detect and prevent cervical cancer. Learn more in this article, which...
Aug 3, 2011

UMCP Ranked No. 1 in New Jersey for Quality, Patient Safety

University Medical Center at Princeton recently learned that we're the No. 1 hospital in New Jersey for quality and patient safety. ... In...
Aug 3, 2011

Eating Disorders Affect Boys, Too

Anorexia and bulimia are more common among girls and women, but eating disorders are also a growing problem for young men. Learn more in the...
Aug 3, 2011

Fighting Prostate Cancer: Many Options, One Hospital

The best way to treat prostate cancer can be different for every man. That's why University Medical Center at Princeton is committed to...
Aug 3, 2011

A Heart (Plan of) Attack

University Medical Center at Princeton has strict treatment protocols and advanced procedures in place to ensure heart attack patients receive the...