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Be Picky, Not Tricky – Halloween Safety Tips

Be Picky, Not Tricky – Halloween Safety Tips

The kids are back to school and Fall has returned to the Lowcountry…well sort of. As Halloween approaches, we want
Why PAD is Bad, and What You Can Do About It

Why PAD is Bad, and What You Can Do About It

Unfortunately, peripheral arterial disease (PAD) is not on the minds of many people, and that’s not good. PAD affects more
Cervical Health – What Women Need to Know

Cervical Health – What Women Need to Know

Forty years ago, cervical cancer was the leading cause of cancer-related death for women in the United States, but fortunately
Got Dry Eyes?

Got Dry Eyes?

Dry eye syndrome is one of the most common reasons patients visit their ophthalmologist, with thousands of people affected each
8 Tips for a Smart Heart Lifestyle

8 Tips for a Smart Heart Lifestyle

At the Roper Hospital Cardiac Wellness & Rehabilitation Center, we work with patients recovering from heart attacks or help them
Wound Care 101

Wound Care 101

We have all done it. That split second when you get distracted as you’re chopping up carrots or celery, and
Be Sweet to Your Heart This Valentine’s Day

Be Sweet to Your Heart This Valentine’s Day

We’ve got a crush on Valentine’s Day. Who doesn’t like getting a little Hershey’s Kiss every now and then? And
Winter Recipes – Comfort Done Easy

Winter Recipes – Comfort Done Easy

Do you have the mid-winter menu blues? The holidays are long gone, and with them the dinner parties, the roast
Treadmill or Trend-mill? 2019’s Fitness Forecast

Treadmill or Trend-mill? 2019’s Fitness Forecast

Just when you’ve finally mastered the Burpee, there’s something new on the workout horizon—the latest best way to get buff
Don’t Be Dense about Dense Breasts

Don’t Be Dense about Dense Breasts

Not all breasts are created equal. Girls learn this at puberty, and women re-learn it all the time, thanks to
A Simple Screening Saved Paula's Life

A Simple Screening Saved Paula's Life

Paula knew that, as a smoker, she was at risk for cancer, but didn’t know there was a simple screening
Unplug to Fully Recharge

Unplug to Fully Recharge

If you are taking time off around the New Year, or anytime really, do yourself (and your colleagues and your
Good News for Grandparents

Good News for Grandparents

If spending time with the grandchildren is part of your holiday plan, then give yourself a high-five for longevity. According
Give Health!

Give Health!

The December crunch is on, and if you’re like most people, you might still need a holiday gift idea, or
A Tasty Mac Hack for your Thanksgiving

A Tasty Mac Hack for your Thanksgiving

No, we don’t mean that unwanted kind of Mac hack, where your laptop becomes imperiled. We’re talking a velvety cheesy
Flu News

Flu News

Yes, it’s definitely that time again. Flu season. And after last year’s hard hit—one of the deadliest influenza epidemics in
Weary of Reflux Pain? Consider Surgery.

Weary of Reflux Pain? Consider Surgery.

The fall and winter holidays will soon be here, taunting you with all the festive foods and drinks that trigger
Fall for Running!

Fall for Running!

Ahh, yes…finally! The temperatures are dropping, the air is crisp and refreshing (not muggy and overbearing), and the golden light
When You’ve Tried Everything Else

When You’ve Tried Everything Else

For years and years, Shelley tried to lose weight but traditional methods weren’t working for her. Finally, she successfully lost
Early Detection is Critical

Early Detection is Critical

Karen Rowe was a healthy, active mother of three, with no risk factors or family history of breast cancer. Like