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Keeping your shoulders in rotationFeatured Articles

Keeping your shoulders in rotation

Nearly two million Americans visit their doctors every year seeking care for rotator cuff injuries that cause shoulder pain and
Hip arthroscopyAdvances in Healthcare

Hip arthroscopy

Hip Arthroscopy: A Minimally Invasive Look Inside Your Hip Joint When rest, physical therapy and other non-surgical treatments fail to
Your immune system vs. cancerAdvances in Healthcare

Your immune system vs. cancer

Your immune system’s job is to find foreign cells, like viruses or bacteria, and destroy them. In most people, the
When should I schedule a skin cancer screening?Advances in Healthcare

When should I schedule a skin cancer screening?

Did you know that skin cancer is the most common type of cancer? According to the American Academy of Dermatology,
What do I need to know about toenail injuries?Body & Mind

What do I need to know about toenail injuries?

If you’ve ever snagged your toenail or had your nail grow into your skin, you know firsthand how painful it
What is a Foot Neuroma – and how can I treat it?Body & Mind

What is a Foot Neuroma – and how can I treat it?

Have you ever heard of a neuroma? You might not be familiar with the term, but chances are, you or
Connect and learn something new at the Lowcountry, Waring Senior CentersCommunity

Connect and learn something new at the Lowcountry, Waring Senior Centers

Many people have felt disconnected and lonely during the COVID-19 pandemic. But when seniors are socially isolated, they’re at higher
Can essential oils ease cold and flu symptoms?Body & Mind

Can essential oils ease cold and flu symptoms?

Congestion, coughing, runny nose, body aches – we’ve all been there during cold and flu season. And it’s positively miserable.
The weight of menopauseBody & Mind

The weight of menopause

There are plenty of reasons you could gain weight during the perimenopausal and postmenopausal stages of your life. It’s also
Here’s what you should know about shingles — and how to prevent itFeatured Articles

Here’s what you should know about shingles — and how to prevent it

Chances are that at some point in your life, you may have had chickenpox. Did you know that if you’ve
6 ways to winter-proof your immune systemBody & Mind

6 ways to winter-proof your immune system

Winter offers a lot to look forward to — the changing weather and extra time with friends and family. But
Should you crack your joints?Body & Mind

Should you crack your joints?

We’ve all heard the old wives’ tale that cracking your knuckles or popping your joints will cause arthritis. But is
“Falling back” an hour: How daylight savings can impact your healthBody & Mind

“Falling back” an hour: How daylight savings can impact your health

Fresh from a summer of long days filled with sunshine, the transition to fall and fewer daylight hours can feel
Listen to Your HeartFeatured Articles

Listen to Your Heart

Jim is an active and healthy 70-year-old. He always hit the gym and avoided fast food. For years, he walked
Hot Topic Alert! Let’s Talk MenopauseBody & Mind

Hot Topic Alert! Let’s Talk Menopause

Menopause is a natural, normal process. For many women, it can feel mysterious — because we don’t talk a lot
Prepregnancy & pregnancy nutrition basicsBody & Mind

Prepregnancy & pregnancy nutrition basics

Whether you are pregnant or want to become pregnant, your nutrition and lifestyle can help ensure a safe and healthy
Get screened, gentleman. It can save your life.Advances in Healthcare

Get screened, gentleman. It can save your life.

In general, men don’t do as good of a job as women when keeping up with their health screenings, which
Thanks, Dr. Pap!Featured Articles

Thanks, Dr. Pap!

Dr. George Nicholas Papanicolaou invented the test that everyone loves to hate. However, before the Pap test became a regular
How healthy is your poop? 💩Body & Mind

How healthy is your poop? 💩

Your stool offers useful information about the health of your digestive system. Here’s how to “read” it. Healthy poop varies
Facts about the Delta variantFeatured Articles

Facts about the Delta variant

According to the CDC, the Delta variant causes more infections and spreads faster than early forms of the COVID-19 virus.
Dry DrowningFamily

Dry Drowning

Stories of dry drowning are frightening accounts of children who seemed fine at first but then became dangerously ill hours
How We Grill Really MattersFeatured Articles

How We Grill Really Matters

Backyard grills across the Lowcountry are getting quite a workout with summer in full swing. That’s why Dr. Valerie Scott
Multivitamins for Better Health: Yes or No?Body & Mind

Multivitamins for Better Health: Yes or No?

Do you take a multivitamin every day to help improve your health? Or maybe you supplement your limited diet with
Don’t delay: Everyone 12+ needs a COVID-19 vaccineFamily

Don’t delay: Everyone 12+ needs a COVID-19 vaccine

Vacation plans, cookouts and beach days are filling up our calendars once again. But if there’s one activity that should