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Managing the symptoms of menopauseFeatured Articles

Managing the symptoms of menopause

Recognize the Signs to Find the Relief You Need Women often dread or fear menopause. But for many, it can
A selfless act of love changed one couple’s lifeFeatured Articles

A selfless act of love changed one couple’s life

Renée gave birth to a beautiful baby boy at Bon Secours St. Francis Hospital on February 8, 2020. His journey
It’s True: Face Masks Protect Communities from CovidFeatured Articles

It’s True: Face Masks Protect Communities from Covid

Make Masking Up Your Contribution to Fighting Coronavirus Masks may take a little getting used to, but as coronavirus numbers
Your heart rate says a lot about youFeatured Articles

Your heart rate says a lot about you

  Your heart beats about 115,000 times in 24 hours, faithfully circulating blood throughout your body. That’s probably not something
Are statin medications right for you?Body & Mind

Are statin medications right for you?

About 40 million Americans take a statin medication to lower their LDL cholesterol and reduce their risk for cardiovascular disease.
Seven essential men’s health screeningsFeatured Articles

Seven essential men’s health screenings

Why you should get over your dread of the doctor right now Unlike women, who are often referred to a
Summer vaginal healthBody & Mind

Summer vaginal health

Summer vaginal health: take care ‘down there’ Summer is a great time to catch up on medical exams and screenings.
Are you caring for someone with Alzheimer’s?Featured Articles

Are you caring for someone with Alzheimer’s?

  If you are caring for someone with Alzheimer’s disease, you know that the experience is both a gift and
Beyond bugs: snakebites and jellyfish stingsFeatured Articles

Beyond bugs: snakebites and jellyfish stings

Common outdoor pests can put a damper on summer plans. But some less-common bites and stings—like those from snakes or
How to combat the coronavirus bluesBody & Mind

How to combat the coronavirus blues

Nearly half of people in the United States say the coronavirus pandemic has negatively affected their mental health, according to
Graduating Class of COVID-19Community

Graduating Class of COVID-19

  August 2019 marked the start of my final year at the College of Charleston. More knowledgeable, prepared and mature,
It’s high season for allergies. Are you ready?Featured Articles

It’s high season for allergies. Are you ready?

  Sneezing? Check. Stuffy nose? Yes. Watery eyes? Yup. Must be allergy season in South Carolina. Seasonal allergies are caused by
Pet Power! 3 Ways Your 4-Legged Friends Enhance HealthBody & Mind

Pet Power! 3 Ways Your 4-Legged Friends Enhance Health

Do you identify as a dog person, or perhaps a crazy cat lady? Or maybe you’re an equal opportunity pet
10 Women Who Made Their Mark in MedicineAdvances in Healthcare

10 Women Who Made Their Mark in Medicine

Trailblazers, innovators and wartime heroines Women have been making their mark in medicine for centuries Women have made significant contributions
Why Colonoscopy is CriticalFeatured Articles

Why Colonoscopy is Critical

Mention going to get a colonoscopy to a friend or loved one and you’ll likely get either a grimace or
HIV/AIDS Infection Rates Continue to Rise in the SouthAdvances in Healthcare

HIV/AIDS Infection Rates Continue to Rise in the South

  Understanding, diagnosing and treating HIV and AIDS has come a long way since the early 1980s, when the virus
Adults with ADHD: resolve to reach your goalsBody & Mind

Adults with ADHD: resolve to reach your goals

  For many, the new year brings resolutions and the desire to get organized. But for some adults, staying focused
An Emotional Journey Navigating Breast CancerFeatured Articles

An Emotional Journey Navigating Breast Cancer

Three years ago, Sherrel discovered a lump during her self-breast exam. “I really wasn’t worried about it, which is crazy
Health Strategies for the New YearFeatured Articles

Health Strategies for the New Year

New year, new you. That’s the attitude many of us take as the calendar turns to a new year, a
Are You Suffering from Indoor Winter Allergies?Featured Articles

Are You Suffering from Indoor Winter Allergies?

There aren’t many grasses, trees or flowers pollinating this time of year, yet you have itchy eyes and a shopping
Is It the Holiday Blues or Something More Serious?Featured Articles

Is It the Holiday Blues or Something More Serious?

When to seek help, and when to take matters into your own hands During the busy holiday season, you may
Ten Tips for Diabetes Management over the Holiday SeasonFeatured Articles

Ten Tips for Diabetes Management over the Holiday Season

Juicy turkey dressed with gravy and cranberry sauce. Creamy, garlic mashed potatoes, decadent chocolate treats, and your grandmother’s famous buttery,
Dr. Elizabeth Kline Achieves Milestone for Thoracic Robotic SurgeriesAdvances in Healthcare

Dr. Elizabeth Kline Achieves Milestone for Thoracic Robotic Surgeries

A 59-year old woman will live cancer free after a life-saving surgery Monday that cured her early stage lung cancer.
Longtime Smoker? Concerned about Lung Cancer? Schedule a CT Lung ScreeningFeatured Articles

Longtime Smoker? Concerned about Lung Cancer? Schedule a CT Lung Screening

Current and former smokers have 25 times the risk of developing lung cancer compared to non-smokers. The good news is