A stay in the hospital can be difficult — particularly for people receiving acute care. In today’s Cover Story, Rod Starns explains how one area hospital is using a unique form of four-legged therapy to help people improve their social, … Continue reading
Monthly Archives: March 2013
There are many reasons people begin fitness programs — new year, wedding, reunion, and doctor’s orders — and they quit for nearly as many reasons. Staying with a program is as important as starting it in the first place. Lurene … Continue reading
Science can tell people when they have a higher-than-average risk of cancer. But — what can they do with that information? There’s a nationwide support group — with a Memphis presence to help women at risk of hereditary cancer be … Continue reading
It’s something that nearly everyone should do at some point. ‘It,’ is getting some type of heart risk assessment — and those assessments can play a major role in preventing, diagnosing and treating heart disease. Joining us on today’s Heart … Continue reading
Ear infections are the single biggest reason pediatricians prescribe antibiotics for children — but that could be changing because of new guidelines. Doug Johnson has details to help protect your child’s health.
The diagnosis of attention hyperactivity disorder in children increases each year. However, their behavioral disorder may actually stem from sleep deprivation, which is linked to the sleep disorder called sleep apnea. Sleep apnea is a common problem in children, and … Continue reading