School age children get anywhere between four and six colds a year. Now that most kids are back in school — what can you do to protect your child’s health and avoid a cold or the flu? Doug Johnson has … Continue reading
Monthly Archives: August 2013
People who lose limbs to disease can suffer an intense emotional loss as well. A new service at Baptist Memorial Hospital-Collierville is helping with cope with the after effects of amputation. Rod Starns has details in our Cover Story.
Energy drinks are flying off store shelves because of the temporary boost they can provide. But — not only is that boost short-lived — using those drinks can also cause serious problems. Doug Johnson has that story.
Young women can and do get breast cancer. There are more than 250,000 women who were diagnosed with breast cancer at age 40 or younger. Lurene Cachola has more on the impact of the disease.
Diet is one of the most important treatments in managing kidney disease. But how can you do that? On the menu today, registered dietitian Kayla Irvin-Blackstock has some kidney-friendly recipes.
Science can tell people when they have a higher-than-average risk of cancer. But — what can they do with that information? Here’s another look at a nationwide support group — with a Memphis presence to help women at risk of … Continue reading