Each year, October serves as Breast Cancer Awareness month. During this time, pink ribbons are distributed, companies display their support for the cause, races are hosted in cities and promotional messages for breast cancer awareness are put in place by … Continue reading
Monthly Archives: October 2013
The Baptist Cancer Center is launching a study to determine the barriers to multi-disciplinary care for lung cancer patients. Their efforts earned a multi-million dollar research award from a national organization. Doug Johnson has details on what they want to … Continue reading
If you’ve had the flu, you know how bad the aches, pains, sneezing and sniffling can be. It can be a lot more serious for children — sending an average 20-thousand kids under the age of 5 to hospitals each … Continue reading
Some workouts may leave you wondering whether those exercises actually help you with daily activities. Functional fitness exercises mirror common movements you might do at home or work. Lurene Cachola is here with more on how you can look good … Continue reading
A Mid-South teacher wanted to find a way to honor a loved one lost while serving his country. Her efforts encouraged students and Baptist Memorial Hospital-Desoto to help support and pay tribute to troops still serving in Afghanistan. Rod Starns … Continue reading
A hospital may hold dozens, even hundreds of seriously ill heart patients at a time. Keeping track of all of them requires a high tech touch. On today’s Heart of the Matter, how that equipment gets people the care they … Continue reading
As women move out of their childbearing years, they go through menopause, which can cause serious problems. Recognizing the signs of the condition as it approaches can help women prepare for the changes. Lurene Cachola has more.