We have all experienced headaches, some have been more minor than other, but we are all familiar with the feeling. While we alleviate it with remedies such as aspirin or a quick nap, we never understand how headaches form or … Continue reading
Monthly Archives: May 2014
There’s a way to get maximum results from your workouts – in less time than a standard exercise program. Cutting your workout time in half can be a matter of intensity. High Intensity Interval Training is all about balancing going … Continue reading
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, anywhere from 75-thousand to 125-thousand babies under a year old end up in hospitals because of a common virus. Doug Johnson has an explanation of the risk r-s-v can pose to … Continue reading
This year will be the 25th anniversary of a Mid-South sports tradition – the Southern Heritage Classic. The college football game pits Tennessee State against Jackson State in the liberty bowl. And while it’s always an exciting game for alumni, … Continue reading
Dying is an inevitable part of life – but it can be something that people won’t do anything to prepare for. By taking the time to understand the ‘five wishes,’ you can make the decisions that will help you and … Continue reading
After treatment for breast cancer, patients often wonder – what’s next? A new program is being developed to make finding those answers easier. In keeping well beyond a diagnosis, we meet experts working to help women navigate through their recovery.
“A major project to expand healthcare for women and children in the Mid-South has taken another step toward completion. The 20-million-dollar effort to add a pediatric emergency department to Baptist Women’s Hospital has reached the ‘top.’ Lurene Cachola brings us … Continue reading