Education plays an important role in controlling diabetes. There is no cure – and it’s a complex condition that requires lifetime management – making healthy food choices, staying active, monitoring blood sugar and taking medications. Lurene Cachola shows us how … Continue reading
Monthly Archives: October 2014
Exercise and diet are important ways to protect your health, but because of the demands of the day – you may not think you’ve got enough time to eat like you should. Registered dietitian Christine Turner has some quick ways … Continue reading
A program at the Baptist Women’s Health Center can help make finding those answers easier. It’s a way health care providers hope will help women remain well beyond a diagnosis.
Americans suffer one-point-five million heart attacks and strokes every year – cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of death in the U.S. Because of the risk, it’s important to know the signs. Heart attacks can start so slowly – people … Continue reading
And when your child is hurt – it’s good to know that quality emergency services are close by. But – how do you know when it’s a problem that requires that level of treatment? Doug Johnson has more now on … Continue reading