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"Research shows alcohol consumption increases a woman’s risk of breast cancer,” says McLeod Oncologist Ravneet Bajwa, MD. “While other studies show that exercise lowers your risk of breast cancer."

BlueCross BlueShield of South Carolina, the only Affordable Care Act health insurance provider in every South Carolina county since 2016, is encouraging residents to sign up for health insurance during this year’s open enrollment period, which begins Thursday, Nov. 1 and ends Saturday, Dec. 15. The coverage becomes effective Jan. 1, 2019.

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Hearing the words “You have breast cancer” (or any kind of cancer) can be emotionally destructive. You hear the words but your mind is overcome by a tidal wave of questions and feelings.

In 2016, 246,600 women in the United States were diagnosed with breast cancer. Fran was one of those ... This is her story. For more inspirational Live Fearl...

After declining for a few decades, heart problems are once again on the rise, thanks to an aging population and obesity. At the same time air travel for business and leisure continues to increase with more than 2.2 billion domestic trips forecast for 2019. As a result, more heart patients are faced with the question, “Is it safe for me to fly?”

Tuesday, October 16th, 2018
BlueCross BlueShield of South Carolina officially announced its annual United Way campaign results totaling a record $2.8 million
“The employees of BlueCross BlueShield of South Carolina are one of our most enthusiastic campaigns and have continued to deliver outstanding results,” said United Way President & CEO Sara Fawcett. “Not only are they the largest campaign in the Midlands, they are the largest…

In the last decade, multiple advancements are increasing long-term survival for women with breast cancer. These advancements have included improvements in imaging technology, enhanced surgical techniques and new discoveries in oncology.

Most of us try to avoid seeing the doctor as long as possible when it comes to aches and pains. But there does come a point when you should see the doctor. McLeod Orthopedic Specialist David Woodbury, MD describes what happens when you see a specialist for hip pain.

Hip Joint Replacements are one of the most successful procedures available today. Hundreds of thousands Americans will have a hip replacement just this year.

They show a high willingness to buy, but this debt is proving to be a big obstacle in their home purchase.

Most people know the term Cardiac Catheterization and might know that this assessment procedure involves injecting dye into the coronary arteries and the pumping chamber of the heart in order to visualize blockages and the performance of the heart muscle.

Hogweed is popping up in more backyards, and environmental agencies are warning of the dangers of coming into contact with it.