Health in North Charleston, SC

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Why people participate in health research can vary from person to person. All of Us Research Program director Eric Dishman shares some of the reasons why peo...

Author Isabel Allende is 71. Yes, she has a few wrinkles—but she has incredible perspective too. In this candid talk, meant for viewers of all ages, she talks about her fears as she gets older and shares how she plans to keep on living passionately.

Researchers from several US cancer centers have found that patients who used an online tool to report symptoms to their cancer care team lived an average of 5 months longer than patients who did not use the tool.

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April might be National Minority Health Month, but at the American Cancer Society, we work all year long to ensure everyone has an equal…

Wind Safety Tips and Resources
High winds can occur during a severe thunderstorm, with a strong weather system, or can flow down a mountain. When winds are sustained at 40-50 mph, isolated wind damage is possible. Widespread significant wind damage can occur with higher wind speeds. During strong thunderstorms, straight line wind speeds can exceed 100 mph. High winds can blow objects around and pose a…

Learn how staying healthy can help lower your chances of getting cancer. Discover tips on cancer screening recommendations and making healthy choices.

The comedy show Dr. Ken tackles a serious topic Friday, February 24 when the title character’s wife Allison finds a lump on her breast and undergoes a biopsy to check for cancer.

Franchise brand working to make veterans’ return from the battlefield a little bit easier.

While our active duty service members sacrifice a great deal while serving, their families do as well.

We pay tribute to our veterans, and talk to the CEO of Sports Clips about what they are doing for our brave men and women.

Schlotzsky’s Bakery Café has raised $800,000+ for JDRF since 2012 through their annual Step Up campaign and this year they’re going for Read more

Access to care for the underprivileged is the biggest health-related issue plaguing residents in the tri-county area, according to an outreach effort that gained input from nearly 1,200 residents.

SPRING, Texas — They were sitting in their living room in 2002, an otherwise ordinary winter evening on the Texas plains, when Ron Biles asked his wife the question—one that would ultimately alter the course of U...

Three College of Charleston School of Business students participated in the spring 2016 internship "Doing Business with Israel."

NORTH CHARLESTON — South Carolina ranks 42nd nationwide in health among its residents, despite the tri-county area being one of the best places for health care in the state.

FAO Food Price Index inches up in May, Food Outlook report notes role of burgeoning reserves
Spaghetti being made at a pasta factory in Italy. Wheat production is expected to outstrip utilization for the fourth year in a row
2 June 2016, Rome- Global food commodity markets are on a stable path for the year ahead, with solid production prospects and abundant stocks pointing to a broadly stable outcome for prices and supplies, FAO said today.
Lower food prices than last year means…

The International SalonSpa Business Network will honor Gordon Logan, CEO/founder of Sport Clips Haircuts and ISBN past president (2008-2012), with its 2016 Lifetime Achievement Award during ISBN’s 2016 Conference “Humanology.”

The 12V jack in a car (once the cigarette lighter) is a pretty common place for many of us to put a USB charger these days. In a lot of car models, that 12V jack doesn’t stop getting power, which means it’s technically draining your battery even when the car’s off. How much? Big Mess O’ Wire decided to figure that out.

The smallest surviving baby born at Carolinas HealthCare System is finally headed home more than four months after she was born.

SEMDA’s annual conference is the premier medical device forum fostering business and educational opportunities for investors, medical device companies, medical entrepreneurs, and related industry professionals in the southeast
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SEMDA’s annual conference attracts some of the most active medical device companies, investors, and medical research and commercialization organizations in the industry. SEMDA is committed to offering sponsors high exposure to one of the…

Join Tecan at SLAS2016 to learn more about lab automation. View this page for a schedule of speakers and to set up a one-on-one meeting with Experts.

Mr. Bill Smyth gets to lead a very special class each semester at the Charleston County School of the Arts where students are connected with local business for internships
His students are required to keep a weekly journal of their internship experiences, turn in time sheets detailing their hours worked, and have a supervisor review meeting at the end of the term. The students must also…

Model calm and control. Children take their emotional cues from the significant adults in their lives. Avoid appearing anxious or frightened
Reassure children they are safe and (if true) so are the important adults and other loved ones in their lives. Depending on the situation, point out factors that help ensure their immediate safety and that of their community
Remind them trustworthy people are in charge.…

In classrooms across Charleston, S.C., lessons come with exercising. Moving makes the brain ready for learning, schools say.