Fashion for Women Over 60 — Clothing Advice for Older Women
See our tips on how to be fashionable after sixty. Fashion for women over 60 should be fun! Includes tips on where to find clothes for older women & more!
Top Health Tip for Men: Listen to Women
If men want to stay healthy or improve their health, they should listen to the women in their lives, says Douglas Linz MD, MS, Medical Director of TriHealth Corporate Health.
What is Cardiopulmonary Rehab?
The Cardiopulmonary Program is designed to help patients return to a full and productive life with the goal of preventing a future event from reoccurring.
Medical Students Learn More Than Anatomy From Donated Bodies
Despite advances in computer simulation, medical schools still widely use cadavers. And one group of students discovers there’s much to learn from the dead beyond anatomy.
Brain Injury Awareness Month: What You Need to Know
Brain injuries can have devastating consequences that linger long after initial treatment in the emergency department. The impact of a brain injury can last for life, but proper management and support can improve outcomes.
Everyone should cook with MSG, says food scientist
"I like to encourage my kids to eat a little healthier, so I'll sprinkle a little 'supersalt' in there. That stuff is really powerful."
Dr. Day: Five tips for younger looking skin
(KUTV) Taking care of your skin is important, especially as you get older. Dr. Day, a cardiologist at Intermountain Medical Center Heart Institute, stopped by 2News this Morning to share five proven secrets to younger looking skin. 1. Daily skin careRemove
How Does Gallbladder Surgery Work?
Gallbladder disease is one of the most common problems surgeons at Beaufort Memorial see and treat. Symptoms vary by condition, but often include sharp pain in the right abdomen especially after eating a fatty meal, heartburn, indigestion, gas, excessive diarrhea, nausea or abdominal tenderness.
What Are the Signs of an Eating Disorder?
Eating disorders involve extreme and dangerous eating habits, including binge eating, purging, and drastic reductions in food intake. Sometimes, eating disorders are severe enough to require emergency care and hospitalization. It can be difficult for family members to detect the signs of an eating disorder because it isn't unusual for patients to try to hide these behaviors.
Schlepping bronze, a Ketchikan artist retraces Seward’s route
On the anniversary of the treaty with Russia to buy Alaska, a Ketchikan artist went on a mission in Washington, D.C., to find the spot where William Seward signed the Treaty of Cession, exactly 150 years prior.