Covering your stroller could overheat your baby
Playground equipment can reach 122 degrees making it dangerous for kids.
Urgent care center opening on Robinwood Road next week
The evolving tug of war over new patients in the growing local health care market has pivoted to southeast Gastonia this week.Almost a dozen urgent care
9 Foods That Contain More Than a Day's Worth of Sugar
The FDA just announced that Americans should limit their added sugar intake to 12 teaspoons daily. That’s less than it probably seems.
Heart-Healthy Workouts for People Who Hate Exercise
Long workouts aren't required for heart disease prevention. Discover fun ways to be more active and boost heart health without spending hours at the gym.
Infertility Trial Helps Couple Conceive
Couple enrolled in infertility trial at Carolinas HealthCare System conceives after eight years of trying.
How can plasma cell leukemia be managed?
Saad Usmani, MD, FACP, from the Levine Cancer Institute, Charlotte, NC, discusses the management of the rare myeloma plasma cell leukemia at the 2017 World Congress on Controversies in Multiple Myeloma (COMy) in Paris, France. He outlines the definition of plasma cell leukemia, and highlights that there is a very poor prognosis. Dr Usmani speaks about results of studies using new techniques including cytogenetic profiling, fluorescence in situ hybridization (FISH) and gene mutation panel analysis, with the aim of devising new treatment regiments. He introduces ongoing plasma cell leukemia clinical trials, and discusses the design and some of the results of these.