Watching your child take his or her first steps can be one of the most exciting times for a family. As babies learn how to walk, many families purchase walkers or toys to assist them in standing up and learning balance.
Greenville Health System is working hard to make sure that our patients and staff are protected as Hurricane Florence continues inland. Our 24-hour emergency operations center is closely monitoring the situation.
This content originally appeared on Flourish, a blog owned by Palmetto Health. Used with permission Making sure you have bottled water and bread is important during an emergency, but there are other steps you should take that will help you and your family.
When the kids roll in from school, often the first words out of their mouths are, “I’m hungry!” So what’s a parent to do when it comes to balancing hearty young appetites with the pursuit of good health? Here are some tips:
September is National PACE month! But what exactly is PACE? It stands for Program of All-inclusive Care for the Elderly, and it’s a Medicare and Medicaid program that helps frail and elderly persons meet their healthcare needs in the community instead of going to a nursing home.
My brain is no longer whole, but I am better for it. If anyone had told me seven years ago that I would be diagnosed with brain cancer and would live to tell about it I would have laughed at them. Me? Brain cancer? No, I am not strong enough.