Health comes not only from what we put into our bodies, but through keeping our blood stream and other organs healthy as well. At Essential Cleaning, you can rid yourself of unhealthy toxins and steer clear of sickness.
Mary Johnson explains why it is important for your children to get eye exams. She also tells us about sports glasses.
Mary Johnson, Executive Director of One Hour Optical, talks about some of the symptoms associated with prolonged use of smart phones, tablets and 3D TVs. She shares some tips on how to avoid eye fatigue and other strains on your vision.
Laurie Ott, President of University Healthcare Foundation, discusses Cardio on the Canal, a family event at the Kroc Center Feb. 9. The event features a 1-mile fun walk with games and art from area kids, as well as tips for taking care of your heart.
Vein disease is known to reduce energy levels, which can impact New Years weight loss goals. Dr. Steven Roth of The Vein Guys introduces a procedure to restore damaged veins and increase energy.
Surprisingly heart disease and cancer share many of the same causes, as Andi Vanairsdale tells us. Through cancer.org and your local American Cancer Society group, you can find tips, classes, and tons of other information for reducing your risk of both diseases.
Nurse Navigators are there for comfort, information, and to help keep patients on a schedule. When you sign up for the WE program, a Nurse Navigator is assigned to you.
Changing our diet, much less trying any type of invasive health routine can be scary. However, Shanta Johnson shares how sometimes being open minded can have a significant health payoff.
The Lydia project maintains a large community to motivate and support women undergoing treatment for any type of cancer. As Michelle Canchola explains, you can also fill volunteer opportunities in multiple ways including at home crafts.
Dr. Allen Sloan discusses the importance of determining whether an individual's pain is minor or severe to find the best treatment to keep pain from interfering with daily life. Additionally, there are multiple treatment options that can help one avoid over-medication and unnecessarily dozy days.
Varicose veins seem to be something we only think about once they appear. However, Dr. Steven Roth explains how our careers, fitness, and genetics can play a role in whether we get them or not.
Mike Kent from Performance Plus says colder weather can affect transmissions.
The local office of the American Cancer Society has a large plethora of support materials. In their patient room, every day, there is a constant supply of the physical items women may needs as they power through the transitions of cancer treatment.
Dr. Allen Sloan discusses the best path for determining if one needs professional pain management. From family practicians to seeing specialists, Dr. Sloan has advice for avoiding pain management pitfalls.
Vein surgery has progressed technologically to become far more simplified and nearly painless. To ensure the best results, though, Dr. Steven Roth and tips and questions for finding the safest, most qualified professional for your procedure.
Time to Scare is a safe way to have fun for kids this Halloween. Tim Fabian of Ashley Furniture talks about the carnival, haunted house and candy that'll be there on October 25.
Through Aiken Regional's WE Program, women can sign up for reminders to get the yearly checkups to detect breast cancer. Lauree Caldwell explains how the process of getting your mammogram is actually quite simple.
Lauree Caldwell, R.N. discusses how the WE program at Aiken Regional has many opportunites for women to find not only health support, but social support as well. Through monthly and quarterly gatherings, this growing organization gives women the opportunity to be involved and supported.
India has participated in Arts in the Heart for the last 15 years. Food and dancing will be showcased from Indian culture this year.
How'd you like to spend some money on a hunk of metal you'll probably never see? Well, look at it this way: it beats spending a load of money on a hunk of metal you'll probably never see.
Shanta Johnson of Essential Cleansing talks about why hydrotherapy is so therapeutic for the body. Johnson discusses the surprising symptoms that may be linked to a needed cleanse session.