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Browsing: Health & Wellness
October means football, festivals, and fall-like weather are finally in full swing in Mississippi! The leaves and our wardrobes aren’t the only thing changing with the season. Transitioning to shorter (but still busy) fall days can be challenging. Less daylight often moves people indoors more, making spreading cold and flu viruses easier. Use these simple tips to keep your mental and physical health in check.
The School of Nursing at the University of Mississippi Medical Center is expanding its Oxford offerings to include a traditional Bachelor of Science in Nursing program next year.
Jennifer (fondly known as “Jenny”) is the owner of the Magnolia Soap and Bath franchise located in Hattiesburg, MS. This phenomenal business prides itself on its clean beauty practices and unique shopping experience.
Congratulations to New Albany’s Baptist Memorial Hospital-Union County (BMH-UC) for being named Mississippi’s 2023 Most Socially Responsible Hospital.
A Meridian teacher and endurance cyclist has cruised into the title of the first person to bike the perimeter of…
Jackson County Board of Supervisors Announce Selection of Organization to Purchase Singing River Health System
MS Gulf Coast – Over the last several months, the Jackson County Board of Supervisors worked with Raymond James, a…
As with many people these days, Kirk Hutchinson struggles with dietary restrictions, so he decided to do something to help…
The American Cancer Society is hosting its third annual “Shuck Cancer” event. This party with a purpose will raise funds for local hospitals to use to provide lodging and transportation for cancer patients.
Since its program began in 1992, UMMC has performed more than 1,700 bone marrow transplants, BMT for short, now averaging about 75 a year, with an average 15 of those pediatric.
Kidney failure and dialysis aren’t easy to face on your own – something that Anthony Williams, a successfully transplanted patient…
When her kidney failure got to the point that Tawanna Davis was attached to a dialysis machine three times a…