The Bridge to Better Health Starts With Primary Care – Part III
Primary care physicians are our partners on the road to good health. They urge us to get our vaccinations and preventive health screenings. They’re the ones reminding us to eat healthy and exercise.Be the first to comment! Read more...
The American Cancer Society is on a mission to educate people about preventing cancer in the first place — while also encouraging screenings that catch cancer in its infancy, when least dangerous. Read more..
For such a small thing (about the size of a walnut,) the prostate sure gets a lot of press. The vaguely kidney-bean-shaped gland sits at the base of the male bladder and encircles the urethra, the tube that carries urine and semen out of the body. Read more..
As we age, our brain’s ability to withstand the natural neurological damage that occurs lessens and can make it more difficult to perform seemingly simple mental tasks. Read more..
There was a time when plastic surgery was only for devastated accident survivors and aging movie stars trapped in an increasingly superficial industry. Yet today it is becoming a far more common choice for younger candidates to go under the knife. For the young and famous like Kyle Jenner of Kardashian family fame, cosmetic surgery is an expensive but expected rite of passage. Read more..
Every October, the nation’s medical community sets time aside to recognize the contributions of physical therapists, the people who work to return us to normal physical activity after we injure ourselves or after we suffer a debilitating illness such as a stroke. Read more..
Local Health Updates
- Neuroscience Center of Excellence to Be Built in Front of Johnston-Willis Hospital
- Chippenham Hospital Receives Verification as Level II Trauma Center
- Bon Secours St. Francis Medical Center Enhances Clinical Leadership with New Chief Medical Officer
- HCA Virginia Names New Chief Operating Officer for Henrico Doctors’ Hospital
- Henrico Doctors’ Hospital Opens New Neonatal Intensive Care Unit
- 2017 SEED Grants Totaling $107,000 Awarded to Five East End Businesses