The new school year has arrived along with the nightly chore of packing lunches. From getting your child involved in the preparation to finding that perfect balance between healthy and tasty – here are some tips for creating A+ school lunches. Back to school season is quickly approaching, along with the parental responsibility to create …
Being an RN at Roper St. Francis Healthcare runs in the family. Jennette Albayalde knew in kindergarten that she wanted to be a nurse when her mother came home wearing her nursing cap.
When it comes to water safety, we could all use a refresher. A Roper St. Francis Healthcare doctor weighs in on how to keep your little swimmers and yourself safe.
Dr. Scott Ross is a board certified cardiothoracic surgeon and leader in minimally invasive surgical options. Translation: He’s an expert surgeon who can repair your heart using methods that leave you with less scars.
During Sam’s annual checkup, his primary care doctor discovered that he had a heart murmur. “No, I don’t think so,” Sam told his doctor. He felt fine. Later confirmed by an echocardiogram, Sam was diagnosed with mitral valve prolapse. It wasn’t long before he had his first symptoms while on a hike
We all have memory slips and occasionally misplace our keys, and that tends to happen more often as we get older. This can make it difficult to distinguish between normal age-related changes in memory and cognition and the first signs of Alzheimer’s disease
Pruritus or itching is the unpleasant sensation that causes the urge to scratch. And while there are many things that can make you itch such as a rash, skin condition or even underlying disease, there’s no denying its annoying.