Here’s the problem with spring cleaning…it’s springtime, when it’s lovely outside. Who wants to be sorting through the linen closet or knee deep in the long-forgotten Lego and missing-pieces puzzle drawer when it’s sunny April day and 70 degrees (finally)? But summertime in the Lowcountry—that’s a different story.
Food and fireworks abound this holiday week and though we see a lot of both in the Lowcountry when we celebrate our nation’s independence, there is something that we will see a lot more of – water. We live surrounded by beaches, lakes, marshes and rivers. For many of us, it is the water that …
Know the Signs, Act FAST It’s summer time, which hopefully means more time to sit back, relax and let your guard down. But there’s one medical condition you should remain vigilant about: stroke.
Current and former smokers have 25 times the risk of developing lung cancer compared to non-smokers.
Every season should be sunscreen season, according to Dr. Marta Hampton, a Roper St. Francis Healthcare-affiliated dermatologist. “Wearing sunscreen is the number one way to protect against skin cancer,” says Dr. Hampton, and given that one person dies of melanoma every hour in the U.S., that’s advice worth heeding.
A coffee with all the fixings on your way to work (100 calories), a 20-ounce soda at lunch (240 calories), a glass of sweet tea with dinner (100 calories) and maybe a few beers in the evening (about 140 calories each)? If you drink to that routine, you could be drowning your weight management
Water – the elixir of life, the fundamental fluid that makes up about 75% of our human body, and about 80% of our brain.