Research shows a sharp increase in colorectal cancer in younger adults. Dr. Steve Akman, medical director of Roper St. Francis Cancer Care discusses the findings and local trends.
Between winter’s chill and short days, it can be hard to get motivated to exercise. Plus, the body just seems to want to hunker down in low-key mode after the holidays—maybe it’s a residual hibernation instinct?
Roper St. Francis is First Off the Block with vBloc A Revolutionary Weight-loss Innovation
As you age, many health factors begin to affect your sex life, from heart problems to ED. This post shares tips for staying sexually active in your later years.
Maybe you got a few new books as holiday gifts? And perhaps they’re still sitting by your bedside, waiting, while you’ve been catching up on some Netflix favorites. If that’s the case, we’ve got a healthy word to the wise: get reading! If you want to live longer (and smarter), that is.
Peter, a teacher, was newly married and just closed on his house when he was diagnosed with Hodgkin’s Lymphoma. Watch how Roper St. Francis helped him beat his cancer and start a family.
Now that the holidays have ended and we’ve indulged in all those holiday goodies it’s time for that New Year’s resolution. The number one resolution among Americans is to lose weight. It’s something that over a third of the population hopes to achieve each year.
Roper St. Francis’ Ryan White Wellness Center is a leader in the fight against HIV/Aids. This blog provides an update on our latest treatments for HIV/AIDS. Though HIV is rarely headline news anymore, it is still very much a public health concern, especially in the South.