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Spine & Sport starts orthopedic residence program

Spine & Sport recently began to offer an orthopedic physical therapy residency program. The program is designed to provide physical therapists with a year-long intensive study of orthopedic physical therapy through classroom and clinical experience as well as one-on-one mentoring with a board-certified clinician.

May 05, 2011 | Special to the Courier | Living well


Amid 'war on obesity,' skeptics warn of stigma

The images are striking: Overweight boys and girls staring somberly from billboards and online videos, real-life embodiments of the blunt messages alongside.

May 05, 2011 | By David Crary Associated Press writer | Living well


Measles cases on the rise

ATLANTA (AP) - The United States seems to be on track to have more measles cases than any year in more than a decade, with virtually all cases linked to other countries, including Europe where there's a big outbreak.

May 05, 2011 | By Mike Stobbe Associated Press writer | Living well


Workshop works against Alzheimer's

To help American adults live brain-healthy lifestyles and potentially reduce their risk for Alzheimer's disease, the Georgia chapter of the Alzheimer's Association is offering a one-hour community workshop called "Maintain Your Brain: How to Live a Brain Healthy Lifestyle" at 11:30 a.m. May 13 at the Effingham YMCA

May 02, 2011 | Special to the Courier | Living well


Relay draws many survivors, supporters

It was a cool evening for a hot event in Hinesville on Friday as several hundred cancer survivors and their supporters turned out for Relay for Life. The 12-hour fundraiser and celebration featured more than 250 survivors and 47 sponsored booths.

May 01, 2011 | By Jen Alexander McCall Coastal Courier correspondent | Living well


Older child responsible for conflict

Q: Our 7-year-old son and 32-month-old daughter squabble with each other constantly, mostly over taking and playing with each other's toys. The problem is our daughter, really. She will hit, scream and throw things when she is angry. She wants to be in her brother's room doing whatever he is doing, and he will not close his door. He's not rough with her, but we know he deliberately aggravates her. We have tried time-outs and separating them. With this sort of age gap, is there some way of stopping the uproar?

April 28, 2011 | By John Rosemond Columnist | Living well


Adults can help prevent teen pregnancy

The 10th annual National Day to Prevent Teen Pregnancy is May 4. This promotional campaign is designed to improve the lives and futures of children and families. Organizers also want to help ensure that babies are born into stable, two-parent families ready for the demanding task of raising the next generation, which may improve the well-being of children, moms and dads while decreasing poverty. Lowering the teen pregnancy rate also means young men and women will have more opportunities to complete their education and achieve other life goals. It also may result in fewer abortions and a stronger nation.

April 28, 2011 | By Linda Ratcliffe Columnist | Living well


That order should not come with 'please'

Q: When a parent is giving a child an instruction, like "pick up your toys," should the parent use "please?" My wife says we should model the behavior we want from our kids, but I say it's unnecessary.

April 20, 2011 | By John Rosemond Columnist | Living well


Risks add up without immunizations

The theme for this year's National Immunization Week, which is April 24-30, is "Immunize to stay on track." This annual observance encourages a lifetime of good health with timely vaccinations.

April 20, 2011 | By Linda Ratcliffe Columnist | Living well


Lunchtime health session focuses on depression

County employees turned their Friday lunch breaks into an opportunity to learn more about a topic that is not often discussed at work: depression.

April 19, 2011 | Seraine Page | Living well


Best things: Mom was right — sit up straight

Dr. David Peer of Liberty County Clinic of Chiropractic is on a mission to improve residents' spinal health. Peer opened his practice at 951 C E.G. Miles Parkway on Nov. 1, 2010. He is a member of the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association, the Georgia Chiropractic Association and the Liberty County Chamber of Commerce.

April 16, 2011 | Denise Etheridge | Living well


Boundaries are essential to success

A journalist recently began an interview with me with this question: "What is the biggest problem in American parenting today? Is it sex, drugs, alcohol, cell phones, the Internet, what?"

April 14, 2011 | By John Rosemond Columnist | Living well


Protecting skin more important than tan

Is summer really here or will we have another cold spell? We certainly can't determine the season going only by people's attire, but if we could, it's definitely summertime. And that means slathering on sunscreen, sporting snazzy hats and protecting our eyes with sunglasses.

April 14, 2011 | By Linda Ratcliffe Columnist | Living well


Winn volunteers ‘stoop to help’ others, stand tall

Motivational speaker and first vice president of financial services for The Heritage Bank Derek Sills told more than 300 Winn Army Community Hospital volunteers Monday they are "above average" because they choose to give their time to others, a rare trait in today's fast-paced society.

April 14, 2011 | Denise Etheridge | Living well


Breast-health grants awarded

Liberty and Long counties' health departments, in partnership with Liberty Regional Medical Center, Diversity Health Center and the Southeast Georgia Communities Project, have been awarded a $33,092 grant to support the breast-care program. This program will serve uninsured Hispanic women living in the Sand Hill area of Long County by providing screening mammograms, diagnostic care and breast-health education and outreach.

April 12, 2011 | Denise Etheridge | Living well


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Reducing carbon emissions could save lives, prevent heart attacks, new research shows

Cutting power plant carbon emissions saves lives, according to new research on the way pollution affects public health. The study (paywall), published this week, will become a key talking point for supporters of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's latest proposal for carbon pollution standards.

May 11, 2015 | Kelsey Dallas Deseret News | Living well


What Dove's latest body image campaign gets right — and wrong — about boosting self-esteem

Dove's latest attempt to raise the self-esteem of women worldwide comes in the form of a pair of doors.

May 11, 2015 | Kelsey Dallas Deseret News | Living well


Make it a Mother's Day all year

Mother's Day is full of flowers, chocolates and with any luck, breakfast in bed. But alas Mother's Day only comes once a year. So here are five simple ways to give yourself the love all year round, one week at a time.

May 08, 2015 | Jessie Shepherd, MA, AMCHC KSL | Living well


Sleepwalking and night terrors are genetic, study says

A new study shows the unconscious habit of sleepwalking may actually be tied to genetics, may be passed from parent to child, and when both parents have a history of it, the probability of it happening with children increases.

May 08, 2015 | Mandy Morgan Deseret News | Living well


Never satisfied? Late-night snacking might be your brain’s fault

Do you ever wonder why you can’t sleep until you’ve had that second helping of dinner or bowl (or two) of ice cream?

May 07, 2015 | Tracie Knabe Snowder KSL | Living well


Area's air among cleanest in country

A new report shows some improvements in ozone levels in metro Atlanta and in Macon, though both areas still have significant air-quality problems.

May 06, 2015 | By Andy Miller Georgia Health News | Living well


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