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As architects of our daily lives, our hands help define us. But when injury or disease disrupts their harmony, our well-being is at risk, sidelining life's quality. In an upcoming complimentary … more
In the recently released American Lung Association's 22nd annual "State of Tobacco Control" report, According to a news release, Alabama finds itself trailing behind the nation in efforts to prevent … more
Do you have a favorite food that makes your mouth water? The liquid that fills your mouth is called saliva. This remarkable fluid helps you digest food and stay healthy. Saliva, or spit, has … more
Alexandria Baumann, a Junior at Gulf Shores High School, has been chosen as a delegate for the Congress of Future Medical Leaders. The event is scheduled to take place from June 26 to June 28, … more
As the new year begins, many people make resolutions regarding their physical health, but it’s just as important to focus on mental health in the year ahead, especially for older adults, … more
In the blink of an eye, New Year's resolutions can lose their luster, particularly when they veer into the realm of the unattainable. Ann Payne-Johnson, M.D., M.S. Family Medicine Center USA Health … more
On Wednesday, Jan. 24, the American Lung Association is set to unveil its  22nd annual "State of Tobacco Control" report. This comprehensive assessment evaluates both state and federal … more
Radon, a naturally occurring radioactive gas responsible for approximately 21,000 lung cancer deaths annually in the United States and ranking as the second leading cause of lung cancer, takes the … more
In response to the current frigid conditions sweeping the state, the Alabama Department of Public Health is urging the public to remain vigilant and take extra precautions to protect against the … more
Unravel the mysteries behind shoulder pain and discomfort. The Orange Beach Adult & Senior Activity Center is hosting a community education seminar featuring Dr. John Todd, a … more
Curious about the scientific insights into commonly used herbs for health purposes? Look no further than your smartphone or tablet. Download the HerbList app for free and gain access to comprehensive … more
There’s a lot of talk about artificial intelligence, or AI, these days. AI is everywhere—from virtual assistants to facial recognition software. This technology is even assisting doctors … more
The New Year is the perfect time to hit the reset button on your health and wellness. Not sure where to start? Doctors say you can make the biggest impact with small, incremental tweaks to your … more
Say goodbye to chronic back pain. The future of relief is here. Infirmary Health is pioneering a breakthrough treatment for chronic back pain through the Intracept procedure. Dr. Leslie … more
SPANISH FORT — While 2023 marked Prodisee Pantry's 20th anniversary, it also concluded with the pantry having an increase of family visits, volunteers and pounds of food distributed. … more
Michael Hennigan, M.D., a board-certified internal medicine physician and fellow of the American College of Endocrinology, has joined Coastal Medical Group (CMG). With over 30 years of clinical … more
Staff members at USA Health's Level III Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) dedicated time this month to craft holiday keepsakes for the parents of the smallest patients at Children’s & … more
This time of year, millions of people make resolutions to take on personal challenges, accomplish a significant goal, or improve their lives for the new year. This year, the American Lung Association … more
Good metabolic health is the backbone of great overall health. Unfortunately, many Americans misunderstand what metabolic health is and are not aware of its importance. A recent poll from … more
The University of South Alabama and scientist Jonathan Rayner, Ph.D., have been designated as inaugural honorees of the Innovate Alabama Network — a new resource established to facilitate … more
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