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The Pulse on Charleston Nurses

The Pulse on Charleston Nurses

We have partnered with the MEDICAL UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH CAROLINA COLLEGE OF NURSING to highlight some of the Lowcountry’s top nurses. HealthLinks Charleston wants to recognize nurses as the backbone of our medical community and...

Don't Let Allergies or Asthma Stop You!

Don't Let Allergies or Asthma Stop You!

Gazing out your window, you see the beauty of the spring – the flowers are in bloom, the trees are full and you can almost hear the light buzzing of bees pollinating your flourishing plants. Spring represents new beginnings and the return of weather that...

PRP Therapy Merges Beauty with Medicine

PRP Therapy Merges Beauty with Medicine

Dr. Anita Dormer is a physician with a mission. She is determined to find the most effective and safest treatments for her patients to look and feel good about themselves. It is this mission that brought her to Mount Pleasant to...

Palmetto Women's Health: Regain That Spark

Palmetto Women's Health: Regain That Spark

Being a woman is complicated. From hormones to pregnancy to weight loss, our bodies are always a work in progress. Helping women through various stages of life is a mission for Dr. Loren Frankel of Palmetto Women’s Health...

The Alternative to a Hospital Delivery

The Alternative to a Hospital Delivery

Prenatal care and childbirth plans could be one of the biggest decisions a newly pregnant mother will make. The Charleston area has a myriad of OB-GYN choices and many hospitals with outstanding birth units. But what if...

Plantation Pharmacy: A Compounding Specialty

Plantation Pharmacy: A Compounding Specialty

Walking into Plantation Pharmacy is a refreshing change of pace, but while the nostalgia of a traditional pharmacy – complete with lunch counter, soda fountain, vintage toys and small gifts – takes you back to the good old days...

Draisin Vision Group: A Leader in Eye Care

Draisin Vision Group: A Leader in Eye Care

It’s axiomatic that if you find yourself having trouble deciphering street signs as you cruise by at 50 mph or if you have to squint to read the daily newspaper, you visit the eye doctor’s office. There, you explain your problem...

Agape Hospice: Going Above and Beyond

Agape Hospice: Going Above and Beyond

All too often, I hear families say they wished they had hospice care sooner. For someone diagnosed with a terminal illness or the relatives and caregivers of that patient, finding the right hospice program is something that can make those final...

The Dangers of Noise Damage

Dangers of Noise Damage: Man covering his ears to protect against loud noise

America is a loud place. Many people spend their days working in noisy environments and then spend their nights at noisy bars or clubs. Too much racket is hard on our bodies. It can take its toll.Audiologist Joe Gillespie of East Cooper...

Hands of Hope: A Quality of Life Focus

Hands of Hope: A Quality of Life Focus

Sheri Stewart, the director for Hands of Hope Pediatric Comfort and Palliative Care, headquartered in Spartanburg, said that many people question her when she tells them what she does for a living. “People tell me all the time...

Helping People Feel Right

Helping People Feel Right

Dr. Orlin Sergev loves the science of figuring out how to help his patients feel better. Their most common complaint before ending up at Equilibrium Endocrinology & Diabetes Center is that...

Why Choose Hospice Care?

Why Choose Hospice Care?

Approximately two thirds of patients who could benefit from hospice services never choose to receive hospice care. Too few people understand what hospice is and what it can provide for...

Painful to Pain-free: Functional Medicine

Painful to Pain-free: Functional Medicine

The discomfort in your back that keeps you awake at night might very well be directly related to the limp-inducing pain in your knee. According to Dr. Heather Lambert, the key to making...

ALS By the Numbers

ALS By the Numbers

ALS, more commonly known as Lou Gehrig’s disease, is a progressive neurodegenerative disease that attacks nerve cells and pathways in the brain and spinal cord. It occurs throughou...

Bunions By the Numbers

Bunions By the Numbers

The most common misconception about bunions in women is that high heels cause them. Actually, they develop due to an inherited foot type that predisposes a...

Making the Right Choices to Age Well

Making the Right Choices to Age Well

Aging begins at birth. Every stage and age of life has a unique set of physiological and psychological needs. For optimal health and contentment in life, it is important to respect each...

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