Those Pesky Viruses And Their Mutating Friends

Photo of a needle going into a virus

It’s probably safe to say that every parent is officially sick of the word “virus.” And quite literally, actually. Between the perils of COVID and now the influx of respiratory syncytial virus and numerous cases of the flu, our children are running a fever and coughing up phlegm like it’s their job. We are in … Read more

Tips for Safe Infant Sleep

A photo of an infant sleeping on white sheets

The American Academy of Pediatrics has issued new sleep guidelines for babies. Infant deaths were reduced in the 1990s when it was first recommended to put babies on their back when they went to sleep. However, the decline in infant deaths has slowed since the late 1990s, and health care providers are now being encouraged … Read more

Make-A-Wish Come True

A child getting their wish come true from Make A Wish Foundation

Have you ever wanted to make someone’s wish come true? South Carolina women have the opportunity to do just that by signing up to be members of the W.I.S.H. Society. W.I.S.H. stands for Women Inspiring Strength and Hope, and that’s exactly what these women do, explained Crystal Alifanow, director of communications at Make-A-Wish® South Carolina. “Each of … Read more