Once again, Methodist welcomed attendees of the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure to sign a banner to honor and encourage survivors of breast cancer.
Catch breast cancer early, and today, the chances of surviving breast cancer are extremely high. Finding it is the job of a quick, simple and very important test. The mammogram is the best way to detect even the earliest breast cancers.
Cancer will impact 40% of people according to statistics. We highlight the talented cancer fighters: survivors, medical professionals researching and treating cancer; and, the families who leave a legacy of laughter, hope and healing in this Fall 2017 issue of The Meaning of Care magazine.
Nurses help, heal and educate. They lead and inspire. With their expertise and caring, nurses transform each stage of life and every health challenge. The Spring 2017 issue of The Meaning of Care magazine shares stories of nurses and their inspirations.
Surviving lung cancer depends on early detection. Methodist offers a test that can identify cancer at its earliest stages.
Methodist women’s health nurse practitioner Brenda Herrod, who is also an AFAA Certified Personal Trainer, walks us through a few exercises that can increase your daily mobility in this video.
Gestational diabetes affects about seven of every 100 women during pregnancy. Much like regular type 1 or type 2 diabetes, it’s a condition where the body loses its ability to regulate blood sugars.
Even if you eat healthily, prenatal vitamins are still an important addition to an expecting mom’s diet.
Did you know that the west coast of Ireland is the largest producer of wild salmon in the North Atlantic? Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with this delicious salmon dish.