What’s on the horizon…?

What’s on the horizon…?

Emerging research and possible new treatments for breast cancer While about 1 in 8 American women will be diagnosed with breast cancer sometime in their lifetime, fortunately the rate of women dying from the disease has been declining since about 1989. This decrease is believed to be the result of earlier detection through screening and increased awareness, as well as improved treatments. New research is being conducted around the world and Read more »
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September 17, 2014
the Good, the Bad and the Untreatable

the Good, the Bad and the Untreatable

What we should know about the growing threat of antibiotic resistant bacteria and how to help stem the tide. Bacteria are single-celled organisms found inside and outside of our bodies. Not all bacteria are harmful, some are actually beneficial, and play an important role in functions of the body such as digestion. But, disease-causing bacteria can trigger illnesses, including strep throat, pneumonia, bladder infections, and some ear and sinus infections, just Read more »
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July 11, 2014
Getting to the bottom of… Pelvic Pain

Getting to the bottom of… Pelvic Pain

Mention pelvic pain, and there are few women who don’t immediately think of painful menstrual cramps, the kind that could knock you off your feet and leave you wanting to curl up in bed with a heating pad for the rest of the day. But the truth is, menstrual cramps are just one kind of pain that a woman may experience in the pelvic region and perhaps are more easily Read more »
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July 11, 2014
Don’t sweat it

Don’t sweat it

Understanding and treating excessive perspiration Exercise or a hot environment can increase your body temperature. When you experience a rise or fall in your body temperature, the hypothalamus, a part of the brain that acts as an internal thermostat, senses the change in internal temperature and takes action to protect your body. The brain directs more of your blood flow to the skin and signals the body to begin sweating. When Read more »
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May 15, 2014
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in the news Skilled Nursing Dedicated To Memory Care Now Offered At St. Catherine’s Village
Posted Thu 09/14/2017 10:35AM

MADISON, Miss. – St. Catherine’s Village has announced that skilled nursing dedicated to memory care now is available at the read more »

Teen Dies Trying to Use Charging Cell Phone While Bathing
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This summer Madison Coe a 14-year-old Texas girl died after she was electrocuted while trying to use her cell phone read more »

Providing Wheelchair Van Service in 3 Central MS Counties
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JACKSON, Miss. – For many wheelchair users, getting out and about is a major problem. The solution? A transportation service read more »

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