Wayne UNC Health Talk Blog
Autism Spectrum Disorder: What You Need to Know
Autism is a condition that people talk about a lot but is often misunderstood. Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) refers to this group of developmental disorders that can cause social, communication and behavioral challenges.
10 Silent Symptoms of Diabetes
More than 30 million Americans have diabetes, including 7.3 million that are undiagnosed. Diabetes has plenty of early signs. Here are 10 subtle signs of diabetes.
7 Ways to Prepare for Surgery
If you’re going to have surgery in the near future, it’s important to spend some time preparing. Planning ahead can help ensure you have a successful operation and heal faster.
What You Eat Can Affect Your Risk of Cancer
It’s no secret that the food we eat has a big impact on our health. Research suggests that certain foods can increase—or decrease—a person’s risk of getting certain diseases, including cancer.
8 Signs Your Child May Have Type 1 Diabetes
About 200,000 children in the United States have type 1 diabetes, an autoimmune disease that occurs when a person’s pancreas stops producing insulin, the hormone that controls blood-sugar levels.
Recipe: Homemade Fig Bars
Four Things to Consider When Finding a Health Care Provider
Whether you’ve recently moved or just need a change in your health care, finding the right primary care provider is important. Here’s what to consider when choosing a provider to treat you and your family.
6 Ways to Help Spring Allergies
Seasonal allergies can make you miserable. But with proper preparation you can enjoy the great outdoors. Here are six strategies to use when battling seasonal allergies.
How to Make the Most of Your Virtual Appointment
Virtual care visits can be an important tool for maintaining and improving health, especially right now. Try these five tips to make the most of your time.
Curved Compression Improves Mammogram Experience
Wayne UNC Health Care has introduced a curved compression system for patients receiving mammograms, offering enhanced comfort and accuracy.