FYI on that UTI
Despite their commonality, there’s a lot of misinformation about UTIs. Jennifer Waters, MSN, APRN, FNP-C breaks down some of the myths and helps set the record straight.
Commit to a Healthy and Happy 2020
A new year brings the promise of fresh starts and new beginnings, as well as an opportunity to commit to a healthier lifestyle. Our experts suggest the following tips for supporting healthy resolutions in 2020.
Turkey Trot Tips
Whether it's your first time or you're a seasoned runner, you can follow our Wayne UNC Health Care Rehabilitation & Therapy team's tips to run your best race.
10 Myths about Diabetes: Know the Facts
Wayne UNC Health Care Diabetes Educator Angie Hill. addresses 10 myths patients commonly have about diabetes
Military Family Month: Finding Support for New Military Families Facing Perinatal Anxiety and Depression
As we observe Military Family Month, Shelby Roberts, Wayne UNC Health Care Women’s Services Community Liaison, describes her experience with PMADs, the pressures and challenges she faced and shares mental health resources for military families.
Smokers and Former Smokers: Screen Often for Healthy Lungs
Smokers between the ages of 55-77 with a tobacco-smoking history are encouraged to get routine screening for lung cancer.
Supporting Parents Who Have Experienced Loss
Observed in October, Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Month is a time to spread awareness of the needs of grieving parents and support them in honoring their babies.
Breast Cancer: Foods for Prevention, Treatment and Recovery
No one food or diet can prevent or cause breast cancer, but your dietary choices can help reduce your risk of developing breast cancer.