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Various herbs in pots

Start Your Own Herb Garden

April 15, 2021

Use fresh herbs to season your food. A little sprinkle of fresh herbs on your food can make your food taste just as good even without the salt!

Michelle and Thomas before and after bariatric surgery

Meet Michelle and Thomas

April 14, 2021

Michelle and Thomas are married and had weight loss surgery with Dr. Byrne through the MUSC Metabolic & Bariatric Surgery Program on the same day in 2020.

Sgt. Wheeler Samuel Small

Sergeant Wheeler Small Jr.

April 12, 2021

"One of the most important things I can tell someone is, first talk to your doctor and get tested! Know what is really going on with you."

The family of Kimmy Curry

Tongue Cancer: Kimmy's Story

April 12, 2021

During a routine dental appointment, the dental hygienist performed an oral cancer screening and discovered a sore on Curry’s tongue.

Dr. Tucker price talks cancer screenings with primary care patient in Charleston SC

Screenings Save Lives

April 09, 2021

During the COVID pandemic, it is estimated that 41% of United States adults have delayed or avoided medical care.

Living donor Mary Catherine Dubois

Becoming a Living Donor

April 08, 2021

James Island resident Mary Catherine Dubois has known for over a decade that she wanted to become a living donor.

JP Riley

Bone Marrow Transplant

April 05, 2021

The day JP Reilly went into the hospital is the day the hospital changed procedures because of coronavirus, no longer allowing visitors to accompany patients.

Man holding his hands out.

Mindfulness

April 01, 2021

Dr. Rebeca Castellanos, a Behavioral Medicine Postdoctoral Fellow, discusses stress, emotional eating, and mindfulness.

Patient speaking with her primary care doctor

Questions To Ask Your Doctor

April 01, 2021

Regular health care check-ups with your primary care provider are essential to keeping your care current.

Overhead view of center field on a soccer field with players around a soccer ball about to play.

Psychosocial & Athletic Injury

April 01, 2021

Athletic participation presents an inherent risk of injury and many times, has an effect on various aspects of a patient’s life in addition to the physical.

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