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A bowl of vegetarian chili

What We’re Eating

January 15, 2020

If you are looking for a meatless soup that still packs a protein punch (thus keeping you fuller for longer), this Meatless Black Bean Chili is for you!.

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What is an Athletic Trainer?

January 15, 2020

What is the difference between a personal trainer, an athletic trainer, an emergency responder, and a physical therapist?

Hand holding a sparkler

Creating New Habits

January 14, 2020

Whether you’re goal is to lose weight, be more organized, or learn a new skill, give these steps from the experts a try.

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Coping With Injury

January 08, 2020

How an athlete chooses to cope with injuries can affect how long they remain out of competition.

Chicken Burrito Bowl

What We’re Eating

December 30, 2019

We love this easy Chicken Burrito Bowl that is packed with protein and produce to help you feel fuller for longer.

A telehealth computer setup.

Center of Excellence

December 26, 2019

At the MUSC, as our telehealth service portfolio expanded, we began experiencing a variety of growing pains related to increasing demand.

Cocoa dusted almonds

Eat This, Not That

December 26, 2019

There really is no better combination than chocolate and nuts – the perfect blend of savory and sweet! However, chocolate covered nuts pack in the added sugar.

Dr. George McGrath, left, and Dr. Jeffrey Blice

Provider Service Update

December 23, 2019

Dr. George Magrath and Dr. Jeffery Blice received a Duke Endowment grant to setup a store-and-forward Diabetic Retinopathy service in SC.

Bariatric Support Group

Support Groups

December 20, 2019

We asked attendees why they valued support group in order to provide us with more insight regarding what patients want and need out of group.

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What is Corrective Exercise?

December 18, 2019

The process of identifying a neuromuscular skeletal issue, developing a plan of action, & implementing a corrective strategy is called corrective exercise.

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