• pumpkin soup

    It’s that time of year — we’re carving pumpkins for our Halloween festivities. Did you know Irish immigrants brought the pumpkin-carving tradition to America? Using pumpkins as lanterns is based on an ancient Celtic custom. So once you’ve carved your pumpkin, what do you do with the stuff inside? The seeds can be roasted for a snack, and Read more...

  • kid getting flu vaccine

    Flu season is here. Think it’s just something you have to suffer through each winter? Think again. Each year, an average of 200,000 people in the U.S. are hospitalized for flu-related complications, and 3,000 to 49,000 die from flu-related causes. However, a simple vaccination can protect you from getting and spreading the flu. “The best Read more...

  • Laurel Dortch

    2005 was a blessed year for 15-year-old Laurel Dortch as she received news from her doctors that she was cancer-free. After three surgeries, 14 chemotherapy treatments and 25 radiation treatments, Laurel and her family credit God for giving them faith and strength to get through those gray days. Laurel was just 5 years old when she was Read more...

  • Dr. Leslie Appiah, oncofertility specialist

    It’s hard to imagine the difficulty of dealing with a cancer diagnosis. Add to that the worry that the cancer treatment you must receive to save your life may also take away your ability to have children. A new physician with Norton Cancer Institute works to address this concern from Read more...

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