Joseph Strickland, a medical courier with Indiana Regional Medical Center, became concerned about a painful blister between his toes that was causing him some significant pain. As a courier, Strickland walks many miles per day, and the pain from the blister was hindering his work.
Traversing the twists and turns of the waterslide, perfecting your form on the diving board, and testing your cunning at a game of Marco Polo. These are just a few of the ways to steer clear of boredom and ensure a fun day at the pool.
Indiana Regional Medical Center has served the people of Indiana County for well over a century, dedicating its resources to operating the best health care system in the community. Backed by innovation in technology and personnel, IRMC continues to make strides in maintaining the health and …
President Trump and White House press secretary Stephanie Grisham initially billed Trump's visit as the first part of the President's annual physical. But two days later, the President's doctor described the hospital visit differently.
17-year-old Alexander vaped every day for more than a year when his lungs were filled with a white cotton-like substance and he almost died. The number of vaping-related injuries has climbed to more than 2,000 cases in the US, concerning doctors who are trying to pinpoint the exact cause.
Members of the public who are age 45 and up will be able to receive a free memory screening at Hattiesburg Clinic Memory Center on Thursday, Nov. 21, on the sixth floor of the clinic’s main facility at 415 S. 28th Ave. in Hattiesburg.
On Saturday, November 23, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. during Shop Petal First, the Petal office of IntegritySouth Real Estate will be hosting its 2nd Annual Blood Drive. All donors will be entered to win a $1000 gift card courtesy of Vitalant.
State and local healthcare officials joined the William Carey University College of Osteopathic Medicine on Oct. 11 for the 2019 Vaping Summit. The event was co-sponsored by the WCUCOM, Mississippi Osteopathic Medical Association and Mississippi State Medical Association.
Denice Burnett thought somebody must have made a mistake. She had gone to the doctor for a routine mammogram and the nurse called her to say it had to be redone.