Is It a Stroke? Check These Signs and B.E. F.A.S.T.
When it comes to having a stroke, acting fast can help save your life. Check out the infographic below and learn how to recognize signs and symptoms so if stroke strikes, you're ready.
What Have You Done for You Lately?
Between family, work and life responsibilities, it can be hard to find time to take care of yourself. But it is not selfish to love yourself, to take care of yourself and to make your happiness a priority. During this talk, Carolyn Harraway-Smith, MD, shares helpful tips for finding a physician, seeing that physician — and ultimately taking care of you.
The Social Determinants and Disparities of Health
In this month’s episode, we talk about ways good health extends beyond the walls of hospitals and medical offices. Ricardo Davis, Senior Patient Experience Manager, discusses how disparities in healthcare arise and what Cone Health is doing to improve the health of communities that need it most. Listen as the panel shares examples of system changes that are being implemented to combat these disparities.
Do You Know the Signs and Symptoms of a Stroke? B.E. F.A.S.T.!
Every second counts when it comes to getting emergency stroke care. Learn the signs and symptoms of stroke by remembering B.E. F.A.S.T.!
'I Could Breathe Easier'
A cancer patient at Annie Penn Hospital in Reidsville gets the financial, medical and emotional support he needs from Cone Health.
Improving Employee Self-Care and Mental Health
While workers have struggled more during the pandemic, they have also become more resilient and adapted to new ways of working and living. Research studies find employers encouraging self-care can improve employee mental health, job satisfaction and productivity.
Start Your Wellness Journey: 6 Ways Primary Care Helps You Be Well
What exactly is primary care? Do you really need it? Get answers to 6 common questions about primary care and learn how it helps you on your journey toward well-being.
5 Tips for Eating Out | Nutrition Bites With Kate Watts
In this episode of Nutrition Bites, Kate Watts, MS, RDN, LDN, CDCES, registered dietitian nutritionist, shares 5 tips for making healthier choices when eating out.
Suffering From Spring Allergies? Here's What You Should Know
Suffering from spring allergies? Joel Gallagher, MD, explains what you should know about treating and preventing allergy symptoms in this 2 Your Well-Being discussion with WFMY News 2.
Exercise During Cancer: Benefits & Workout Options
If you are going through cancer treatments or just finished them up, it’s normal to feel like therapy sapped your strength. The good news is exercise can help you maintain or rebuild your stamina.