Julie Yater loves to keep moving. She and her family scuba dive; she runs and plays tennis. It’s safe to say the 49-year-old teacher, cheerleading coach and mother of two leads an active, busy life.
A family history of breast cancer solidified one woman's priority to get regular mammograms, even in a pandemic -- and it may have saved her life.
Ask Renee Jones this question and you will get a very personal answer: “Because it could save your life. A 3D mammogram caught my breast cancer early so I could begin treatment quickly and have
It was two o’clock in the morning on August 30, 2019, when Janie Sullivan woke with pain in her belly. She repeatedly dismissed the discomfort as gas. But when it wouldn’t go away, Janie decided
Prediabetes is a precursor to full-blown diabetes — a warning sign that something needs to change. At this early stage, a few simple lifestyle adjustments may help turn the tide and keep a dangerous disease
Randy Pierce thought he was in good health. Not only did he work out three times a week, but he also ran the stairs at the local high school football stadium regularly. So he was surprised
When retired maintenance mechanic Jessie Hunt noticed his knee beginning to swell more than five years ago, he was told a shot was the best option. That idea didn’t appeal to him, so he made
Dr. Paul Heikkinen, a chiropractor, knows all about treating pain. He has dedicated his career to offering patients therapy and information to help them live active, healthy lifestyles without the nagging aches and pains that
Alyssa Rodriguez has been dancing most of her life. Some of her fondest childhood memories were inside a dance studio. She had her first major injury at the age of 13 with a torn meniscus.
Claire Godwin is grateful for the opportunity to serve people. Using talents as a pianist, vocalist, and missionary, she enjoys an active life full of travel, meeting like-minded volunteers, and helping people. Godwin and her