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October 14, 2016

Nurses are, many times, the front line of most medical facilities. Their responsibilities require proper skills to face some of the most unexpected challenges. Sadly, caring for their patients' health and safety can leave many nurses at risk for many work related injuries. 


Recent studies show an increase of on-the-job injuries among nurses. 

• According to the Centers for... Read More

October 11, 2016

Most people communicate via text messaging more than ever before, though little is known on the neurological effects of smartphone use. To find out more about how our brains work during textual communication using smartphones, a team led by Mayo Clinic researcher William Tatum studied data... Read More

October 05, 2016

Due to Hurricane Matthew, our office will be closing on Today at noon. We will remain closed through Friday and we plan to reopen on Monday morning.

Our phone lines will remain open 24/7 at: 843-572-0700.

We pray that all of our families stay safe this weekend. Make sure you have a safety plan and prepare an emergency kit, just in case. Our blog lists the must-have items to... Read More

October 04, 2016
Hurricane Matthew is a deadly Category Four Hurricane that could affect parts of South Carolina this weekend. Make sure you have a safety plan and prepare an emergency kit, just in case.

It is important to keep enough supplies in your home to meet the needs of your family for at least three days. Assemble a Family Emergency Kit with items you may need in an emergency or evacuation.... Read More

October 03, 2016

When a loved one is diagnosed with cancer, it takes a toll on more than just their bodies. This disease affects the patient and their families, both emotionally and financially.

Sometimes, treatment-related costs can be substantial, including cost of chemotherapy, radiation and surgery, as well as home health care and travel to treatment. In most instances, family members need time off... Read More

October 03, 2016

Fall festivities like Halloween are fun activities for kids, who dress up in costumes, enjoy parties, and sweet treats. With all the fall festivities, there are many opportunities to hand out healthy snacks, increase physical activities, and practice safety.

Check out these tips to help make the celebrations fun and safe for trick-or-treaters and party guests.

Walk Safely

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October 03, 2016

Why donate to the American Cancer Society?

One in every two women diagnosed with breast cancer reaches out the American Cancer Society for help and support. They provide free information and services when and where people need it. Regardless of what time of day, they are there to assist and comfort families in need. That is why we aim to support and give to organizations that fund such... Read More

September 30, 2016
Being in a car wreck can cause a lot of stress to those involved. With the appropriate guidance and knowledge, many minor car wrecks can be resolved without challenges and without all the stress. If the injuries are serious, further actions are needed to resolve, but it can still be done in a way that ensures that you’re properly taken care of. This article is intended to provide you with the... Read More
September 30, 2016

Take our quiz to see if you have the know-how to handle driving in stormy weather.

September 28, 2016

Recent studies found that high school students are twice more likely to sustain a concussion than college players while playing football. The study, which was sponsored by the NFL and led by the Institute of Medicine, found that in most cases, concussion symptoms disappeared within a couple weeks, but in other cases, the symptoms lasted weeks, months, and even years.

Based on the study... Read More