About six months ago, the COVID-19 vaccine became widely available to everyone 16 years and older. At that time, many expectant mothers had questions about how the vaccine would impact their pregnancy and if it was safe.
May is Stroke Awareness Month. Dr. Anthony Williamson is a neurologist with the Medical Associates of the Lowcountry. He shared some of the signs of a stroke to look out for as well as other valuable information.
Just like working out breaks down your muscles to build them back stronger than before, it seems the pandemic has found a way to make stronger what was already at the core of Custom Fit Training in Savannah.
A new COVID-19 mass vaccination site will open in Chatham County on St. Patrick’s Day, March 17, at Gulfstream Aerospace near the Savannah/Hilton Head International Airport. The goal is to be able to give out nearly 1,100 shots a day.
The Savannah Center for Blind and Low Vision has been helping people adjust to a life in darkness or mild shades of light for more than four decades. Now it needs help to fund the latest piece of its training ground.
While many people are gearing up for a very different Christmas this year, there are still ways to celebrate the holiday safely with loved ones. U.S. Surgeon General Jerome Adams shared some tips and insight on the COVID-19 vaccine.
Many students across our area have either begun classes for the year or are about to do so in the coming days. This year, heading back to school will include lots of changes for children, whether they’re returning to the classroom or not.
While it will look a little bit different for everyone, the school year is starting one way or another. Brian Byers talked to health coach, nutritionist, author and mother Robyn Youkilis about how to help the picky eater in your family eat healthy.