Your hearing is like vacation time: if you don’t use it, you lose it! Once any part of your ability to hear slips away, if it is left untreated then there is a chance it is gone forever. Audiologists call this process auditory deprivation.
The holiday season is a great time to reflect on the bounty of our lives. And when it comes to making the warm, fuzzy feeling last as long as possible, giving back to the community is the way to make it happen. The Dorchester County Habitat for Humanity is gearing up for another year of The Angel Tree Program, a special way to ensure neighbors in our area have hope for a home. According to Resource Development and Marketing Director Moriah Hollander, donations to Dorchester Habitat throughout this holiday season are a gift that keeps on giving.
Are you experiencing night sweats, hot flashes, increased anxiety or irritability? These may be signs of menopause—the natural biological process in which the menstrual cycle stops.
Every year we’re faced with the challenge of the holiday and winter season: the dreaded extra pounds we are liable to pack on with an extra cookie here and an extra holiday drink there. If you are trying not to gain weight through the holidays or just trying to maintain a healthy balance, consider these tips.
The holidays are a time of joy and celebration, of gratitude and introspection. They are also a time when the pain of losing loved ones intensifies. During the holidays, it is important for families to find a way to honor and remember their family members and close friends who have passed away, according to Parks Funeral Home in Summerville.