Beaufort Memorial’s Living Well Blog brings health and wellness to Lowcountry living.

Beaufort County Sheriff’s Office names Krystal Brown Security Officer of the Year

Posted by Living Well Team on Mar 23, 2017 10:33:34 AM

One of Beaufort Memorial’s finest—security officer Krystal Brown—was chosen 2016 Security Officer of the Year in recognition of her dedicated and outstanding service to the hospital.

The Beaufort County Sheriff’s Office and Security Directors of South Carolina both presented her with awards at the Security Directors’ breakfast meeting held recently in Palmetto Bluff.  

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Topics: News & Events

Are Your Hormones Playing Havoc?

Posted by Women's Health Team on Mar 21, 2017 9:41:52 AM

Feeling drained and sapped of pep? It could be your hormones playing havoc with your health.

When one of my patients at Beaufort Memorial Obstetrics & Gynecology Specialists complains about feeling fatigued, I’m eager to get to the bottom of what’s making them feel so exhausted.

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Topics: Women’s Health

Should I Call in Sick?

Posted by Living Well Team on Mar 15, 2017 11:08:14 AM

It’s that time of year, when viruses are running rampant and we’re all trying to avoid getting sick. Despite your best efforts to stay healthy, your throat is feeling scratchy and you’ve developed the sniffles. Could you be coming down with a cold or, worse yet, the flu?

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Topics: Wellness

Your Healthy Grocery Shopping Guide

Posted by Living Well Team on Mar 13, 2017 10:40:01 AM

Shopping for groceries while trying to maintain a healthy diet can seem overwhelming. Some choices are good, some are better and others are the best option for fueling your body. You just have to decide what is best for you and your schedule.

 Here are a few easy ways to make the most of your next grocery-shopping excursion.

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Topics: Wellness

Treat Yourself: Health Screenings for Women

Posted by Women's Health Team on Mar 8, 2017 1:37:48 PM

Women tend to be the health care coordinators in their families, and yet sometimes they’re the last ones to get their preventive services done. When you write your list of checkups and doctor appointments for the rest of your family members, make sure you’re on the list as well.

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Topics: Women’s Health