Bathing Beauty

Take your soak to the next level courtesy of The Contents Co.

Give It A Rest

From disorder diagnosis to sleep hygiene, Bon Secours St. Francis Sleep Center helps patients grab some quality shuteye

Chronically ill, aging and obese find better health, friendship at the gym

When Bill Gressette was in his mid-70s, an autoimmune disease confined him to a hospital bed. He feared he’d never get out of it. But these days, you can find Gressette, 85, in the HealThy Self gym at Bon Secours St. Francis’ Millennium campus.

The Quarterlife Crisis

Yes, it’s a real thing

Diabetics should get yearly eye exams to protect their sight

Although diabetes is the leading cause of new blindness in adults, most conditions can be effectively treated or even prevented with early diagnosis.

The holidays, hand-washing and hygiene

The handling of food and crowded spaces create ample opportunities for the growth of pathogens and the spread of foodborne illnesses.

Fit Moms

They come for the workouts, stay for the friendship

Health Dare hosts black tie tasting event

The black-tie event will feature a fashion runway, current and past clients’ stories, gourmet food tasting and the chance to meet with Health Dare coaches.

Perspective on the importance of Breast Cancer Screening

October is Breast Health Awareness Month

Training the next generation of 10s

Former national gymnastics champion Raven Magwood continues Olympic couple’s legacy

Greenville County Schools unveils food truck, serves first meal

On Thursday, the district invited about 30 students from the Kroc Center day camp to sample a cheeseburger from the window of its latest addition – a food truck. It was a hit.

Scholars and Tiaras

Miss South Carolina contestants from the Upstate help redefine pageantry

Drug court graduation brings both celebration and reflection

On Thursday, June 30, nine individuals graduated from the 13th Circuit Drug Court Program during a ceremony at the Greenville County Courthouse.

Can two-wheelers and four-wheelers get along to keep Greenville moving?

With development continuing to boom in and around downtown, bike advocates say it’s a key time if Greenville is to become home to more non-car commuters