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2:06 pm on Friday February 6, 2015
South Carolina is one of the 17 states with measles (MMR) immunization rates below 90 percent for pre-school children, according to an analysis released Wednesday by Trust for America's Health.
10:37 am on Thursday October 16, 2014
South Carolina is telling the public that they're ready, should Ebola come to the state.
10:28 am on Wednesday April 10, 2013
On April 13, DwellSmart will host Food is Medicine for an informative and timely class about foods to help reverse diseases. Discover little-known facts about food and practical and specific advice to reverse and prevent major diseases - all based...
9:41 am on Monday March 11, 2013
A distemper outbreak has decimated the population of raccoons on Folly Beach, and some suspision is falling on warmer weather for making conditions perfect for the virus.
5:42 am on Monday March 11, 2013
Image by Flickr user yeimaya A distemper outbreak has decimated the population of raccoons on Folly Beach, and some suspision is falling on warmer weather for making conditions perfect for the virus.
4:18 am on Monday February 25, 2013
A Bluffton High School senior is loosing his sight to a degenerative disease, but the Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort helped him realize a dream with a personal tour of the air base.
2:50 am on Friday November 2, 2012
Submitted The sickly tree that was removed in April. Earlier this year came the sad word that the City of Beaufort had to remove its Christmas tree. The Leyland cypress tree was diseased and dying at its home in Freedom Park on Bay Street — but now...
10:19 pm on Sunday June 3, 2012
By Gordon Mercer and Marcia Gaines Mercer “The best things in life make you sweaty.” Edgar Allan Poe, 1809-1849 Author and poet, Edgar Allan Poe, was stationed in the U. S. Army at Fort Moultrie on Sullivan’s Island under the name of...
12:37 pm on Wednesday April 25, 2012
The Roper St. Francis Foundation recently received a transformational commitment of $1 million from the Ronald H. Fielding family of Kiawah Island in honor of the late Donna M. Fielding. This generous, philanthropic gift will enable Roper St....
8:21 am on Tuesday April 24, 2012
Food and philanthropy are two things the people in the Lowcountry do well. On April 26, the second yearly Dining Out for Life event is combining these strengths to raise money for the Roper St. Francis (RSF) Ryan White Program — a federally funded...