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Spreading Empowerment Through Girls on the Run

Sarah Hutchinson, 30, of Valdosta, Georgia, devotes herself to health care and recognizes the impact it has on others, especially young women. Alongside her work at the Hughston Clinic, Hutchinson also has a passion for fitness and helping her husband, Taylor, with Girls on the Run. Girls on the Run helps young women realize that they can take charge of their futures and provides opportunities … Continue reading Spreading Empowerment Through Girls on the Run

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Aerial Adventures

Erika Bennett has never been one to back down from new and at times challenging experiences. So, when she made a trip down to Tampa, Florida, to visit her family, one of her family members invited her to try aerial yoga for the first time. Though she did not have previous experience with any kind of yoga, Bennett figured that it would still be a … Continue reading Aerial Adventures

Questions to Ask Your Cardiologist

According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, heart disease is the leading cause of death for men, women and most racial groups in the United States. One person dies from it every 37 seconds, and one in every four Americans will die from it. The sad yet hopeful part? It is largely preventable. It is imperative to be proactive about your cardiovascular health. … Continue reading Questions to Ask Your Cardiologist

Urology Team Brings State-of-the-Art Technology to Southwest Georgia

Dr. Emerson E. Harrison, Sterling Physician Group Urologist, has nearly 35 years of experience in urologic surgery. After practicing in the Atlanta area, Harrison was looking to make a change to improve his work-life balance. When Harrison learned of the rural, teaching hospital in Moultrie, Georgia, he decided to move south to Colquitt Regional. A North Carolina native, Harrison received his medical degree from the … Continue reading Urology Team Brings State-of-the-Art Technology to Southwest Georgia

Improve Your Kidney Health

Your kidney health is just as important as your heart. The kidneys’ function is to filter waste and excess water out of your blood, as well as regulate your blood pressure and vitamin D metabolism for your bone health. When someone develops kidney disease, the waste in their body will fill up due to the lack of filtration. This will lead to unsightly and painful … Continue reading Improve Your Kidney Health

Stir-Fry Meal

Ingredients: 2 tablespoons cooking oil2 medium chicken breast, cut in bite size pieces1 ten-ounce package frozen stir fry vegetables½ tablespoon low sodium soy sauce2 cups cooked rice Directions: Heat oil in 9-10″ skillet on high. Add chicken, and sauté. Stir in vegetables. Add soy sauce and stir well. Reduce heat to medium high and cook uncovered for 3-5 minutes, or until done,stirring frequently. Serve over … Continue reading Stir-Fry Meal