What to Ask Your DERMATOLOGIST

With skin routines becoming more popular now than ever, it is important to keep up with the state of your skin to ensure maximum benefits. Remember, everything doesn’t work for everyone. That’s why it is recommended to visit your dermatologist at least once a year. Here’s five questions you need to ask to get the most out of your next appointment. 1) Will this beauty … Continue reading What to Ask Your DERMATOLOGIST

A Fighter to the End

Debbie Durham was known around the Moultrie community as a loving mother and wife. According to those who were lucky enough to be around her, she could “sing like an angel.” In fact, Debbie and David “Bull” Durham met almost 30 years ago when he was the minister of music for a local church and needed a piano player for an upcoming revival. She was … Continue reading A Fighter to the End

Miracle Child

To see Maebry Harrell running around, playing and enjoying life like any other two year old child today, you would never know that the daughter of Larry and Denise Harrell went through open heart surgery before her 1st birthday. Thankfully, that’s just the image that Maebry’s parents hope others see when they meet Maebry as she continues to grow and heal from her earlier issues. … Continue reading Miracle Child

Alzheimer’s: Progressive Stages and Homecare

Alzheimer’s is a progressive disease that impairs the memory and other crucial mental functions. In the U.S., 5.5 million people are estimated to have the disease; 5.3 million of those are 65 and older, according to statistics from Alzheimer’s News Today. Common symptoms include memory loss and confusion. While no cure for this debilitative disease exists, some medications and management strategies may offer improvement in … Continue reading Alzheimer’s: Progressive Stages and Homecare