Name That Headache

Headaches can range from minor midday annoyances to debilitating, all-day affairs. And no two headaches are ever exactly the same. Some are dull, throbbing, and slow to come on, while others are sharp, shooting, and occur suddenly. Being able to accurately describe the quality of your headache pain, as well as the location, intensity, frequency, and duration, goes a long way toward helping figure out … Continue reading Name That Headache

It Takes a Village: Legacy Senior Living Provides Care for Residents With 3 South Georgia Locations

Legacy Senior Living offers more than just independent and assisted living facilities; it also strives to serve seniors and their loved ones with honor, respect, faith, and integrity. To do this, Legacy recognizes the variety of interests, abilities, and needs of each individual resident. Legacy has facilities in multiple states, with three locations in the South Georgia area: Tifton, Moultrie, and Thomasville. While all three … Continue reading It Takes a Village: Legacy Senior Living Provides Care for Residents With 3 South Georgia Locations

Love Yourself Out Loud

The Importance of Healthy Body Image in Childhood Did you know that children as young as 5-6 can develop a distorted view of their bodies? In later years, teens with negative self-image are more likely to develop mental health issues like depression and anxiety. Young children and teens with distorted perceptions about their body are likely to engage in unsafe weight-loss behavior. They’re also likely … Continue reading Love Yourself Out Loud

Making the World More Accessible

Suddenly becoming paralyzed requires a strong will to adapt to new limitations. Not only is the body immobilized, but patients must learn how to perform everyday task differently. Wheelchairs, for instance, are meant to provide more mobility, but it’s often still not enough to go back to life as it was before. Ben Huntzinger, 33, of Cairo, Georgia, is a T4 paraplegic who knows all … Continue reading Making the World More Accessible

Cyclical Depression and Barriers to Treatment

For many, depression feels like a constant sadness, gnawing away at fleeting moments of happiness in life, an ever-present melancholy always there in the background. Depression, however, doesn’t necessarily present in such a predictable way in every person. For some, depression manifests in cycles. The waves of sadness come and go on repeat, sometimes in noticeable patterns, other times in random bursts. For those with … Continue reading Cyclical Depression and Barriers to Treatment