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Learning How to Cope with a Breast Cancer Diagnosis

Many women go in for their regularly scheduled mammogram as another part of their day and come out with a shocking new reality –...

Olivia Spears Named Tennessee Department of Health Assistant Commissioner For Legislative Affairs

Olivia Spears, Esq., has been appointed assistant commissioner for legislative affairs for the Tennessee Department of Health. Spears will direct and oversee the department’s...

Celebrity Breast Cancer Survivors Show They are Just Like Us

Breast cancer can affect any woman, from your local hairdresser to a popular celebrity. There are many household names that have gone through or...

CDC Reports COVID Community Levels Across Middle Tennessee Are ‘Low’

The CDC provides a tool called COVID-19 Community Levels. This tool helps communities decide what prevention steps to take based on the latest data....

Tennessee’s Annual Pink & Pearl Campaign Backs Early Detection As The Best Protection Against Breast and Lung Cancer

The Tennessee Department of Health is promoting breast and lung cancer awareness in November with the annual Pink & Pearl Campaign. “Now is a good...

6 Reasons to Choose Online Therapy

Alternatives to Traditional Mental Health Resources Online therapy has emerged as an important alternative to traditional and in-person therapy. Online therapy has recently emerged as...

Pretty in Pink Owner and Founder, Pam Ludwig, Talks About Why She Started the Business and Why It’s Important to the Community

From Pretty in Pink Boutique Pam Ludwig is the founder and owner of Pretty in Pink Boutique. The business was started in April 2004 to...

Dr. Rebecca Baskin, Breast Surgeon and Survivor, Shares Her Professional and Personal Story

Dr. Rebecca Baskin is a breast surgeon at Williamson Medical Center and is a breast cancer survivor herself. In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness...

Reminder: Health Coverage Open Enrollment Begins November 1, 2022

The Tennessee Department of Commerce & Insurance (“TDCI”) reminds Tennesseans to review and update their health insurance coverage on the Federally Facilitated Marketplace (“FFM”)...

Tips on Trick-or-Treating Safely This Halloween

By Jasmine Terrell, DNP, APRN, CPNP-PC Happy Halloween! As children get excited to don their costumes and trick-or-treat for candy, remember these important health and...