Like most successful ventures in life, good health is an accumulation of good habits. Over the years, it’s easy for us to slide into bad habits because of busy schedules or other distractions.
More than 193,000 adults and children were treated in U.S. hospital emergency rooms for eye injuries sustained within the home last year, Prevent Blindness Georgia says.
Stakeholders can learn how to get involved in the fight against child sex trafficking at an informational community training session on Oct. 17 at Avondale Pattillo United Methodist Church in Decatur.
DeKalb residents can dispose of household hazardous waste, including old paint and batteries, on Oct. 17 at the Central Transfer Station in Decatur.
Emory University School of Medicine has been awarded a three-year, $2.2 million grant from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to prevent the spread of infectious diseases in hospitals, including Ebola, making Emory a new member of its Prevention ...
Toiletries and hats and gloves are needed for Healing Stream Ministries’ fourth annual Healing the Homeless Drive.
Victims and survivors of domestic abuse will be remembered and honored at local events throughout October, National Domestic Violence Awareness Month.
Patients being treated at the DeKalb Medical Cancer Center will benefit from the DeKalb Chamber of Commerce’s supply drive that takes place during October, National Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
Hundreds of DeKalb residents got to chat one on one with DeKalb Medical doctors, listen to talks about common health issues, dance the Nae-Nae and the Cupid Shuffle, and snack on free fish tacos and chicken sliders on Sept. 19 ...
Kale will be trending big time on social media on Oct. 7, National Kale Day, as bloggers and foodies tout the health benefits of the powerhouse greens.
Residents who want to raise awareness, pay tribute to victims, champion survivors and celebrate healthy living can participate in the District 7 Breast Cancer Awareness Walk and Health/Wellness and Job Fair on Oct. 3.
Stakeholders can help raise awareness about mental and substance abuse disorders at Celebrating Recovery in DeKalb County on Sept. 29 at the DeKalb Addiction Clinic in Decatur.
Most U.S. middle and high schools are starting the school day too early, posing risks to students’ health, safety and academic success, the CDC says.
Register now for free low-impact exercise and yoga classes that begin Oct. 5 at Kaiser Permanente’s Panola Medical Center in Lithonia.
Residents who want to raise awareness, pay tribute to victims, champion survivors and celebrate healthy living can participate in the District 7 Breast Cancer Awareness Walk and Health/Wellness and Job Fair on Oct. 3 in Decatur.