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A new day care center for Alzheimer's disease patients opening soon is a reminder of the high costs associated with caring for someone with dementia... [Read More]
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A projected labor crunch within South Carolina's health care industry could be approaching critical status. [Read More]
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A Charleston doctor and his patients are pushing the state legislature to require insurance companies to cover the cost of cold capping, which allows cancer... [Read More]
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The founder of one of the nation's most expansive ex-gay groups, Hope for Wholeness, expressed doubts Thursday evening about the practices it offers, saying he's... [Read More]
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You're more likely to lack health insurance if you fall into one of these demographic groups. [Read More]
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The Charleston Digital Corridor is moving its offices to a new location downtown as it waits for a brand-new building on the fast-growing upper peninsula. [Read More]
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A debate over the spread of Agent Orange, used as a tactical defoliant by the Americans during the Vietnam War, pits thousands of Navy veterans... [Read More]
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Evacuations are rare, as hospitals prefer to weather in place. Hundreds have been evacuated from hospitals in Myrtle Beach and Georgetown. [Read More]
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Leola Duberry is one of hundreds of centenarians in South Carolina: 659 in 2010, according to a Census Bureau report. Though they make up far... [Read More]
Two years ago, weight-loss surgeons at Roper St. Francis sent all of their patients home with a prescription for an opioid painkiller. This year, they... [Read More]
Even as a Lowcountry native is set to take the top role at Shriners International in the next few years, the global organization has forged... [Read More]
Hospital leaders are considering how best to protect their facilities as mass shootings become more common. [Read More]
A back-to-school rush could be exacerbating a shortage of EpiPens, a lifesaving drug for people with severe allergies. [Read More]
MUSC is embarking on a 10-year partnership with Siemens, an industrial manufacturing giant. A dozen projects are on the drawing board, all of which will... [Read More]
The president of the Medical University of South Carolina on Monday called today's health care system "fractured," "broken," "wasteful" and "duplicative," and he announced a... [Read More]
MUSC is embarking on a 10-year partnership with Siemens, an industrial manufacturing giant. A dozen projects are on the drawing board, all of which will... [Read More]
As e-cigarettes gain in popularity among teenagers, many South Carolina school districts have not updated policies to discourage their use. [Read More]
A multimillion-dollar pool of state money set aside to help struggling hospitals is about to run out, but South Carolina's Medicaid agency's director says he... [Read More]
Partnerships between health care companies and the state's largest employers are becoming more common as employers search for novel ways to make their employees healthier... [Read More]
For the third consecutive year, the number of deaths from opioid overdoses went up in South Carolina. [Read More]
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