Author: Amy Sarah Marshall
Posts by Amy Sarah Marshall
Alex Trebek's chances with stage 4 pancreatic cancer aren't good. But UVA has hope in the form of precision medicine & early detection. Todd Bauer, MD, explains.
Our society views women as hormonal creatures, but hormones affect men just as much. Find out the symptoms and health issues low testosterone can cause and what you can do about it.
Pulmonary fibrosis, or lung scarring, has no cure and not always a clear cause. Two pulmonologists explain this mysterious disease & why they treat it.
Too busy to workout at the gym? Take your kids to the park and try a playground workout. You'll have fun while you get fit, and your kids will benefit from the example you set. Try these 3 exercise moves to get started.
Help your child learn to handle bullying. Have that important conversation about what bullying looks and feels like, and then help your child develop a strategy to deal with it. These 5 things can help you get the conversation started.
Can an apple a day keep the doctor away? Possibly! Learn about the health benefits of apples, how they can prevent disease in surprising ways.
You may be excited to get out and go running now that the weather is cooler, only to discover that higher pollen and mold counts make outdoor exercise unbearable. Don't let allergies interrupt your morning jog with these helpful, easy tips.
Helping a sleepless tween figure out to manage stress, anxiety, and insomnia isn't easy. So I took my kid to see Dr. Way, who gave her a yoga prescription. My daughter learned to meditate, stretch, and take care of her worried thoughts. And now we're both less stressed. This is a story every parent should read.
Helping your child focus on a single sport may seem like the best way to encourage athletic success. But studies show several risks to single-sport specialization that may not seem obvious.
Runners from around the world come to Charlottesville, VA for a high-tech, 3D running analysis. Find out how we help even injured runners get back on track.