Author: Elizabeth Timms
Posts by Elizabeth Timms
Derek Bauer, MD, is a neurologist treating patients with epilepsy and tuberous sclerosis. Living with the rare disease that he treats, tuberous sclerosis, was the main drive to become a doctor and help others.
It's time to start thinking about the new school year. Here's some things to remember as you start getting everyone ready for early mornings and days full of learning.
If your child plays sports through their school or a community league, now is the time to schedule a sports physical if you haven’t done so already.
A lovely family vacation can turn ugly quick but not from a shark attack. You have a better chance of winning the lottery or getting into Harvard than getting killed by a shark. We have a greater chance of dying every year by things around the house, going to work or just being outside.
With limited free time during our day, these daily activity trackers have become more popular with people of all ages and fitness levels. Is it worth the hype or just adding more to your daily to-do list?
If you're looking for a fitness routine but need to go easy on your joints, look no further than your local pool and these five joint-friendly exercises.
Tired of the gym? If so, why not put on some music and enjoy the health benefits of dancing? It's a great way to improve your physical and mental health.
If you can’t imagine life without chocolate, learn the facts to see how to fit it into your diet. Just as with any food, there’s always room for an occasional indulgence.
Nearly 50% of all fireworks victims are adults, but about 25% are under 15 years old. You may think they’re relatively safe, but they burn at very high temperatures around 2,000 degrees.
Peter Hallowell, MD, is a UVA bariatric & general surgeon treating patients who need help to lose weight. He’s also the director of the bariatric surgery program and co-director of our minimally invasive surgery fellowship.