Author: Kelly Casey
Posts by Kelly Casey
Most of us don't want to think about whether we'll get cancer, but it's an important discussion to have with your provider. Inherited gene mutations cause many breast, ovarian and endometrial cancers.
After retiring from coaching, Debbie Ryan is using her unrelenting drive to fight pancreatic cancer and improve healthcare. Read her story and get tips about probiotics, high-intensity interval training & more in our family health magazine.
Looking for fresh heart-healthy diet and exercise tips? We’re excited to share some of our favorites, which our family health magazine readers submitted.
Each year, almost 260,000 lives are lost to sepsis. Only heart disease and cancer cause more deaths in the U.S. Learn who’s most at risk and how to spot this serious, but little known, illness.
Karen Ramsey passed away on April 30, but as she wished, we’re sharing her story to spread awareness of VHL, a rare genetic condition. Read about Karen and get health tips in our latest family health magazine.
Dedicated to women, the Summer Vim & Vigor, our family health magazine, has you covered for warmer, healthier days ahead. Here’s a glimpse of what you’ll find inside.
This Monday will bring a rare, must-see event: The moon will momentarily block the sun from our view. Don’t be in the dark about how to experience a solar eclipse safely.
An important first step in preparing for having a baby is choosing someone to help deliver your baby. Learn more about all of the resources at UVA that are available to help you through pregnancy and delivery.
By their preteen and teen years, girls and boys grow out of a lot of things—baby dolls and toy trains are likely stored away. But one thing they don’t outgrow is vaccinations. Learn about the vaccines that are recommended for preteens and teens.
This is the second story in a two-part series about genetic heart rhythm disorders. Yesterday, we told you about how genetic testing gave a family answers after a tragedy.
Adrian Chance, 40, has always been the picture of health. He’s…