Author: Megan Rowe
Posts by Megan Rowe
Everyone is curious about the entire UVA hospital expansion project. What does the emergency room interior look like? How different will it be for patients? Here’s everything you need to know.
You probably know someone who’s had Lyme disease. But every year, Virginia residents are diagnosed with two other tick-borne illnesses: Rocky Mountain spotted fever and ehrlichiosis.
Although providers can reverse and stop a stroke with various therapies, it remains the number one reason why adults go into nursing homes. You can't do something about every risk factor, but here are five within your control.
Is sugar really so unhealthy? Are less-processed alternatives to white sugar, like agave and honey, healthier? Or tastier? We'll answer these questions in this new series.
In Virginia, opioid deaths have increased substantially since 1999, according to the National Institute on Drug Abuse. How can we prevent more tragedies?
Watch this video to figure out why UVA OB-GYN JoAnn Pinkerton says hormone replacement therapy (HRT) is the "gold standard" for severe menopause symptoms.
During a typical call, Andre Berkin draws on his extensive toxicology knowledge to help both the general public and healthcare providers with poisoning situations.
Fall is filled with events of all distances, as walkers and runners alike enjoy moderate temperatures, beautiful scenery and the camaraderie of others who share similar fitness interests. Get tips for your first 5K.
At 61, Chris Payne was in good health and had no family history of breast cancer, but she discovered she had two stage 1 tumors. She's made it her mission to encourage screening.
The CDC lists motor vehicle crashes as the leading cause of death for U.S. teens, and distracted driving is a major factor. In this class, teens & parents will hear from crash survivors and sign a driving contract.