Besides treating colorectal cancers, Friel is also a vocal advocate for colorectal cancer screening. Read about what makes him passionate enough to dress up as "Paulie Polyp."
Evelyn Walton's first signs of heart failure were noticed immediately. Her tough spirit, combined with UVA's expert care team, led to a remarkable recovery.
Plant-based burgers and meat are still one of the top trending food items. But, is eating plant-based burgers instead of the real thing really good for you? Registered dietician Katherine Basbaum gives some insight.
Terry Tigner knew she needed to lose weight, but weight loss surgery wasn't part of her plan. Her friend Angela Taylor and the UVA bariatrics team provided the support and encouragement needed to take the first step.
The nursing career paths of five Filipino women lead them to UVA hospital. Charito Seguerra, RN, BSN, remembers her first visit to UVA. "We sat in the lobby for two hours, just to get a feel and observe. And I saw the diversity of a lot of people of different cultures.”
"You don't know how strong you are until you have to be," reflects Stephanie Nuckols on her baby Blaze's hearing loss and cochlear implants. For Stephanie, learning that Blaze was born without the ability to hear meant she had to make some difficult decisions about his life.
In 2008, Matt Miller swerved on an uphill bike climb in the Blue Ridge Mountains. As he veered left, he met head-on with a Porsche traveling downhill at 40 mph. In an instant, the trauma would change his life forever.
Need a reason to quit smoking? Smoking is the leading cause of preventable death. Here are seven health benefits you'll enjoy.
For those who prefer to try lowering cholesterol naturally, there are alternatives to statins that have proven effective.
When it comes to morning beverages of choice — tea vs. coffee — it’s not uncommon for people to pick sides. But research has shown that coffee and tea have a variety of health benefits.