Women go through two major hormonal changes in life: puberty and menopause. Both changes are important times to talk to someone to help navigate the ins and outs of a…
As the third most diagnosed cancer in the United States, colon cancer is increasingly a cancer affecting younger Americans, with 12% of diagnosed colon cancers occurring in patients under 50…
The pandemic keeping people away from their annual well visits has caused a rise in late-stage cancer diagnoses for conditions like breast cancer.
Taking charge of your health by developing sustainable habits like regular exercise, eating a balanced diet and getting sufficient rest helps keep blood pressure within normal ranges.
It is never too late to adopt heart-healthy practices, even after age 65 when risk of high blood pressure and heart failure increase.
It’s important to get regular exercise no matter your age. Follow these tips to exercise safely after age 65.
A vaccine for respiratory virus RSV doesn’t exist. At least not yet. But research at Charlotte’s Tryon Medical Partners hopes to change that.
With many symptoms of COVID-19, flu, cold and allergies overlapping, it can be hard to know what to do when you’re feeling sick. Tryon doctors weigh-in, including information about testing.
While we cope with unprecedented stressors during the pandemic, we asked the physicians of Tryon Medical Partners what they do to manage stress in their own lives.
Physicians share answers to some of the most frequently asked questions about the COVID-19 Omicron variant.