Summer is over and the stress for parents begins. With the first day of school right around the corner, this isn't the easiest time to be a parent. After-school care, picking up school supplies, physicals and doctor's appointments. But, there is something you probably don't think of and it is really, really important!
During the summertime we all get off our schedules including our wellness schedules! With school starting back, it is a great time to do a wellness reset for your entire family. Brady Godfrey is here with us this morning to help us get the school year started off the right way.
With summer coming to an end and school starting back, there is no reason your health should be taking a break! We have Brittany Boggus here to give us some from healthy tips for the school year from Bee Healthy Medical Weight Loss.
On August 26th, there will be a kickoff event for the Greenville Jewish Film Festival. It's a new independent cultural film festival. We have Osnat, Carolina and Helanine here to tell us all about this unique event.
Dr. Connie Casebolt Carver from Wellness by Design joins us today to talk NAD IV Therapy and what it means for people struggling with addiction. Joining her today is Rusty Godfrey and Brittany Godfrey (Rusty's Daughter) to share their story and how this treatment has helped Rusty.
After this hectic summer, it might be time to find a quiet space and discover your next favorite book, movie or album. With Next Five Faves, a personalized advisory service through the Greenville County Library's website, your next favorite musician, author, book, movie or CD is just a few clicks away.
Once a month we get a preview of a special guest on Your Carolina. Today we get to talk with Travis Wharton from The Urban League of The Upstate. He will be appearing on an upcoming episode of Stories of the Upstate and is with us now.
Frequent knee pain affects 25% of adults, and osteoarthritis is the most common cause of knee pain in adults 50 years and older. In recent years, the rate of knee replacements has surged. Rates have increased 8 times in the United States among those 65 years and older. There is an alternative to surgery however, Dr. Jeremy Wilson of Superior Healthcare is here to tell us about a non-surgical treatment for chronic knee pain.
As students across the Upstate prepare to return to school, Broome High School's Student Government Association has once again planned a district wide back to school rally to build excitement for the new school year.
With summer coming to an end and kids heading back to school, life is about to get busier for parents. Don't let a busy schedule stop you from packing a healthy lunchbox for your kids! Registered dietitian, Mia Syn shares how to easily build nutritious and energizing snacks.
A Spartanburg native is about to appear on a Food Network show and defend her honor. That's because the show is called "Worst Cooks in America" and she's one of the competitors. Jennifer Martin has her story.