A nationwide formula shortage is impacting parents, and Prisma Health says calls come everyday concerning the constant need.
Columbia firefighters are pulling more than their weight for the Fire Truck Pull event to help kids with cancer. It starts tomorrow at 10 a.m. on Lady Street, and teams will compete to see who can pull their toy fire truck the fastest.
Prisma Health Midlands agreed to pay a $1 million settlement resolving alleged violations of the Controlled Substance Act.
COLUMBIA, S.C. (WOLO) – Don’t wait until this weekend to prepare for daylight saving time. Prisma Health suggests starting now will help your body transition smoothly. Time will soon spring forward and we’ll be losing an hour of sleep between Saturday and Sunday. Dr. Antoinette Rutherford with c says daylight saving disrupts the body’s natural rhythm causing grogginess and irritability….
Eight new homes across six counties will soon be ready for several South Carolina families.
Prisma Health is encouraging all parents and children to build healthy dental habits in awareness of Children’s Dental Health Month.
COLUMBIA, S.C. (WOLO) – Local doctors are discussing the impact of COVID-19 pandemic on mental health in the community. A group of Prisma Health psychiatrists are sharing the symptoms and possible solutions for those struggling with their mental health. According to Prisma Health, adults, children, and the elderly have seen an uptick in mental health needs due to the pandemic….
COLUMBIA, S.C. (WOLO) – Racism and inequalities can be seen throughout black history and while there has been progress, discrimination is still present today. When it comes to health care doctors say many African Americans are reluctant to seek medical care due to distrust that comes from a history of inequitable medical treatment. Doctor Damon Daniels with Wellspring Family Medicine…
Health officials in the Midlands are concerned about the spread of the omicron variant, especially among children.
“We are going to keep seeing an increase. 80 percent of us are going to be infected in a few weeks I think. It’s so infectious,” said Dr. Divya Ahuja, Prisma infectious disease specialist.