Who’s running your hospital? Some of the most capable administrators in the business.
By Bob Yearick
Here’s how—and it may not be the way you’ve always believed.
by Michael Bradley
There are a few important discussions you need to have to keep everyone healthy and balanced.
by Alexis Andrianopoulos
Madison Dodge never let diabetes or a rare gastrointestinal disorder stop her from doing anything. She just wants to help others.
by Pamela Crowe
A local hypnotist’s latest programs focus on helping women. Plus, a new book will help you organize your medical records, Beebe Medical Center is recognized for its orthopedics department, Christiana Hospital’s new training center isn’t for dummies, and more.
The key to healthy aging? Get regular screening tests that can detect diseases and other health issues early, when they are easier to treat. by Alexis Andrianopoulos
Integrative medicine combines Western medicine and ancient healing arts to arrest many of the most pervasive health problems, and the approach is catching on. by Christine Facciolo
Modern PT does more than help patients recover from injury and surgery. It helps keep them in condition to prevent problems. Here’s how. by Reid Champagne
The mortality rate for critically injured trauma victims continues to fall, thanks to the state’s ever-improving Inclusive Trauma System. by Reid Champagne
You can develop seasonal allergies at any time. It’s important to manage them before they lead to another issue. by Christine Facciolo
The labyrinth at the Delaware Art Museum can exercise the mind and body. by Tom Reinke
Sometimes people need a little help to live independently. Sometimes they need full support. Here are lists of the licensed assisted-living facilities and nursing homes in the state.
You need good dental care. How do you know who gives it? We asked dentists who of their peers they’d trust enough to recommend to a loved one. Here are their picks.