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There is no milestone in a mother’s life that is more important and memorable than that moment when her baby is placed on her chest and she’s able to finally look into his eyes, hear her voice…

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If you're like me, you've had to cancel your summer vacation and it's still not clear when you'll feel safe enough to hit the road again. Travel insurance is something that you might not have …

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We’re learning more and more about the coronavirus and how it’s spread. It’s become a new reality that few of us ever thought we would have to deal with in our everyday lives. You likely know …

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For this month's Q&A with an expert, we're turning to Sue King, who holds an advanced graduate degree in social work and practices as a therapist in Charleston. Her specialty includes work…

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The mumps is on the rise in Charleston especially among College of Charleston students. In all, 70 students at the college have been diagnosed in addition to other cases at Summerville High Sc…

Before 1963, when the first measles vaccine became available, nearly all kids got the measles. Each year, 48,000 people were hospitalized from it and between 400 and 500 died. The disease rava…

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This month we're focused on how to keep your kids engaged over the summer so when they return to school they're ready to learn. These events can help. 

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Zika became a hot topic a few years back when over 100,000 people contracted the virus in Colombia. In all, 20 babies were born with microcephaly, a birth defect that causes babies to be born …

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Mom of two, Lindsay Sakran thinks that you can do just about anything if you put your nose to the grindstone and work hard. A project manager for Department of Defense who loves a good modern …