The flu is different every year. Different strains become more prominent, vaccines work better or worse than the previous year, and you never know if you could get sick. Learn about the 2018 flu and work to prevent contracting illness.
Flu season is here and it's only going to get worse. Vanderbilt Health infectious disease specialist William Schaffner, M.D., talks to My Southern Health about what you need to know to protect yourself and your family.
It’s common for people to make New Year’s resolutions involving weight loss and a healthier lifestyle, but often those resolutions go by the wayside. In the new year, consider organ donation. 95% of U..
INTRODUCING NASHVILLE'S FIRST 2018 ADDITION:
At the stroke of midnight, as Nashville welcomed a New Year, Graciela Guirola and Roland Rubio welcomed their new daughter, Iris McKenzie Rubio Guirola at..
‘Tis the season to make new years’ resolutions (and 92% will fall off the bandwagon according to Dr. Roberta Anding with Baylor College). The key to keeping yourself on track is remembering each day i..
FUN FACT: “Auld Lang Syne,” means “long, long ago.” The well-known New Year’s Eve tune is from a poem by Robert Burns based on a Scottish folk song. It’s a tribute to days gone by.
“Baby” it’s cold outside! Vanderbilt Health marked the cold snap with special onesies that sum up the extremely cold temperatures we’re experiencing. Babies born at Vanderbilt over the holiday recei..