Dr. Jeanne James, chief medical officer for BlueCare Tennessee, says childhood vaccinations are one of the biggest public-health successes of our time, but we have to keep educating parents in order for it to stay that way.
Dr. Baxter says it’s easy to attribute some symptoms of allergies and asthma to more common conditions. But as someone who has also had asthma since childhood, she knows the importance of diagnosing these as early in life as possible.
From helping children with disabilities participate in school to providing support for older adults experiencing age-related changes, here’s what you need to know about OT.
As the COVID-19 pandemic evolves, uncertainty may tempt people to pursue preventive measures or treatments based on what they’ve heard in the news or from friends. Two clinical experts explain what to do instead and what we need to know about treatment.
Del Ray Zimmerman, director of the Office for Diversity Affairs and LGBTQ Health at Vanderbilt University Medical Center, explains 10 unique health care needs LGBTQ individuals may have.
Dr. Ian Bushell, a family medicine physician and medical director for BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee, says if you catch kidney disease early, it can be managed effectively.
The incidence of cervical cancer has steadily decreased in the U.S., largely due to widespread screening. One expert tells us what we need to know.
WellTuned talked to Reena Panjwani, a registered dietitian-nutritionist at BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee, about what inflammation can tell us and how to control it.
Dr. Ian Bushell, a medical director for BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee, gives advice for making the most of your visit with your primary care provider.
WellTuned talked to Dr. Jennifer Gholson, a BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee medical director, about risk factors, symptoms, and steps everyone can take to improve their health, whether or not they have prediabetes.