Quality Of Life Fall/Winter 2018

Quality Of Life Winter 2019 (March)

Quality of Life from Aiken Regional Medical Centers is a publication designed to bring you the latest news as well as health and wellness information you can use throughout the year. You can read the latest issue here, or sign up to have Quality of Life mailed directly to your home.

In This Issue:
Aiken Health News Magazine Winter 2019
Winter 2019 (March)

Aiken Regional welcomes The Surgery Center of Aiken

The Surgery Center of Aiken (SCA), a same-day multi-specialty outpatient surgical facility, joined the Aiken Regional Medical Centers’ family this past fall.
Aiken Health New Winter 2019
Winter 2019 (March)

“I survived a heart attack!” – Suzanne Rye Lowe

Having a family history of heart issues and losing her father (age 38) and brother (age 52) to heart attacks, she knew what to watch for and sought care immediately.
Aiken Health News Winter 2019
Winter 2019 (March)

Staying ahead of colorectal cancer

The American Cancer Society reports that colorectal cancer is the third most common cancer in both men and women, and it’s estimated that in the U.S. alone, there will be 101,420 cases of colon cancer and 44,180 cases of rectal cancer in 2019.
Aiken Health News winter 2019
Winter 2019 (March)

Ask the doctor: Are kidney stones causing you pain?

Anyone who has had a kidney stone knows they are no laughing matter. There can be many contributing factors, including family history, diet and dehydration.
Aiken Health News winter 2019
Winter 2019 (March)

Sugar, how sweet it is – or is it?

According to the American Heart Association (AHA), Americans are consuming too much added sugar.
Say Yes to Organ Donation
Winter 2019 (March)

Giving the gift of life

April is national Donate Life Month.