May is Stroke Month, a time to raise awareness about stroke, or “brain attack.” A stroke occurs when the blood flow to an area of the brain is interrupted. This interruption kills brain cells in the immediate area and sets off a chain reaction that endangers a larger area of brain cells. When brain cells […]
While expecting twins last year, London Hopkins, 26, and her husband, Michael, of Rogersville traveled to Knoxville more than 20 times to receive prenatal care at Fort Sanders Perinatal Center, located at Fort Sanders Regional Medical Center.
Since the COVID-19 pandemic began, the question, “How’s your family?” hasn’t been as easy to answer as it once was. While each of us faces challenges and hard times, it’s rare for the entire nation to experience negative stress all at once. Times like these can induce stress, anger, depression and anxiety at home. Fort Sanders Regional Medical Center offers some insight and advice to help keep emotions and mental health intact.