Five Reasons to Schedule Your Next Pap Smear

A cervical cancer screening, such as a Pap or human papillomavirus (HPV) test, may not be high on your to-do list. And with last year’s subsequent shutdowns of in-person appointments for routine health care,...

Emory Connected Care Boosts Stroke Patient’s Recovery: Tiffany’s Story

There’s never a good time to face a serious medical condition — and certainly not in the middle of a global pandemic. But that’s where Tiffany found herself on September 4, 2020. “I had a...

More Than a Personality Quirk: OCD is Debilitating, but Manageable

As a child, Andrea Martin says she would reread passages multiple times to make sure she didn’t miss anything. She didn’t think much about her quirk until she got to college and began experiencing more...

Let’s Go, Ladies: Ways to Get Back to the Game or Start a New Exercise Program

This year’s Olympic Games is full of strong, powerful women athletes. Allyson Felix is setting the bar high and inspiring moms and women around the world. Jordan Chiles has been unstoppable in every competition...

Aspiring Olympian? Keep Your Youth Athlete Healthy through Growth Periods

Watching world-class athletes compete in this year’s Olympics is, simply put, jaw-dropping and awe-inspiring. Young athletes around the world are likely gathered around television sets and getting inspired as Simone Biles defies gravity, Katie...

Emory Physicians Represent Nearly Half of Atlanta Magazine’s 2021 Top Doctors

Almost half of the physicians recognized in the 2021 "Top Doctors" issue of Atlanta magazine are physicians within Emory Healthcare or Emory Healthcare Network, Emory medical staff, or faculty of Emory University School of...

When Stroke Became a Family Affair, Emory Was Ready to Help

In 2015, when Tiffany’s 52-year-old sister had a massive stroke, she went looking to find the best possible care. And when she came to Emory Healthcare, she knew she had found it. “I remember asking...

Former Olympian Luis Aparicio Gets a Second Chance

A fit, athletic 64-year-old and lifelong rower, Luis Aparicio is the last person you would imagine suffering a near-fatal heart attack. Much like his life story, Aparicio’s recovery is all about dedication and persistence....