Celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month: Highlighting Our Team

At Emory Healthcare, we know a diverse team with an inclusive culture drives equitable outcomes for our patients and families, our people and our community. This is at the core of our unparalleled learning...

Heart Disease Is the No. 1 Cause of Death in Women

What Is Your Risk? More than 60 million women in the United States (that’s 44%) live with some form of heart disease, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Heart disease ranks...

Health Benefits of Yoga

Although the health benefits of yoga were developed in India thousands of years ago, yoga has become an incredibly popular form of exercise in the United States. There are more than one hundred different...

Ready for the Unexpected When Things Don’t Go According to the Birth Plan

Expecting parents often create a birth plan to outline their preferences for labor. But what happens when things don’t go as planned?   “I joke about it now,” says Charday Oldacre. “But nothing went according...

Pickleball vs. Tennis Injuries: Which Are Worse?

To the uninitiated, pickleball and tennis may look pretty similar. After all, both require players to hit a ball over the net with a racquet. But ask anyone who plays these sports, and they’ll...

Unlocking Heart Valve Health with Minimally Invasive Options

Imagine your heart is a house where the four chambers are four rooms, and your heart valves are the doors. Those doors, or valves, open and close to control blood flow in the heart....

Emory in the News: Cardiac Arrest in Athletes, 12 Tips To Avoid Getting Sick During Travel, Detecting Preeclampsia Risk, and More

Emory Healthcare and Emory University physicians, researchers and experts often discuss current medical issues in the news. Here are some recent health news stories featuring our experts. New Blood Test Identifies Preeclampsia Risk Ravi Thadhani, MD,...

A New Immune System Provides Hope After Hodgkin Lymphoma

No matter what she did, Tori’s “pesky cough” in the summer of 2019 just wouldn’t go away. Then there was the itchy skin, drenching night sweats and the weight—about 30 pounds—she says was “just...