Host of her self-titled talk show “Sherri” and former co-host of “The View,” Shepherd is known for her brilliant comedic timing and infectious energy. She will share her journey toward improved health and inspire attendees to take advantage of free resources and support to make healthier choices in their own lives.
The free tool provides accountability for those participating in the challenge, along with numerous resources to support challenge participants, including articles about healthy living, pre-recorded workouts ranging from low-impact to high-intensity interval training, and the ability to log milestones like steps, calories, and weight loss.
According to the complaint, the owner leased the property to several dry-cleaning operators beginning in 1966. Those operators are alleged to have disposed of solvents, such as perchloroethylene and trichloroethene, at the site while he owned the property.
According to City of Germantown officials, water testing results from samples collected on Monday, July 31, from areas where residual odor in tap water was reported are all clear of diesel fuel, with the exception of one location.
Now, artificial intelligence, or AI, may help to weed out the good from the bad, the drugs that will work and the ones that won’t, making the time a drug takes to get approval quicker than ever before.
On Monday, Tennessee Congressman Steve Cohen (TN-9) announced over $1 million in grants are to be awarded to Methodist Le Bonheur and the University of Memphis combined that will expand rural health care in the Mid-South and support biomedical engineering research for paramedics.
The Shelby County Health Department (SCHD) will soon publicize public meetings that the federal Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is hosting regarding potentially cancer-causing ethylene oxide (EtO) emissions in a Memphis neighborhood.
The Stax Museum of American Soul Music has announced a global launch event for “The Road to Memphis,” a free international song contest showcasing talent and emotional expression through music, simultaneously promoting mental health and creating pathways to access free care sessions for musicians and songwriters.
The VA Medical Center in Memphis provides life-saving medical treatment for Mid-South veterans, and a new doctor at the VA is getting top marks for the care he provides for our war heroes, in and out of the hospital.
Hundreds of mental health professionals and community leaders joined forces Tuesday morning in East Memphis to raise awareness about the importance of mental health care. Leading that conversation was Emmy-Award-winning actor Joe Pantoliano.