by Brinda Fuller Willis
On a Saturday morning in July, Alyssa and Jon Bryant are setting up at the Mississippi Farmers Market in downtown Jackson to sell a variety of sweet treats, such as chocolate-chip cookies and waffles.
by Mike McDonald
Dr. Megan Sones Sones Clapton, the owner and therapist at Ridgeland clinic Mindful Therapy, says she believes the mind and body are connected, influencing one another in a kind of symbiosis. That is an idea that became abundantly clear to her after she contracted a parasite on her honeymoon.
by Christopher Peace
Before Jackson massage therapist Matthew Haynes launched Blue Skyz Still Waters Massage Therapy, he says people told him for many years that he "has a pretty good touch."
by Katie Gill
One of Flowood's newest skin-care clinics, Bella Skin Studio, is a one-woman show. Chelsea Thaw is the owner, receptionist and esthetician, which is a term used to describe a skin-care specialist. The Flowood native has been operating Bella Skin Studio since opening in September 2016.
by JFP Staff
At some point, we all need a health-care provider, whether weire going to a doctor for a wellness visit, to a dentist to get a cavity filled, or to a hospital or clinic if something happens, and we need urgent care. For this Best of Jackson pop-up ballot, Jacksonians voted for the best doctors, dentists, surgeons, health-care providers and more. Here are the results.
by Amber Helsel
The scent of Cajun spices wafts through the air at Gumbo Girl. A cashier in a black T-shirt with the restaurant's logo on it stands at the register, taking phone and in-person orders as a steady stream of customers walk into the restaurant.
by Andrea Wright Dilworth
Kimberly Strong's bouts with various health issues, such as a hormonal imbalance, fibromyalgia, and a sensitivity to gluten and milk, led her on a quest to find what was causing her illnesses, and why conventional medicine had no answers.
When she was studying to be a nurse practitioner, she heard about an integrative medicine practitioner in Jackson and was intrigued. She decided to complete her clinical hours there.
by Dustin Cardon and Amber Helsel
UMMC: The Good and the Bad
Until recently, the UNACARE Health Clinic had been the primary health-care provider for the midtown neighborhood. After the University of Mississippi Medical Center School of Nursing learned that a lack of transportation was making it hard for residents to get there, they had the idea for the UNACARE Mobile Clinic.
by Amber Helsel
Mississippi has a health problem, and Denise Krause says it's not exactly what you think it is.
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