Evergreen Article Archive

Baptist Memorial Health Care’s Evergreen Article Archive houses timely, relevant stories that can be used by journalists and news media outlets throughout the Mid-South anytime and at no cost. To request use of a particular article or reprinting permission, please contact the PR team member listed on that archived document.

Evergreen Story Ideas by Category

Seasonal Safety/Wellness

Don't Let Children Get Beat by the Heat

You can always count on two things during summer in the South – heat and humidity.

Keep Safety in Mind When Mowing the Lawn

Mowing the lawn is definitely a summertime tradition.

Be Cautious on the Playground

Summer wouldn't be summer without playing on the swing set in the back yard.

Wheel Your Children’s Way to Safety

Skateboards and scooters are a lot of fun for many children –especially during the summer. But children tend to take risks they shouldn’t when aboard them and increase their chances of serious injury.

Tips for a Safe Holiday Season

Each year, hospital emergency departments treat about 12,500 people for injuries, including falls, cuts and electrical shock, related to holiday lights, decorations and Christmas trees.

Make Safe Toy Purchases this Holiday Season

Playing with toys is important in the lives of all children. Besides being fun and educational, it is also a necessary part of child development. Unfortunately, not all toys are safe. So finding appropriate toys for your children or the children of a friend or relative becomes more of a concern during the holidays.

Protect Your Children from the Flu

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, an estimated 114,000 Americans require hospital treatment and 36,000 die each year from influenza (flu) or flu-related complications.

Fireworks Safety

With Fourth of July celebrations just around the corner, the fun could lead to a trip to the emergency room if proper precautions are not followed when using fireworks.

Women's Health

Living Up to Your Age

For most women, aging gracefully means aging well. But aging well involves more than grace or beauty – it’s about strength, ability and good health.

Woman Breast Care

One of a woman’s greatest fears is finding a lump in her breast. Even scarier is what comes next – a plethora of tests, masses of white coats and unfamiliar faces, hundreds of questions and the feeling of being alone. This scenario is changing.

Women Are at Risk for Heart Disease, too!

Did you know that heart disease is the No. 1 killer of women in Memphis, Tenn.? In the United States?

Exercising for a Better Life

In the past, exercise was considered something you did if you had time. Times have changed, and more and more research points toward an undeniable link between staying in shape and a better quality of life.

Baptist’s Mobile Mammography Unit on the Move

Most people are used to going to a medical center to have an exam or test done. But that’s not the case with Baptist Women’s Health Center. It will come to you.

Children's Health

Don't Let Children Get Beat by the Heat

You can always count on two things during summer in the South – heat and humidity.

Keep Safety in Mind When Mowing the Lawn

Mowing the lawn is definitely a summertime tradition.

Be Cautious on the Playground

Summer wouldn't be summer without playing on the swing set in the back yard.

Wheel Your Children’s Way to Safety

Skateboards and scooters are a lot of fun for many children –especially during the summer. But children tend to take risks they shouldn’t when aboard them and increase their chances of serious injury.

Tips for a Safe Holiday Season

Each year, hospital emergency departments treat about 12,500 people for injuries, including falls, cuts and electrical shock, related to holiday lights, decorations and Christmas trees.

Make Safe Toy Purchases this Holiday Season

Playing with toys is important in the lives of all children. Besides being fun and educational, it is also a necessary part of child development. Unfortunately, not all toys are safe. So finding appropriate toys for your children or the children of a friend or relative becomes more of a concern during the holidays.

Protect Your Children from the Flu

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, an estimated 114,000 Americans require hospital treatment and 36,000 die each year from influenza (flu) or flu-related complications.

Fireworks Safety

With Fourth of July celebrations just around the corner, the fun could lead to a trip to the emergency room if proper precautions are not followed when using fireworks.

Exercise

Don't Let Children Get Beat by the Heat

You can always count on two things during summer in the South – heat and humidity.

Exercising for a Better Life

In the past, exercise was considered something you did if you had time. Times have changed, and more and more research points toward an undeniable link between staying in shape and a better quality of life.

Nutrition

Delicious Foods for the Woman on the Go

Most women have little time to spend in the kitchen and even less time to spend at the gym or exercising.

Helping Your Children Choose Healthy School Lunches

As children head back to school, many are facing diet-related health issues that may stem from what they have for lunch each day.

Family and Living

Don't Let Children Get Beat by the Heat

You can always count on two things during summer in the South – heat and humidity.

Keep Safety in Mind When Mowing the Lawn

Mowing the lawn is definitely a summertime tradition.

Be Cautious on the Playground

Summer wouldn't be summer without playing on the swing set in the back yard.

Wheel Your Children’s Way to Safety

Skateboards and scooters are a lot of fun for many children –especially during the summer. But children tend to take risks they shouldn’t when aboard them and increase their chances of serious injury.

Quilting as a Healing Art at Baptist Memorial Hospital for Women

You could say the quilts hanging in Baptist Memorial Hospital for Women are a healing art. Since the hospital opened in May 2001, dozens of quilts have been donated to the hospital or patients of the hospital – all offering a message of hope or healing.

Tips for a Safe Holiday Season

Each year, hospital emergency departments treat about 12,500 people for injuries, including falls, cuts and electrical shock, related to holiday lights, decorations and Christmas trees.

Make Safe Toy Purchases this Holiday Season

Playing with toys is important in the lives of all children. Besides being fun and educational, it is also a necessary part of child development. Unfortunately, not all toys are safe. So finding appropriate toys for your children or the children of a friend or relative becomes more of a concern during the holidays.

Fireworks Safety

With Fourth of July celebrations just around the corner, the fun could lead to a trip to the emergency room if proper precautions are not followed when using fireworks.

Daily Bread