Updated: 06/02/2011 - Researchers have so far been unable to pinpoint the cause of the illness, which has now spread to at least 10 European countries.
Updated: 06/02/2011 - An estimated 300,000 people in the United States have to deal with scleroderma. If you've never heard of it, you are not alone. One young girl shares her battle.
Updated: 06/02/2011 - The typical 15-year-old girl is a sophomore in high school, getting ready to drive and hang by the pool with friends. But Margaret Beckum spent every day fighting for the next one.
Updated: 05/31/2011 - Mia Walker was more than an hour away from help when she was bitten by a deadly snake. Doctors say she is a walking miracle.
Posted: 05/30/2011 - Hospitals sometimes scramble for substitutes to avoid patient harm, and even delay treatment.
Updated: 05/28/2011 - Only South Carolina and Massachusetts have reached a federal goal of having 1,000 doctors sign up to use the system.
Posted: 05/27/2011 - It's an opportunity for Disabled American Veteran and the Charlie Norwood VA Medical Center to update vets on the new things going on in the VA.
Updated: 05/31/2011 - It is a small device that can save your life by keeping your heart pumping. Doctors have successfully tested a new pacemaker that works with an MRI test.
Updated: 05/27/2011 - This year's flu shot will be a duplicate of last year's because the same flu strains are still circulating.
Updated: 05/27/2011 - The EPD says the disease was induced by environmental stress and that people are not known to be affected by it.
Updated: 05/26/2011 - If you think you do enough physical activity at work to keep you healthy, you're probably wrong.
Updated: 06/08/2011 - One family, living in military housing on Fort Gordon believe mold in their unit may have caused their 6-month daughter to stop breathing. News 12 investigates in a special assignment.
Posted: 05/25/2011 - The most comprehensive study on colorectal cancer ever published has just been released and shows your diet could be risking your life.
Updated: 05/24/2011 - Health officials say 118 cases of measles have been reported in the United States so far this year -- the highest number this early in the year since 1996.
Updated: 05/21/2011 - A new study could determine if the Graniteville chlorine spill had long-term impact on locals' lung health. News 12 met with researchers today.
Posted: 05/18/2011 - The french fry is fighting back. The spud has had a tough time lately.
Updated: 05/18/2011 - A panel of Food and Drug Administration advisers voted 21-0 in favor of adding doses for babies and toddlers to over-the-counter acetaminophen formulas.
Posted: 05/17/2011 - Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords will undergo surgery on Thursday to replace a piece of her skull removed by doctors after she was shot in January.
Posted: 05/16/2011 - Georgia's top court has reversed an earlier decision that allowed an Atlanta couple's lawsuit against a vaccine manufacturer to go forward after the U.S. Supreme Court weighed in on the issue.
Updated: 05/13/2011 - It's something the legions of sufferers with itchy eyes and fits of sneezing already know.
Updated: 05/12/2011 - Oral cancer is often detected too late in patients. Doctors at MCGHealth are pushing for more screening to be done routinely. They're offering free screenings Thursday, May 12.