Updated: 02/05/2009 - Recovering from open heart surgery can be a tough road, one that takes a lot of rehabilitation. After surgery, cardio patients at University Hospital have the option of going through their award winning rehab facility. This is part two of our segment, Healing A Heart.
Posted: 09/17/2008 - Building should be finished in early 2010.
Posted: 09/15/2008 - Michael Martin of Bonaire Georgia is in critical condition Sunday night at the Joseph M. Still Burn center, after getting struck by lightning Thursday night at middle school football game.
Posted: 09/12/2008 - The Georgia Department of Health confirms Thursday night that the fox that bit two women on September 9th does have rabies.
Posted: 09/09/2008 - South Carolina's poor, disabled, and elderly will see fewer prescription drugs as state budget cuts are implemented.
Posted: 09/08/2008 - A study of 4,000 patients shows that many colon cancer patients don't get all the screennings needed after surgery to help stop the disease.
Posted: 09/08/2008 - Imagine owing more than a million dollars in medical bills just to save your baby. Well that's the struggle one Edgefield family is facing, but a big fundraiser is here to help.
Updated: 09/05/2008 - Researchers at the Medical College of Georgia are one step closer to curing cancer, at least one type of cancer. It's hope in the form of a pill, and a cowboy is its poster boy.
Updated: 02/05/2009 - It can be hard work recovering after major surgery especially when that surgery is an open heart procedure. The rehab process for cardio patients is no walk in the park. In a monthly segment, this is one man's journey to heal his heart.
Updated: 08/21/2008 - About 3.4 million older and disabled people dealing with diabetes, high blood pressure and other chronic conditions hit that gap last year.
Posted: 08/20/2008 - San Francisco is the first city to take such action. The only exemption is grocery stores.
Updated: 08/20/2008 - A new report says Mississippi again is America's fattest state, and adult obesity rates across the nation are rising.
Posted: 08/19/2008 - An analysis of FDA records by the Associated Press, reveals border inspectors have been turning back shipments of filthy peppers long before government claims.
Updated: 08/15/2008 - Gov. Sonny Perdue has announced a new prescription drug benefit for Georgians who are uninsured but ineligible for Medicare or other forms of public health care.
Posted: 08/14/2008 - State employees in South Carolina could be paying more for health care premiums.
Updated: 08/13/2008 - The numbers are out about the air you breathe. Georgia and California are the only states with five cities in the Top 25 for the most air pollution; Augusta is one of those cities.
Updated: 08/07/2008 - A new test shows more people in the U.S. are infected with HIV than experts thought, and South Carolina fits in this trend.
Posted: 08/05/2008 - This type of screening in men over the age of 75, could be doing more harm than good.
Posted: 07/31/2008 - It's seen as one of the most praised efforts of his administration. The new plan will spend 48-billion dollars over the next five years, to fight AIDS, and other diseases.
Posted: 07/30/2008 - 23 bars and restaurants in Charleston and 11 in Mount Pleasant were sampled in the study. Click here for results.
Updated: 07/28/2008 - New research shows that a milder type of mental decline that often precedes Alzheimer's disease is much more common than thought.
Updated: 07/25/2008 - Bamberg County Hospital and Nursing Center says it will reduce its full-time staff by nearly 40 positions to improve its financial position.