September is Recovery Awareness Month and the Augusta area is doing it's part to get you involved. It's a chance for you to learn more about what these men, women, mothers, fathers, sons and daughters are fighting with.
Right now TPA is the drug approved by the FDA for stroke therapy, but researchers say that doing something as simple as compressing your leg could help reduce the stroke size and damage by about 50 percent.
On Friday, cancer patients and their families hung gold ribbons for Childhood Cancer Awareness on the trees around the Children's Medical Center, but Tanner is doing more than just hanging the ribbons.
With obesity affecting nearly 73 million Americans, teams at Georgia Health Sciences Medical Center perform the weight loss surgeries every day and one North Augusta woman is showing off and sharing her success.
When Aimee Copeland made national headlines, blood drives were held in her honor, many felt compelled to donate. As she moved into recovery and rehab phase, many donors moved on too and blood banks are experiencing a dip in donations.