An additional 25 people have become ill from eating lettuce contaminated with E. coli, the CDC says.
Health & Wellness
Mold has been growing in a local government office building for months, and now it faces a state citation.
Jimmy Rockwell shares his story about throat cancer in hopes it will encourage other using tobacco.
The maker of a brand of birth-control pills has issued a nationwide recall because a packaging issue could cause unintended pregnancies.
Kentucky's Republican governor is partnering with a former Democratic congressman to help implement the nation's first work requirements for Medicaid.
The American Cancer Society's newly updated guidelines for colon and rectal cancer screening recommend that adults at average risk get screened starting at age 45 instead of 50, as previously advised.
Easing back into exercise for many in midlife means listening to you body and finding a fitness professional who understands your challenges.
The club is a way for veterans to get together and hangout, and if needed, they can use the healing power of horses to deal with any issues they may be facing.
Instead of carbohydrates, the keto encourages a lot of fattening foods. Believe it or not, foods like sausage, eggs, ranch dressing and cheese.
While most parks in our area are ADA accessible, it can still be hard to maneuver a soccer field in a wheelchair. In Murray and Calloway County, leaders are working to change that.
With your help, a child in your community could jump, run, and play better.
Historically, men have been more likely to develop lung cancer than women in the United States, but new research indicates that trend has flipped.
We count on our insurance to help pick up the tab if we ever find ourselves in an emergency room. Anthem, which covers more than 73 million people, is cutting back on what it is willing to pay.
The Food and Drug Administration advises parents to stop using Orajel and other products marketed for teething babies containing benzocaine.
Kentucky health officials say counties hardest hit by a hepatitis A outbreak will receive another round of vaccines to protect people from the contagious disease.
An Illinois House panel has endorsed a proposal expanding the use of medical marijuana to fight the state's opioid crisis.
A stroke is often considered an older person's disease, but there is no such thing as being too young for a stroke.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration issued a warning to consumers Wednesday to stop using over-the-counter teething products that contain benzocaine.
Migraine sufferers across the United States have their eyes on a newly approved drug that's offering hope for reducing the frequency of monthly migraine attacks.
Her cells are responsible for the polio vaccine, gene mapping and in vitro fertilization to name a few. But for a long time most of the public didn't know her contribution to modern medicine. Neither did she because her cells were harvested without her consent.
As kids get out of school and head to camp and day cares, you know there will be illnesses coming in hot to your household.
Illinois Gov. Bruce Rauner says the state will spend about $3 million to help build a new water source in a community where Legionnaires' disease has contributed to 13 deaths in a state veteran's home.
An attack on personal freedom or protecting the right to health? That's the debate surrounding a potential smoking ordinance in Murray.
If you live in or near southern Illinois, you no longer have to leave your community to receive a minimally invasive type of heart valve replacement.