The holidays can be a nightmare on your waistline, but next year it could be easier for you to watch what you eat.
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The Center for Disease Control announced this year's vaccine may not be as effective.
If you want your coverage to begin January first, you need to sign up online by December 15th.
A spokeswoman for Atlanta's Emory University Hospital on Wednesday confirmed the patient is being flown there.
As temperatures continue to drop across our region, more people are calling in sick from work and school.
If you or your child is feeling a little under the weather, you're not alone.
Sick kids are always a challenge, but a bad bug is especially inconvenient during the holidays.
Those who donate December 24 through January 2 will receive a free long sleeve T-shirt while supplies last.
The World Health Organization has sharply revised down its tally of Ebola deaths in Liberia, after a jump of more than 1,000 in the death toll there.
World AIDS Day started in 1988, but this year there's a new theme: Focus, Partner, and Achieve an AIDS-Free Generation.
Kentucky's health benefit exchange, kynect, will have special hours during the holiday weekend.
The Obama administration is announcing steps to cut levels of smog-forming pollution linked to asthma, lung damage and other health problems.
The Food and Drug Administration is announcing long-delayed calorie labeling rules on Tuesday.
Republican state Sen. Chris McDaniel, who is sponsoring the bill, says it's an attempt to combat the state's growing heroin addiction problem.
When someone you love falls ill, you're by their side. When someone needs you to help them through something tough, you don't hesitate.In fact, 15 million Americans are caring for sick or disabled ...
Holidays, birthdays and life's milestones all take on a different tone for someone with a restrictive diet.
Bitterly cold weather this past week is proving tough on people's throats and sinuses.
Gov. Steve Beshear issued an executive order earlier this year banning the use of tobacco, including e-cigarettes, on state-owned or state-leased property.
Open enrollment through kynect, the state's health benefit exchange, began today with a strong showing of interest from Kentuckians.
Vanderbilt University is going to separate financially from its medical center - a move officials say will allow the hospital system to be more flexible in a time of rapid changes for health care.
The second insurance sign-up season under President Barack Obama's health care law is getting started in Illinois.
You may have noticed the Local 6 morning crew was all wearing blue Friday morning. It's because we are recognizing World Diabetes Day.
Imagine being a hard-working, active adult, but then a neuromuscular disease hits, making it difficult to keep your eyes open.
Open enrollment for health insurance through a state or federal exchange begins Saturday.