A food service inspector recently gave a C letter grade to the cafeteria in McCracken County High School, but district officials say they're confident the food is safe.
Health & Wellness
Seniors and middle-aged adults are increasingly using marijuana, a study finds.
Laughter exercises can improve your mental and physical health, neurologists say.
A southern Illinois woman who never had so much as a parking ticket has been arrested twice in Washington, D.C. She was there to protest Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh's Senate confirmation hearing.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration says new guidance about added sugars that will provide an alternate labeling option for pure maple syrup and honey will be released next year.
It had been more than 28 years since Vilma Wong heard the name Seminatore. But something about it sounded familiar.
Four years ago, Emma Warren took a hit to the head during a soccer game. Two weeks later, she had a followup MRI. The results were not what she and her family expected.
Cystic fibrosis did not define Claire Wineland. She did.
A 5-year-old girl battling leukemia since she was 3 and a 9-year-old boy who was diagnosed with cancer this year will benefit from a fundraising walk in Paducah.
Gov. Bruce Rauner has signed a law allowing medical marijuana to be used as a painkiller instead of highly addictive opioids.
A regular day at lunch in this school cafeteria turned into a life or death situation for one local student.
The number of probable cases of tick-related illnesses is on the rise in southern Illinois.
A lot of us drink. Too many of us drink a lot.
Illinois Gov. Bruce Rauner has signed a law that gives families of extremely ill children more flexibility in health care.
Certain batches of hypothyroid medications are being recalled by Westminster Pharmaceuticals after one of its Chinese suppliers failed a U.S. Food and Drug Administration inspection.
Is your child afraid to go to the doctor? A free event coming up at Kentucky Oaks Mall in Paducah aims to help kids see checkups are nothing to fear.
(CNN) — One winter afternoon last year, Duane Engebretson sat in his stepdaughter's hospital room at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota, trying to figure out how she could escape. An 18-year-old high school senior rushes to…
An app designed to track fertility and prevent pregnancy in women 18 and older is the first to win U.S. Food and Drug Administration approval to be marketed as a contraceptive.
First responders and medical professionals in Carlisle County, Kentucky are working to help children overcome their anxieties, so their next doctor's office visits are fear free.
Parents may want to take a second look at their children's school supplies this season.
Nationwide, the rate of opioid use disorder among women delivering babies more than quadrupled over the 15-year period ending in 2014.
A new study suggests inducing labor at 39 weeks can be another viable option for some mothers-to-be, even though it has been shunned in the past.
We've told you about the 3 percent tuition increase and increased parking costs. Health services at Murray State are changing, too.
HP Hood LLC has recalled some half-gallon cartons of refrigerated Vanilla Almond Breeze almond milk because they may contain milk, an allergen not listed on the label.