A simple test appears very good at ruling out heart attacks in people who go to emergency rooms with chest pain, a big public health issue and a huge worry for patients.
Alabama Department of Public Health officials say the state was one of two where hospital patients’ infection rates were lower than the national average.
Customers who purchased the product in seven states, including Alabama, found unknown pills inside the bottles.
A small study could have far-reaching effects for pregnant women. It points toward autism forming in children, while they are still in the womb.
Dr. Erika Liebelt from Children’s Hospital answered a few questions on Wake Up Alabama about spotting the difference between colds and allergies, and more.
After a cold, ugly winter, spring sunshine is finally pushing many people off the couch.
British researchers found doctors routinely recorded significantly higher blood pressure levels than nurses taking the blood pressure of the same patients.
Shelby County has a new option when it comes to orthopedic or sports injuries.
Are you hitting the gym to get in shape for summer? As you do a little spring training there are a few fitness myths that you need to know aren’t true.
White House officials’ say, while they’re not extending the March 31st deadline, they are considering giving those who start the process by the end of the month extra time.
Researchers found that when losing sleep becomes a habit, it leads to damage to a bundle of nerve cells associated with alertness and cognitive function.
According to a report from the Alzheimer’s Association, older women are twice as likely to develop Alzheimer’s, than breast cancer.
Researchers are working on a “chocolate pill” in hopes that it could have positives effects on the heart, as well as, other health benefits.
The Alabama Legislature is close to approving a marijuana oil bill sought by families who want the oil as a treatment for their children’s seizure disorders.
Cigarette smoke that clings to walls and furniture could cause DNA damage and potentially cancer.
Doctors say there are many patients who time their procedure to coincide with the annual sporting event.
The so-called “Five Second Rule” is something most people have heard of, but oftentimes the validity of the rule has been questioned.
Young people come together to find hope for beating Cancer.