If the federal government pulls back on Medicaid funding, the state could be forced to use its own financial resources.
February marks the American Heart Month and here are tips for getting your heart-healthy.
Friday was the American Heart Association’s Go Red Day, and some Go Red ambassadors are being honored in a unique way.
Heart disease is the number one killer of women in the United States.
The NRA said overturning the regulation will protect a broad class of vulnerable citizens from government overreach.
The 22News I-Team requested and reviewed state records on incidents involving gas line accidents from November 2012 through the end of 2015.
The data shows 50 percent of those who lose their sense of smell will be dead in five years.
The single use laundry packets have higher concentrations of chemicals and cleaning agents and can lead to vision loss.
Starting in September, all antimicrobial soaps containing the potentially hazardous chemical Triclosan will be off store shelves.
The 2010 law ended a common industry practice of charging women more than men for policies purchased directly from an insurer.
White wheat is a different variety of wheat that is much lighter in color and has a softer texture than red wheat.
Study finds you’re ten times more likely to choke on food during a major sporting event.
A new study shows that most Americans need to brush up on their heart health knowledge.
One habit that typically gets sabotaged by long periods away from home are workouts but that doesn’t have to be the case.
A woman needed motivation to lose weight. She found a way to drop the pounds and earn some extra cash at the same time.
February 1st kicks off an important time in the medical community. 22News explains the goal of heart health month.
A new study sheds light on just how many calories and added sugars children are consuming in their drinks.
Supporters of Planned Parenthood and other reproductive health care agencies gathered at the State House Tuesday morning.
Rather than bringing us together, social media can put us in an echo chamber where we only read things we already agree with.
Benefits were greatest in computer users and in those without a gene variation linked with Alzheimer’s disease.