There's new hope for children with Leukemia.
A new study reveals commonly prescribed drugs for bone health may benefit women with breast cancer.
Donna Terrell talks about preventing back pain while doing household chores.
Researchers reveal that foam injections used to treat varicose veins may be as effective as laser treatments and surgery.
UAMS will be giving free women's health screenings tomorrow at their 12th Street clinic.
Donna Terrell talks about fall allergy flare-ups and how to treat them.
The American Academy of Pediatrics has updated recommendations for flu vaccinations for children.
Donna Terrell talks about tattoo infections resulting from bad ink.
A new study finds antibiotics may not be the best treatment for kids and teens.
Consuming more fish and omega-3s can help prevent hearing loss.
Men who smoke before fathering a child increase the risk of their children being born with asthma.
A new study suggests long-term use of commonly prescribed drugs may be linked to Alzheimer's Disease.
Poisoning from the liquid nicotine found in E-cigarette cartridges is on the rise in children.
A respiratory virus sends dozens of kids to the hospital in Missouri.
Researchers suggest breast cancer patients steer clear of soy supplements.
New research suggests the key to weight loss is not the type of diet you choose but your ability to stick to it.
People with excess fat in their abdominal area have the greatest chance of developing high blood pressure.
A new study finds bariatric surgery not only helps treat obesity but may improve brain function as well.
The Nintendo Wii May help improve balance and movement in patients with multiple sclerosis.
Better known for smoothing wrinkles, botox may offer a unique way to fight stomach cancer.
A new drug may soon be available for patients suffering from alopecia.
It's referred to informally among teachers and parents as the "back-to-school" plague, when the classroom at the start of a new school year is a hot zone for germs.
A new study says that sitting near a window at your job can improve your health.
Fish found in Lake Ouachita contains levels of mercury that may have the potential to out your health.
There have been several high-profile and tragic stories this summer of children dying in hot cars but new research shows the danger isn't limited to the hot summer months.
Farmers' market vouchers may be useful tools in improving access to fruits and vegetables for people with low-incomes.
A new study finds a majority of overweight children think their weight is just fine.
A new study from the Centers for Disease Control explores what many working moms already know, that it's difficult to continue breast feeding an infant while working full time.
A new study finds two new anti-viral hepatitis-C medications are effective for patients who are also HIV positive.
New research suggests even a mild brain injury can cause brain damage and memory problems.
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