Doctors want to make sure your son or daughter doesn't have an underlying heart issue that could pose a life-threatening problem.
A Clarksville father says he wanted to support his wife who was breastfeeding their daughter, so he came up with an idea for a photo campaign that quickly went viral.
One in 88 children had autism spectrum disorder (ASD) in 2008. That rate increased to 1 in 68 in two years, according to the most recent report provided by the CDC.
A unique therapy program at Fort Campbell helps soldiers recover from traumatic brain injuries and puts them through intense physical and mental challenges to evaluate whether they are ready to redeploy.
A unique treatment program at Fort Campbell is changing the lives of soldiers recovering from brain injuries.
A new study is raising questions about whether e-cigarettes can really help someone quit smoking.
A year after learning of her brain tumor, a Middle Tennessee woman is sharing her incredible story of survival.
A unique camp in Middle Tennessee camp is helping children with autism learn important life skills.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends a yearly vaccine to prevent influenza. In addition to the shot, there are other things that can be done to aid in the fight against flu. Check out these simple tips to boost your immunity.
Breast cancer can be a tough diagnosis to work through, and even when the cancer is gone the fight isn't always over.
Meet Dr. Oz, 'Today' Show anchor Willie Geist and Jared from Subway, along with cooking and fitness demonstrations, and informative seminars and simulators at Channel 4's Healthy 4 Life Expo. See you there!
A recent graduate and student-athlete at Antioch High School is fighting a rare illness.
The Mid-South woman who has defied doctors for decades simply by being alive brought another life into the world – and it was no easy task.
Vanderbilt University Medical Center has been chosen as one of 12 sites in the United States to offer the first FDA-approved bionic eye for the treatment of retinitis pigmentosa.
Alzheimer's experts have released a new study about how working longer may delay dementia.
Going to bed at different times every night appears to reduce children's brainpower, a new British study suggests.
Too few doctors follow U.S. guidelines for human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccination and cervical cancer screening, according to a new study.
When workplace stress spills over into your personal life, your family's well-being can also suffer, new evidence suggests.
People of all ages and races can have cardiomyopathy. However, certain types of the disease are more common in certain groups.
As the holiday weekend approaches, there are some important reminders to stay safe when you're out on the water at the lake or river.
Adding an organ donation option to the average Facebook user's profile prompted a dramatic rise in potential donors, researchers report.
The types of TV shows that families watch influences the amount of junk food that preschool children eat, a new study suggests.
Unlike the false promises of so many creams and lotions, a scar camouflage treatment holds up to what the name suggests.
A recent study found that men are getting hurt in the yoga studio at a much higher rate than women, and those injuries to men are much more serious.
Concussions continue to be a major concern in athletics. However, a recent study shows many local high school athletes ignore concussion symptoms.