3 people potentially exposed to rabies by stray cat in Lexington

Three people have been referred to their health care providers after being potentially exposed to rabies by a stray cat in near downtown Lexington.

  Is your sunscreen harming your skin? New study says it might be

Nearly two-thirds of all sunscreens evaluated in the EWG's “2019 Guide to Sunscreens” would not pass safety tests proposed by the US Food and Drug Administration.

  New bunion procedure slashes recovery time and minimizes pain, according to Irmo surgeon

A local podiatrist says a new procedure is literally changing the game for those suffering from bunions. The proof is in the testimonies of patients back recovering in record time, and that includes a local grandmother with every need to stay on her feet.

  SC public health officials warn against ‘significant increase’ of hepatitis A cases

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, hepatitis A is “usually transmitted person-to-person through the fecal-oral route or consumption of contaminated food or water.”

  SC public health officials warn against ‘significant increase’ of hepatitis A cases

SC public health officials warn against ‘significant increase’ of hepatitis A cases

  Healthy snack swaps for kids’ lunchboxes this summer

Pack a healthy lunchbox for your kids this summer!

Report: Unvaccinated KY teen who sued health department gets chickenpox

The Kentucky high school student who went to court to fight his school’s efforts to slow a chickenpox outbreak has gotten the illness, according to a report.

  SC woman uses car as billboard, searching for donor kidney for high school sweetheart

Karyne and James Worthy are high school sweethearts. After 29 years as husband and wife, they share everything. There’s one thing, though, that Karyne can’t give James, but she’s determined to find it.

  Teachers say more mental health counselors needed in SC schools

Next week, teachers will be rallying at the State House to push for changes in the classroom.

  Measles infections are on the rise across America: what about South Carolina?

A cough or a sneeze from someone infected by the measles lives in the air for two hours. Which means you may never know who infected you with the ultra-contagious disease.

3 people potentially exposed to rabies by stray cat in Lexington

  Is your sunscreen harming your skin? New study says it might be

  New bunion procedure slashes recovery time and minimizes pain, according to Irmo surgeon

  SC public health officials warn against ‘significant increase’ of hepatitis A cases

  SC public health officials warn against ‘significant increase’ of hepatitis A cases

  Healthy snack swaps for kids’ lunchboxes this summer

Report: Unvaccinated KY teen who sued health department gets chickenpox

  SC woman uses car as billboard, searching for donor kidney for high school sweetheart

  Teachers say more mental health counselors needed in SC schools

  Measles infections are on the rise across America: what about South Carolina?

3 people potentially exposed to rabies by stray cat in Lexington

  Is your sunscreen harming your skin? New study says it might be

  New bunion procedure slashes recovery time and minimizes pain, according to Irmo surgeon

  SC public health officials warn against ‘significant increase’ of hepatitis A cases

  SC public health officials warn against ‘significant increase’ of hepatitis A cases

  Healthy snack swaps for kids’ lunchboxes this summer

Report: Unvaccinated KY teen who sued health department gets chickenpox

  SC woman uses car as billboard, searching for donor kidney for high school sweetheart

  Teachers say more mental health counselors needed in SC schools

  Measles infections are on the rise across America: what about South Carolina?

LMC’s new patient tower has the hospital’s history in a new baby mosaic

  GALLERY + VIDEO: 18th annual Heart + Sole Women’s 5-Miler

Fake-smiling at work makes you drink more at home, study reveals

Join us for the annual Heart and Sole 5-miler

Hey, girlfriend! Here’s how we can join in the fight for heart disease in women

  Talk of the Town: Calling all girlfriends for the Heart and Sole Five-Miler

Do not give medical testing samples, information to these potential scammers, deputies say

  South Carolina mom fights for organ donors in D.C. after daughter undergoes two failed transplants

Limited recall of Hunt’s Tomato Paste cans due to potential mold

  Autism Academy of SC gears up for 3rd annual Fitness Festival benefitting Camp Mates

SC woman proposes to boyfriend fighting cancer: ‘I asked..before it was too late’

SC to receive $7M to expand access to opioid addiction treatments

LMC’s new patient tower is for babies and moms

  The 3 most common physical attacks on women and how to protect yourself

  Medical-legal partnerships working together to help families across South Carolina

  Opioid antidote use continues to rise in SC

LMC’s new patient care tower is coming this month

Another 43 lots of medication used to treat high blood pressure, congestive heart failure recalled

Prisma Health surgeon: New device for aortic valve repair is 'a game changer’

  Columbia runner becomes first African American female to complete 15 marathons, each, in under three hours

  Teen raises cancer funds that could now help save her own life

  SCE&G to unveil new plan to rid Congaree River of nine acres of coal tar

When it comes to a stroke, you have to thing F-A-S-T

Reminder: March is colon cancer awareness month

  Have bad breath? You could be making it worse. Here’s how.

Second man seems to be free of AIDS virus after transplant

GRAPHIC: FDA warns against using ‘vampire plasma’ to reverse aging

  How do microplastics in our drinking water affect our health?

  Hemp is the newest cash crop and job market in South Carolina

  Take this pop quiz and put your heart into it

Scientists discover how to make immune cells better at killing cancer

Spain is the world’s healthiest country – the U.S. did not make the top 20

  Prisma Health to hold WellFest in March

  Composting 101: 3 things you need to know before you start

Chick-fil-A offering keto-friendly menu options

  Talk of the Town: How to attack a cold virus and WHAT in the world is SCOBY?

Do you suffer from migraines? The weather may not be helping

  The American Heart Association host 29th Annual Midlands Heart Ball

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No injuries reported in Columbia house fire, fire officials say

Columbia fire officials say no one was injured as they combat a house fire in Columbia on Sunday.