The Centers for Disease Control reports teen birth rates are down in all but two states. Every state, except West Virginia and North Dakota, showed significant drops in the past five years.
Updated: 6:18 PM
A new candy looks like a Tootsie Roll, but it does more than satisfy a sweet tooth.
Updated: 6:18 PM
Last year, the RMH Emergency Department treated more than 3400 youths for injuries.
Posted: 11:01 AM
It's been a century since the American Cancer Society opened its doors, helping cancer victims worldwide survive the disease.
Updated: 6:47 PM
Virginia has the go-ahead for a major cost-saving experiment that simplifies and consolidates care for people eligible for both Medicaid and Medicare.
Posted: 12:39 PM
A Valley hospital was recognized for being in the top 2 percent of hospitals in the country.
Updated: 6:48 PM
The Harrisonburg Community Health Center will receive federal money to help people sign up for health care reform insurance.
Updated: 5:06 PM
A new survey shows Americans misjudge their current health status and they underestimate how much money they will have to spend on health care expenses in retirement.
Posted: 10:24 AM
A Valley family has a new addition to help its child cope with an insulin disease that's similar to diabetes. A WHSV reporter spoke with the family.
Updated: 3:30 PM
A mass litigation trial against the nation's largest tobacco manufacturers is wrapping up in Charleston.
Posted: 12:17 PM
Officials at Shenandoah National Park are working on a plan to stop the spread of chronic wasting disease.
Posted: 11:09 AM
Angelina Jolie's decision to get a mastectomy is not uncommon. A WHSV reporter spoke with women in the Valley about how they view her decision.
Updated: 7:27 PM
An FBI agent in Stafford County is charged with second-degree murder in the shooting death of his estranged wife.
Updated: 11:57 AM
The state health commissioner awarded a Valley nurse as Virginia's public health nurse of the year. She was chosen out of four candidates by region in the state.
Updated: 6:49 PM
Are we unknowingly making ourselves and others sick?
Posted: 10:12 AM
Do you ever want to change something about the way you look? Many people turn to plastic surgery for help, but how young is too young to go under the knife?
Updated: 10:20 AM
An alternative economy group hit 150 members on Tuesday.
Updated: 7:20 PM
Expansion plans at the Arlington National Cemetery are prompting environmental concerns.
Posted: 8:29 AM
Do you know the signs of stroke, and what to do if you or someone else has a symptom? Hear the answers from Dr. Dan Chehebar, Rockingham Memorial Hospital Neurologist and Stroke Medical Director. Click on the video above to see the One-on-One interview.
Updated: 6:54 AM
The Plan B morning-after pill is moving over-the-counter, a decision announced by the Food and Drug Administration just days before a court-imposed deadline.
Updated: 12:12 PM
The sun's intensity on April 30th is equal to what day later in the year? That answer and how spring sun intensity impacts you is in our One-on-One interview.
Posted: 6:32 PM
A local fundraiser will use cupcakes to fight a leading cause of lung cancer.
Updated: 5:50 PM
National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day is this Saturday, April 27, from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Hear why you should take part in it, in our One-on-One interview.
Updated: 6:58 AM
An event this weekend will help end prescription drug abuse and protect the environment in the Valley. All it takes is community participation.
Updated: 6:30 PM
The American Lung Association says two metropolitan areas in West Virginia are among the 25 worst in the country for year-round particle pollution.
Posted: 2:15 PM
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