Federal health officials say the number of lab-confirmed cases of peanut butter-associated salmonella has climbed to 370, up from the 329 reported last week.
Posted: 1:16 PM
State health officials say the flu is in full swing across Virginia.
Posted: 1:10 PM
Some valley residents say it's an issue that involves religious beliefs and others say its all about keeping a child safe.
Posted: 9:32 AM
Legislation to require schoolgirls to receive a vaccine for the sexually transmitted virus that can cause cervical cancer could face scrutiny when it gets to Governor Tim Kaine.
Posted: 7:51 AM
With this bitter cold upon us, it's easier now than ever for people, especially the elderly and children to get hypothermia if they are outdoors for an extended period of time.
Updated: 10:54 AM
VA Senate Passes Public Smoking Ban.
Posted: 8:49 PM
One of the major backers of legislation requiring a new vaccination for middle school girls is the company that makes the vaccine.
Updated: 1:30 PM
Abraham's law cleared a Virginia Senate Committee on Friday.
Posted: 8:04 AM
New research shows that older adults who've had a bone fracture need to take special care because they are at high risk for a second break.
Updated: 8:59 PM
Doctors say there may be a surprising and simple method to help keep HIV under control: daily doses of a mineral called selenium.
Updated: 8:32 PM
More than 120 students are recovering from a bad case of the stomach flu at Radford University.
Updated: 8:33 PM
Seniors often take growth hormones even though the drugs are not approved by the FDA for anti-aging. Now, new research published this week, suggests that the hormones don't actually work.
Updated: 8:21 PM
You can workout for $15.00 a year.
Updated: 7:47 AM
When the sun goes down, the risk goes up for carbon monoxide poisoning as homeowners try to stay warm.
Updated: 8:56 PM
If you're a member of the 5,000 laughter clubs around the world, you might be busting up several times a week
Updated: 9:02 PM
A new program, called Take a Peak, is a store-wide effort designed to help people follow the food pyramid guidelines set out by the USDA.
Updated: 8:57 PM
Doctors typically prescribe medications to a heart attack victim in order to prevent a second heart attack in the future.
Updated: 7:58 PM
Health care spending in the United States has slowed in recent years to the lowest growth since 1999.
Updated: 8:44 PM
A possible side-step to the controversy over destroying embryos for stem cell research.
Updated: 8:42 PM
The government is cracking down on marketers of four weight-control pills.
Updated: 9:03 PM
A new treatment, in the form of a skin patch, may be on the horizon for patients suffering from Parkinson's Disease.
Updated: 8:56 PM
Disabling spasticity affects as many as four in 10 stroke survivors. But Botox is providing relief.
Posted: 8:27 PM
Trans fat, often used to fry fast foods, has been blamed for increasing obesity, heart disease and diabetes.
Posted: 7:49 PM
Starting on Tuesday, smokers are being forced
outside of the District of Columbia's bars and nightclubs.
Updated: 7:17 AM
Many forget popping the cork at midnight can be a dangerous thing if done incorrectly.
Updated: 9:25 PM
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