If you prepare the Easter baskets for your kids, there are ways to make them healthier.
Starbucks has jumped on the kale bandwagon.
We pick away at dental myths.
Chronic pain affects one third of Americans or about 133 million people.
The Oklahoma State Department of Health (OSDH) is investigating a confirmed case of measles in Stillwater located in Payne County. This is the first confirmed case in Oklahoma since 1997.
Putting new learning styles to the test, when you're getting new information.
Forget blood transfusions, scientists discover a new way to save lives.
By now most people have seen or heard of the graphic anti-smoking ads from the Centers for Disease Control.
In recent years, the Public Health District and other organizations, have pushed for a healthier community. From anti-smoking measures to campaigns to reduce obesity and heart disease, is it actually showing results?
Human stem cells are helping mice with a condition like Multiple Sclerosis walk again!
Aquatherapy is helping seniors recover faster!
A new study reveals the pay gap between male and female nurses has not narrowed over time.
If you down a daily cup of coffee, like 61 percent of Americans, you probably keep an eye on the headlines about coffee’s impact on your health. They seem to change as quickly as the time it takes to brew a pot. Consumer Reports tells us if we should savor every drop or cut down on what we drink.
A 22-month-old is brought back to life after 90 minutes with no pulse.
A better type of radiation is now helping children.
Early evidence suggests an experimental drug may help slow memory loss in people who may be in the early stages of Alzheimer's disease but who have not yet been diagnosed.
A procedure that finally helped a man who choked every time he ate!
A 5-year-old boy confined to a hospital room due to a rare immune disorder is asking people to wear yellow in a show of support before his next operation — and the response on social media has been overwhelming, his family says.
The rare transplant that saved one woman's life.
How one woman's fingernails helped doctors figure out what was wrong with her.