On April 6th, thousands will gather at Carowinds to participate in the JDRF One Walk, which raises money and awareness to find a cure for Type 1 diabetes. Dr. Diana Miller, a pediatric endocrinologist from Novant Health is here to tell us more.
There’s a strong chance this flu season has peaked, but health officials are watching a recent wave of illnesses from a nastier flu strain.
A child 4 years old or younger and two other young people are listed among the latest flu victims in North Carolina.
Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department's Animal Care & Control says a skunk captured in Cornelius has tested positive for rabies.
From bank accounts to birthdays, you know a lot of numbers by heart. But do you know three key numbers that could help save your life? We often disregard – or don’t even know – our blood pressure, BMI, glucose levels. But knowing these numbers is vital to one’s health.
Posts you write about how you're feeling could lead to police at your door. It already happened in Rock Hill, when a Facebook employee called 911 after a man posted about wanting to kill himself.
The Cleveland County Health Department says the county's first rabies case of 2019 has been confirmed.
ONE Charlotte Health Alliance, formed by Atrium Health, Novant Health and the Mecklenburg County Health Department, have partnered to bring two all-new mobile health units to provide medical, dental and behavioral health services to areas defined as Public Health Priority Areas in the Charlotte area.
A new federal law is supposed to make shopping for health care easier, but finding the best care can be difficult when having to navigate through pages and pages of medical jargon listed on hospital's websites.
Many health care facilities, not allowing children until number of flu cases decrease. It's so widespread that Ashe County school district will shut down because of the virus.
North Carolina health officials are citing a growing number of flu related cases across the state, so local hospitals are implementing visitor restrictions to help better protect visitors and patients.
Influenza activity is rising in North Carolina as we move closer to the peak of the 2018-19 flu season.
Ashe County Public Schools will be closed on Friday, February 8th due to an increase in flu outbreaks.