Members of the Eliza Pillars State Nursing Association and District 16 Mississippi Nurses Association kicked off a big project Saturday at the auditorium of EMEPA. They are trying to target health care disparities among minority groups.
Updated: 9:13 PM
It turns out you can actually learn something about your health during physical education class at Northeast Lauderdale Elementary School.
Updated: 8:13 PM
Health officials say one new case of West Nile virus has been reported in Mississippi, bringing the state total to seven so far this year.
Posted: 10:13 AM
Rush Hospital will host a job fair and health fair Oct. 27 in DeKalb for anyone interested in applying for a job in all areas of the hospital.
Updated: 6:52 PM
The Mississippi Department of Health will hold a series of luncheons to educate the public about the dangers of secondhand smoke.
Posted: 11:08 AM
A Tennessee food company is recalling eight lots of breaded okra because it contains milk not shown on the label.
Posted: 2:53 PM
Rush Health Systems invited over a thousand allied health students to see the opportunities available in the medical field.
Updated: 7:49 PM
A boil water notice is in effect for Quitman residents who are served by the North Jackson Water Well.
Posted: 6:05 PM
For well-known Mississippi personality, Paul Ott Carruth, and his family, the subject of breast cancer is very important and very personal.
Updated: 8:35 PM
Alabama's beaches are getting a boost from two free concerts coming up this week.
Posted: 10:15 AM
Some Mississippi lawmakers say funding health care programs in the state could be more difficult, due to a tough economy.
Updated: 7:47 PM
Health officials say one new case of West Nile virus has been reported in Mississippi, bringing the state total to six so far this year.
Posted: 2:56 PM
Crowds of people lined up Sunday at Meridian's Bonita Lakes Park to walk. They were walking in the 2010 Walk for Diabetes.
Updated: 11:31 PM
Sunday was the 3rd Annual Meridian Donor Recognition Ceremony. All the family members of donors in the area came together to share their own memories.
Updated: 11:10 PM
A new study finds the mold that pervaded New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina didn't lead to a general increase in mold allergies.
Posted: 11:12 AM
Staff members of a local hospital are starting a new method of educating the public about what to expect during a pregnancy.
Posted: 9:19 PM
Beaverdam Water Association in Vossburg has issued a boil water notice for customers.
Posted: 12:31 PM
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, around the nation, and here in Meridian.
Updated: 9:11 PM
Organizers are gearing up for the Diabetes Foundation of Mississippi's annual Walk for Diabetes in Meridian.
Updated: 11:57 PM
Several key components of The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, or federal health care law, went into effect Thursday.
Updated: 7:02 PM
September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month. Each year more than 12,000 children are diagnosed with cancer. Of those, roughly 3,500 do not survive it. A local organization is now working to change that.
Updated: 7:53 PM
Anderson Regional Medical Center has broken ground for a new primary clinic in Enterprise.
Updated: 7:38 PM
Health officials say one new case of West Nile virus has been reported in Mississippi, bringing the state total to five so far this year.
Posted: 10:55 AM
A special program Friday night, Stand Up to Cancer, seeks to boost funding for research. Julie Blaine knows the value of finding a cure.
Updated: 8:01 PM
Just about everyone has been touched by cancer. For this reason, officials with the American Cancer Society say fighting it is as important as ever.
Updated: 10:58 AM
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