Posted: 1:14 PM State Health officials credit improved prenatal and infant health care for lowest infant mortality rate.
Updated: 5:43 PM Georgia school boards and public libraries will have to pay more for the employer share of health insurance following a decision by the Community Health Board.
Updated: 6:43 PM The first ever health fair was held today at the Rose Hill Senior Center.
Posted: 3:35 PM State mental health officials have announced expanding service at an Albany facility is expected to create 20 new jobs in the area.
Posted: 3:32 PM U.S. health officials say doctors should consider giving a daily AIDS drug to another high risk group to prevent infection -- people who shoot heroin, methamphetamines or other injection drugs.
Posted: 1:50 PM A new weight loss drug is expected to hit the market Tuesday.
Posted: 5:17 PM Doctors say this allergy season could turn into the longest, strongest season ever.
News 4's Muriel Bailey spoke with local doctors and has more on what you can do to make yourself comfortable this spring.
Posted: 2:50 PM The Alabama Department of Public Health says no one in Alabama has reported any adverse effects from a potentially contaminated injectable steroid from a compounding pharmacy in Tennessee.
Updated: 2:02 PM State officials have launched the first phase of a network aiming to automate health care referrals between patients and providers.
Updated: 5:59 PM Another way we protect our children is with vaccinations, but they're not always perfect.
Posted: 1:48 PM A new study shows the rates of prescription poisonings in children are increasing.
Updated: 5:43 PM Wiregrass community is coming together to help one of their own.
Updated: 6:39 PM Breast cancer is a tough diagnosis that 1 in 8 women will face.
Updated: 3:09 PM Obese mothers tend to have kids who become obese. Now provocative research suggests weight-loss surgery may help break that unhealthy cycle in an unexpected way -- by affecting how their children's genes behave.
Updated: 7:01 PM Drug abuse isn't an easy topic for parents to talk about, but it could save a child's life.
Don't be ashamed to get help, because it could make all the difference.
Updated: 6:03 PM With summer just a few days away, WYVY gives you tips on how water is the most important way to keep your children hydrated.
Updated: 5:42 PM The prestigious Institute of Medicine is recommending that schools provide opportunities for at least 60 minutes of physical activity each day for students and treat physical education as a core subject.
Updated: 2:32 PM Health officials say lab tests have ruled out any unusual germ as the cause of nine mysterious illnesses in Southeast Alabama.
Updated: 1:50 AM A report by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is showing a big drop in teen birth rates that some experts say is startling.
Updated: 6:53 PM Doctors throughout Alabama have gotten notices from the State Department of Health about the unidentified respiratory illness that has killed two and hospitalized five more.
Posted: 3:35 PM It's something nearly every child faces and it can be one of the trickiest conversations for parents—peer pressure. Kids face this decision everyday—do what you’re told or go along with your friends. So how do you convince them that their friends don’t know everything?
Updated: 3:50 PM No matter how close your family is, talking about certain issues just isn’t easy—it’s uncomfortable for the parents and awkward for the kids.
Updated: 5:36 PM Multiple government agencies are investigating an unknown respiratory illnesses that has killed two.
Updated: 12:37 PM Phone counselors are now available to help long-term care Medicaid recipients choose their health plans.
Updated: 12:22 PM The United Nation's food agency is pushing a new super food group.
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