ELIZABETHTON — “Meeting moms were they are,” is more than just the title of a series of health programs that will be presented next Monday at the Tennessee College of Applied Technology-Elizabethton, 426 Tenn. Highway 91 in the Watauga Industrial
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This month’s column will deviate from my usual theme of “curiosity” so that I can tell you about what feels like a big change in my life — quitting cigarettes.
Researchers at East Tennessee State University recently received a two-year, $148,000 grant through the National Institutes of Health (NIH) Small Grant Program (R03) to study childhood obesity.
A deadly salmonella outbreak has affected nearly 800 people nationally and sickened 56 Tennesseans.
There’s not much that is harder to cope with than having the use of your legs taken away from you.
Infertility can be incredibly difficult for families and couples to not only come to terms with, but to speak about as well.
Tennessee Governor Bill Lee will visit Unicoi Tuesday for a public meet and greet to be held from 11 a.m.-noon at the Unicoi Tourism Information and Visitors Center at 106 Unicoi Village Drive.
KINGSPORT — A new course for the 30th running of the Crazy 8s 8K didn’t bring a new world record to the “Model City” on Saturday, but it did bring some glowing reviews from runners both elite and casual.
The 30th running of the Crazy 8s 8K is coming on Saturday with a scheduled start at 8:58 p.m. in front of Dobyns-Bennett in Kingsport.
Have you ever thought about how running can help out at city or even state parks?
“Knowledge is Power!” Or at least that’s how members of the Northeast Tennessee Multiple Myeloma Support Group go about their lives while living with a disease with a five-year survival rate of just
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KINGSPORT — The Ballad Health and Niswonger Children’s Hospital Crazy 8s 8K Run has reached another milestone this year, celebrating its 30th running.
The Tennessee Regional Health Department confirmed Monday that one person in the area was sickened last week after contracting E. coli, and the incident remained under investigation to determine the source.
CHICAGO — Dozing off to late-night TV or sleeping with other lights on may mix up your metabolism and lead to weight gain and even obesity, provocative but preliminary U.S. research suggests.
The temperatures are rising and local runners are hoping to burn up the roads this summer in the Tri-Cities and beyond.