Dr. Arnold and Jeanie Hopland could be facing a two-week quarantine half way around the world because of the coronavirus epidemic, and have now been separated from each other during the ordeal.
Dr. Joel Hillhouse, associate dean for research in East Tennessee State University’s College of Public Health, has co-authored an editorial that challenges the tanning bed industry’s attempts to change the conversation about the dangers of tanning bed use.
The First District Dental Society will mark the end of National Children’s Dental Health Month by unveiling a new exhibit at Gray’s Hands-On! Discovery Center.
Health officials Thursday reported the first U.S. case of person-to-person spread of the new virus from China.
Physical education may be directly related to how students perform academically, according to a local physical education instructor and researcher at Milligan College.
It takes 20 days to turn a new activity into a habit.
From his laboratory at East Tennessee State University’s Eastman Valleybrook campus, Dr. W. Andrew Clark combines his interests in research and entrepreneurship to inspire his students to see how their own research can result in innovative health care solutions.
Although recent numbers indicate Ballad Health’s revenues are continuing to maintain an overall lead on expenditures, Executive Chairman, President and CEO Alan Levine believes the system’s operating margin still has room for growth.
Only at this time of year can you find a cow running alongside Batgirl at Founders Park in Johnson City. Niswonger Children's Hospital's annual Scarecrow Skedaddle & Shindig drew hundreds of runners, walkers and supporters to downtown Johnson City.
As we approach a month of fall, the weather is finally getting cooler once again. But with those cooler temperatures, we are experiencing more drab days.
NASHVILLE — Health officials on Thursday confirmed Nashville's first death associated with the use of electronic cigarettes.
Washington County Health Department Director Christen Minnick says there’s still work to be done when it comes to improving the county’s overall health.
Claire Fox was born with major health problems.
The annual Pinnacle Trail Challenge, a 4.8-mile benefit footrace to the top of Buffalo Mountain, is coming up Saturday, Sept. 28.
Officials with the towns of Erwin and Unicoi got their first look Thursday at preliminary designs for pedestrian and bike trail to link the towns’ popular Pinnacle Fire Tower Trail in Unicoi and Erwin Linear Trail.