The Medical Center of Central Georgia celebrated the 40th anniversary of its Neonatal Intensive Care Unit Wednesday.
A Fargo, N.D., woman says she will give trick-or-treaters that she deems "moderately obese" a letter instead of candy this Halloween.
President Obama may praise Mitt Romney's health care plan in Massachusetts on Wednesday, but Romney is not returning the favor when it comes to Obamacare nationally.
The federal government is issuing its first guidelines to schools on how to protect children with food allergies.
Georgia College and State University received a $325,000 grant over the next three years to continue expanding programs that promote a healthy lifestyle and fight childhood obesity.
HHS secretary to testify Wednesday that HealthCare.gov's issues are 'not acceptable.'
A research report says states can combat rising prison health care costs by expanding Medicaid under the Affordable Care Act, outsourcing and other measures.
A top Obama administration official is apologizing for the problems that have kept Americans from successfully signing up for coverage at the government's health care website.
A special member of the Roswell community took the field with the Roswell High School Hornets at their practice Monday night.
Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack will visit Atlanta to promote President Barack Obama's health care overhaul.
The American Academy of Pediatrics has new advice many kids will find hard to swallow: It wants limits on tweeting, texting and other social media.
Those who qualify can get federal subsidies to offset the cost of a health insurance plan through healthcare.gov.
A growing number of the president's allies are worried about political fallout from glitches in the administration's health insurance website.
John McAfee said he turned down a request from a House committee to remedy HealthCare.gov because it has "no interest in fixing anything."
Not enough tests were performed on the HealthCare.gov website by the government and its contractors before the site was launched Oct. 1, a Department of Health and Human Services official said Thursday.
A central Indiana woman who promised to donate one of her kidneys to a man she barely knew has married him three years after his successful transplant surgery.
Doctors now have convincing evidence that they put HIV into remission, hopefully for good, in a Mississippi baby born with the AIDS virus. It's a medical first that has prompted a study to test early aggressive treatment in other babies born with HIV.
Simply put: People who wait until the end of the initial enrollment period - March 31 - will not be penalized.
Reser's Fine Foods in Topeka, Kan., is recalling about 22,800 pounds of potentially bacteria-tainted chicken, ham and beef products.
House Democrats are worried about persistent problems with the rollout of President Barack Obama's health care law - and one says the president needs to "man up" and fire those responsible.
The Food and Drug Administration is asking dog and cat owners to report any problems their pets have had after eating jerky pet treats.
A new surgical procedure at the Medical Center is giving throat cancer patients a second chance. However, there are still some questions about how effective the technology really is.
President Obama addressed technical problems on the healthcare.gov website, promising changes and solutions.
They say the FBI, the IRS and Secret Service were all involved in investigating "a major criminal enterprise."
Members of a Macon church have asked police to help them get the church's Cadillac back from a former pastor.
A federal judge in Macon sent a Hussein Ali Asfour to Philadelphia to face charges of buying and shipping about 7,000 stolen cell phones. He's charged in connection with an alleged international weapons-trafficking scheme.
Police say the armed man entered the store with a bandana over his face.
For weeks, Casey Anthony sat at her murder trial with her defense team anxiously waiting for prosecutors to drop a bombshell: computer evidence, the state would argue, showing Anthony researched how to kill with poison and suffocation on the same afternoon her daughter, Caylee, was killed by poison and suffocation.
Four people were arrested at a Dublin Wal-Mart after trying to use pill prescriptions from a Florida pain clinic that was raided by federal agents the same day, according to the GBI.
Erik Mize is also charged with murder in a separate Warner Robins case. DA Kelly Burke vows to prosecute that case "vigorously and passionately" as well.
The increase is three-tenths of a percentage point higher than April's rate.
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