A new Charlottesville non-profit is helping cancer survivors regain confidence from the outside in.
Data released Wednesday shows drastic disparities in what different hospitals charge for the same procedure, drawing questions about how hospitals set their prices.
The Food and Drug Administration is investigating how added caffeine impacts kids after a new caffeine gum hits the market.
The Children's Learning Clinic at UVa's Curry school of Education is offering new service for children with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. One such service is a wristwatch-like device which reads a child's activity levels to help detect and monitor ADHD
A UVa. group teamed up with nine local organizations to host the first Traumatic Brain Injury Education Awareness Fair in Charlottesville on Saturday.
From spring allergies to the flu, we're tracking what's going around in Central Virginia.
A new study from the University of Virginia School of Medicine says young children who drink skim milk are more likely to gain weight than those who drink whole milk.
This week a respiratory virus known as RSV is going around. Doctor Paige Nolte of Palmyra Medical Associates says Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV) can be seen in adults as well as children.
The Women's Committee of Martha Jefferson presented a check to Martha Jefferson Hospital for $425,728.
In this week’s What’s Going Around we’re focusing on the flu and seasonal depression.
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