According to the CDC, nearly 7-percent of American children have ADHD.
The federal government wants stronger warnings on indoor tanning beds as more young people develop a deadly form of skin cancer.
Pat Newby has traveled to 87 countries and all seven continents, but a recent trip left her with nagging neck pain.
Being physical helps youngsters build up their muscles and bones, keeps their weight down.
Do you think you aren't a distracted driver? Well the state department of health says that if you eat or drink behind the wheel, adjust your radio, or use a navigation system, then you are distracted.
Our vision may seem a little blurry with age.
Melanoma is the deadliest form of skin cancer, usually caused by exposure to ultra-violet rays.
With baseball season in full swing it's not just the big leaguers who are taking to the field.
Every year on April Second, Autism organizations around the world observe the day with awareness programs and fundraisers.
A new study of kids' meals at the nation's top chain restaurants is out Thursday afternoon.
The Centers for Disease Control says healthy American adults should be eating no more than 2,300 milligrams of sodium per day, but study after study finds that people are eating way over that amount.
A Plymouth teen with a severe peanut allergy died after eating a cookie.
For first time drivers under the age of 18 there are a more few rules to abide by.
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - One of the scariest parts of bypass surgery - having your heart stopped and going on a heart-lung machine while doctors fix your clogged arteries - is safe even in the elderly and doesn't cause mental decline as many people have feared, two landmark studies show.
An outbreak of fungal meningitis has been linked to steroid shots for back pain. The medication, made by a specialty pharmacy in Massachusetts, has been recalled.
TEXOMA -- The Center for Disease Control reports a drop in Texoma's teen pregnancy rates from 2007 to 2010. That's a decline of 14% in Oklahoma and 15% in Texas . This Moms Everyday Health segment, uncovers a natural therapy for moms-to-be no matter what age.
SHERMAN, TX -- LASIK Vision Correction has been around almost twenty years in the U.S. yet many are still apprehensive about getting this sight enhancing procedure. For this Moms Everyday Health segment, we'll look at some common misconceptions about LASIK surgery.
GRAYSON COUNTY, TX-- with temperatures expected to hit the hundred degree mark this week, it's important to keep cool. But if you don't have air conditioning there's a place you can go.
SHERMAN, TX-Texoma is also feeling the triple-digit heat putting those who work outside at risk of heat related illnesses.
WASHINGTON (AP) - Fighting obesity will require changes everywhere Americans live, work, play and learn, says a major new report that outlines dozens of options - from building more walkable neighborhoods to zoning limits on fast-food restaurants to selling healthier snacks in sports arenas.
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - The 2012 flu season in Oklahoma is ending with fewer than half the number of confirmed cases as in 2011 and nearly two-thirds fewer deaths.
Today we get up close and personal in our steps against breast cancer. Anchor Abby Powell takes us into a mammography room to give us a look at exactly what happens during a mammogram. By taking October's Awareness Month into Action in November, we are gaining more knowledge so that the women of Texoma will be empowered to fight and beat breast cancer together.
GRAYSON COUNTY, TX-A study conducted by Kimberly-Clark will make you think twice about the things you touch everyday.
ARDMORE, OK-- Statistics show people with diabetes have a 65% greater risk of developing Alzheimer's. Now, the same insulin used for diabetics could be used to help treat Alzheimer's patients.
ARDMORE,OK--A recent report by Trust for America's Health ranked Oklahoma as the seventh most obese state in the country. Health experts and city officials across Oklahoma say they're trying to do something about it.
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