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Polio vaccine: Jonas Salk's game-changer for a panicked nation
Dr. Jonas Salk was so sure his vaccine would work safely to stop a virus that caused paralysis, he tested it on himself and his own family.
Doctors perform successful surgery on baby inside womb
A team of doctors from the Fetal Care Center at Medical City Children's Hospital were able to perform "open fetal surgery," the first procedure of it's kind in North Texas.
New treatment for postpartum depression
Buddy Call: Age is just a number
Study links eggs to heart disease risk
Speaking of health: How to fight allergies in the Midlands
How to prepare for allergy season
5 reasons to do a digital detox
Mom raises awareness, presses hospital after sudden death of her baby
Just eight days ago, Ginger McCall's 7-week-old baby girl was healthy and happy. But within 48 hours, Evianna's health deteriorated. She died last Sunday.
Sisters give birth within an hour of each other
Within an hour, both baby Steiner and baby Haze were born, each weighing 6 pounds and 13 ounces.
This man is first to purchase smokable medical marijuana in Florida
"It’s replaced 15 meds. Hopefully, this will help more folks get off all the pills and start living a good life again."
Sunny and cooler than normal.
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'Distance only means a trip to go get you': SC armed robbery suspect arrested in Texas
Cheers! Cocktails to ring in the new year
Joe Cooks!-Dutch Fork Football Players Make 7UP Pound Cake
A strawberry shortcake recipe for a great summer dessert
If You’re An Arachnophobe, Look Away: ‘Tarantula Burger' Being Served in NC
Thanksgiving Tips From Local Chefs
Creepy Cocktails For Your Halloween Party
Woman who was smallest baby in Texas now works at the NICU that saved her life
When Tammy Lewis was born in 1985, she weighed 1 pound and 4 ounces, making her the smallest baby in Texas at the time. Doctors said she had a 5 to 10 percent survival rate.
Baby cough syrup recalled for infant vomiting, diarrhea risk
DG/health Naturals baby Cough Syrup + Mucus may have a bacteria that, in rare cases, could be deadly.
'She's a fighter through and through': Woman hospitalized with heart complications from Type A flu
Family members say Janna Kiger, 24, contracted Type A Flu that attacked her heart, putting her in the hospital for almost two weeks.
Parts of the Midlands saw snow Tuesday morning
Photos: Bank robbery shooting on Forest Drive in Columbia
Photos: Confederate Flag Comes Down
Orangeburg investigators find drugs and loaded guns at apartment
PHOTOS | It’s An Arctic Wonderland At The NC Zoo!
It’s All About The Top Hat, Eyes Made Of Coal, Carrot Nose!
Smoking with young children in vehicle could soon be illegal in Ohio
14 out of 100: Columbia makes list of fattest US cities
FDA approves first postpartum depression drug
Clinic with SC locations accused of 'liberally' prescribing unneeded opioids
This mom is fighting to end outrageous ER bills – and she's an ER doctor
4-year-old Texas boy survives rare form of cancer
Dealership gives car to man who drove burning car out of hospital parking garage
Man learns his wife is cancer free, then wins $1 million on $5 poker bet
The 'Signing Princess' beats statistics, graduates college
‘I think I have your dog’: Army veteran’s stolen dog returned after suspicious anonymous call
Hundreds give surprise gift of song to woman with cancer
Twin boys with Down syndrome are an inspiration on social media, with followers around the world
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