Financial assistance for Atrium patient stripped without notice

A statement from Atrium says they rolled out a new program to automate billing and financial assistance services. They waived the bills after WBTV got involved.

  FDA approves first postpartum depression drug for mothers

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced on Tuesday that it has approved the first-ever postpartum depression drug for mothers.

  Celebrating Non-Scale Victories for Day 80 of #TeamNOSugar!

I read somewhere that the scale is a finicky foe. On your side one week and seemingly trying to kick you while you’re down (figuratively speaking , of course) the next!

  ‘You have to decide to open your mind to it even before you open your mouth to it.’ Charlotte doctor on re-training your taste buds.

If you're trying to eat healthier - but you just can't stand brussel sprouts or spinach, you can change that. It just takes training your taste buds.

  Steve Crump’s journey back to WBTV after battle with cancer

Sharing my illness openly, honestly and publicly was one thing - but living with and recovering from colon cancer has not been an easy task.

More lots of blood pressure medications recalled due to impurity

43 lots in total have been recalled.

Another 43 lots of medication used to treat high blood pressure, congestive heart failure recalled

Legacy Pharmaceutical Packaging is voluntarily recalling 43 lots of medication used to treat high blood pressure and congestive heart failure. Do not stop taking the medication until you have a new treatment plan prepared by a doctor or pharmacist.

Nearly 200,000 pounds of ready-to-eat pork sausages recalled due to possible contamination

This recall is being initiated due to product tampering, following the production process.

78,000 pounds of ground turkey recalled due to Salmonella Schwarzengrund concerns

Symptoms include diarrhea, abdominal cramps, and fever.

  ‘I think it was meant for me to happen.’ 22-year-old youngest Colorectal Cancer patient Novant Health has treated

It's been a harrowing couple of years for 24 year old Charlie Robuck.

Rabid goat might have spread infection to nine people in South Carolina, state says

A rabid goat in South Carolina may have infected nine people with the disease, according to state public health officials.

  Teen raises cancer funds that could now help save her own life

The teen never could have known the money she was raising for several weeks with other students, would end up helping to treat her.

Raccoon tests positive for rabies after killing cat in Mint Hill

The attack happened on March 6 at a home on Alexis Drive, which runs between Allan Black Road and Whitmire Lane near I-485.


  Neighbor offers helping hand after boy injured in NC lawnmower accident

Tattoo artist Josh Mayes is hoping his talents illustrating tattoos can help raise money for a little boy who was seriously hurt during a lawnmower incident in Lincoln County.