Expecting mothers often enlist the help of birth doula to provide emotional support and education throughout their pregnancy. Now, end of life doulas are becoming popular for people whose loved ones are nearing death.
A Gaston County woman spent nearly eight months disputing a medical bill she received nearly a year and a half after she received emergency room care. After contacting WBTV, her medical bill was forgiven.
As 2020 approaches, many people will sign up for a gym membership to achieve their New Year resolutions. The Better Business Bureau of Charlotte recommends doing these things before signing a contract.
Chemicals are in everything we use; from the food we eat to the car seats we put our children in. Some families in the Carolinas and across the country are becoming more cognizant of what makes up the products they use every day.
The U.S. government announced a plan to reduce the number of new HIV infections by 90 percent in the next 10 years. The plan is called “Ending the HIV Epidemic: A Plan for America." It will be rolled out in 50 locations first; Mecklenburg County is one of those locations.
Levine Children’s Hospital has been a part of clinical trials for more than a decade. One doctor says they are getting closer, but more research and resources are needed to improve survival rates even further.
It’s been 12 years since the HPV vaccine has been on the market. Its effectiveness has been documented through shrinking infection rates, but physicians say the numbers could be better if everyone were to get vaccinated.
Novant Health is utilizing new technology to help physicians detect and treat a specific type of stroke faster. By cutting down the time to diagnose the stroke, they hope to see patients make better recoveries.