Health officials are now reporting they’ve found the first human case of West Nile virus in Davidson County. Infected mosquitos were found in Goodlettsville, Hermitage and Antioch over the summer. The person with West Nile lives in Antioch, but no other details are being released at this time.Read more ›
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Tennessee Republican Bob Corkerâ€™s GAIN Act has passed the Senate. As WPLNâ€™s Nina Cardona reports, itâ€™s a plan to spur development of new antibiotics that work on drug-resistant â€śsuperbugs.â€ťRead more ›
Come February, McGavock High School will be transformed into a massive health clinic for two days. Medical, dental and vision services will be offered to an estimated 2,000 people, all free of charge.Read more ›
A new report shows that many of Tennesseeâ€™s healthiest counties are in the midstate.Read more ›
Vanderbilt University has claimed the lionâ€™s share of stimulus funds spent on health research in Tennessee to date.Read more ›
A local business called Change:Healthcare is offering consumer information on health and prescriptions via Twitter.Read more ›