Health

Breast Cancer Symposium is October 23


Why you should get your flu shot early


Reminders to keep you and your family safe on World Rabies Day


Bay County re-issues precautionary boil water notice


Boil water notice for part of Panama City Beach


Discussion about concussions in children


Getting your flu shot before the sniffles hit


Fifth human case of West Nile confirmed in Bay County


Rabid raccoon captured in Panama City's Cove area


Fourth fox tests positive for rabies in Walton County


New trend in street drugs


Teenage e-cig epidemic


Employees save coworker's life with teamwork, prayers, and an AED


Local hospital offering free mental health screenings


Controlling the mosquito population after tropical depression Gordon


Free Hernia Screening


Life Management Center, SPARE teaming up for Suicide Prevention Month


Make sure to get your flu shot


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As U.S. suicide rates rise, Hispanics show relative immunity

Support from family and community appear to shield Latinos from rising suicide rates, researchers say.

Man tries to carjack Houston news van then steals police car

When two police officers showed up, the carjacker pushed one of them down, dragged the other one out of the car and drove off with their cruiser, KPRC and police said.

Climate change just got more real: It could double the price of beer

Barley shortages due to extreme weather events mean a pint of beer in Ireland could rise from about $2.50 to $5.00.

Iowa drifter to stand trial in January in killing of golf champion

Collin Richards, 22, will stand trial Jan. 15 for first-degree murder in the death of Iowa State University student Celia Barquín Arozamena.

Despite another failure, experts say HIV prevention drug PrEP is still effective

Health officials recently reported the sixth confirmed failure of Truvada, but experts stress the HIV-prevention pill is still nearly 100 percent effective.