GREENVILLE - At least 443,000 individuals in the United States will die this year due to issues linked with smoking, according to the American Cancer Society.
GREENVILLE — Ed Spicer has been told that he is the only patient who has been undergoing treatment continuously at the dialysis center in Greenville since it opened.
GREENVILLE — Marcus York, an Arcanum High School graduate of is the subject of a fundraising campaign that is currently underway.
UNION CITY, Ohio — Linda Hartzell will celebrate her eighth anniversary with Spirit Medical Transport on Feb. 16, 2015.
GREENVILLE — Ben Bowman was on the telephone with a friend when he got an incoming phone call Nov. 3 that could give him another chance at life.
COLUMBUS, Ohio - The Ohio Department of Health has a new medical director.
DARKE COUNTY- The Ebola outbreak is a hot topic in headlines across the world, but with the flu season also in full swing it's important to know the difference between the two.
GREENVILLE - The unique and very personal experiences of women finding their way through cancer diagnosis, treatment, and troubling appearance concerns come to life in the American Cancer Society Look Good Feel Better® program. When a woman is...
NEW MADISON — The Village of New Madison will be the home of a new Family Health medical center, with construction to be completed within the next year.
GREENVILLE - With the impending move to new headquarters, Village Green Healthcare Center is preparing to enhance its senior living services, and residents have been packing their belongings in preparation for a move that they have been eagerly...
GREENVILLE - Thanks to Nancy Rush and Kathy Street, the growing financial burdens of local couple Jeff and Ellie Keaser, each diagnosed with cancer, could possibly dwindle.
DARKE COUNTY - Diana Unger, personal trainer with Warrior Strength Workouts, was introduced at the recent proclamation signing of October: Domestic Violence Awareness Month, to be collaborating with Jesse Berry of Forest Martial Arts, to help young...
GREENVILLE - Ann Glidewell was recently honored by her peers in observance of her 40th anniversary in public health.
GREENVILLE - On Wednesday Wayne HealthCare employees and volunteers went pink in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
I hope this October, you've been able to join with others across the nation to honor, remember and reflect on the brave individuals who have battled, and are currently battling, breast cancer. First established in 1985, the annual Breast Cancer...
October is National Disability Employment Awareness Month. I'm curious, how do you feel as a society that the world is doing employing people with disabilities?
WASHINGTON — President Barack Obama said Tuesday that the United States can't be seen as shying away from battle against Ebola and must support health care workers who are returning from the front lines in Africa.