Health

New report gives mental health organizations additional insight


Property tax would fund mental health programs in Knox County


Physical therapists say they're treating more and more patients with "text neck"


Anti-allergy medicine EpiPen recall expands to US


Part of Fulton under boil order-UPDATED


33 states do not require AED's in public schools


Staph Infection Outbreak in Rock Island County


Quad Cities health professionals working to fill the need for nurses


Allergists see cases of tree pollen allergies to the QCA early this year


Is Guinness really 'good for you'?


Local hospitals work to raise awareness for colon cancer


Managing smartphone stress


Health clinic planned for Davenport grocery store


Midwest Fungus, Deadly Disease: A young man’s fight for his life


Patients will begin transition into new University of Iowa Children’s Hospital Feb. 25


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