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One in 110 children is now diagnosed as having an autism spectrum disorder. The numbers have grown to the point where "everyone knows someone affected" by the neurodevelopmental disorder, characterized by communication problems and repetitive behaviors,...
Customers at WalMart in Hampton Roads donated $1.1 million to Children's Hospital of the King's Daughters, a regional pediatric hospital in Norfolk, in 2012. Their donations go to the radiology department and last year it helped the hospital purchase a...
The expression used to be “had his bell rung.” That was a dismissive way of explaining a concussion. With a seemingly endless list of horror stories showing up in the national media, the hazards of brain injuries are being taken more...
An unusually cool March has kept seasonal allergy sufferers in Hampton Roads indoors, out of the line of fire of springtime pollen — and breathing easier because of it. But the word from climate scientists and allergists is to enjoy it while it...
Kaylee squealed with barely contained delight as images of her brother, Adam, flashed on the TV screen. The 4th-grader and her mother, Katie Marceron, collaborated on the video, "Amazing Adam's Story," to show her class at Waller Mill Elementary, a York...
Nazea Twiggs is still smiling and happy and being a kid. The 13-year-old Denbigh resident's resilience is helping to carry his entire family through his treatment for cancer. Right around Thanksgiving Nazea was diagnosed with Osteocarcoma—a type...
Local hospitals stand to lose millions in federal funding for uncompensated care when the Affordable Care Act's cuts in Disproportionate Share Hospital (DSH) reimbursements go into effect in July. The bill established the cuts based on a mandated...
The flu arrived earlier this year and it has been at peak activity for 6 weeks, twice as long as last year's season in Virginia. Area health professionals continue to urge people to get vaccinated. The rapid increase in cases of influenza-like illnesses...
email@example.com | 757-247-4784 Doctors can see more patients and provide better quality care with better outcomes and greater satisfaction on both sides if they follow a team care model. That's the message that family practitioner Peter Anderson...
Daily PressHOMICIDES IN HAMPTON ROADS in 2012 NEWPORT NEWS 1. Jan. 6--Bobby Jackson (30, Newport News) found shot to death at the intersection of 32nd Street and Salters Street. Police have identified Marvin Hunt (37, Newport News) and Gregory Jones (37, Newport...
In my continuing efforts to catch you up on news that almost got lost in the holiday shuffle, today I'm reporting on a CD called "Sounds of the 757," which features Hampton Roads musicians playing, singing and rapping for a good cause. The project...
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Two years ago, in September 2010, the Hampton University Proton Therapy Institute treated its first patient for prostate cancer. After years of planning and seed money from local, state and federal sources, HUPTI, a $225 million project — the...
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