Scientists at the University of North Carolina plan to study 1,000 people equipped with free Apple watches to see if they can track the signs of binge eating using the watch’s onboard heart-rate monitor.
Acute flaccid myelitis, AFM, can cause paralysis in children. New cases of the polio-like condition have been found in North Carolina and South Carolina. Public health officials say the illness is rare.
Meal kits are a $2.5 billion business and growing, and Triangle grocers are working to fill the void. Unlike the kits delivered directly to your door, or those that may require a subscription, these can be picked up from a store.
Thousands of eastern Wake County wells may have unhealthy levels of radiological chemicals uranium, radon and radium in the drinking water. Wells should be tested for chemicals founds in granite, officials say.
A community meeting unveiled what you can do while visiting Dix Park near downtown Raleigh. A boutique hotel, food hall, brewery, large field, gardens, hiking trails were some of the things planned for Doroetha Dix Park.
Public Citizen is urging federal regulators to halt a clinical trial on sepsis patients conducted in 44 sites nationwide, including Duke University Medical Center, UNC Chapel Hill and Wake Forest Baptist Health.
WRAL anchor Jeff Hogan will return to on-air duties after a bodysurfing accident at Wrightsville Beach in June left him temporarily paralyzed. Hogan discussed his recovery in an Aug. 16 interview with Renee Chou.
Never let your dog eat mushrooms that grow in the wild. An NC State University Vet School veterinarian and toxicologist tells how to rid your yard of mushrooms, what poisoning symptoms to look for and what actions to take if your dog eats a toadstool.
CBS 17 reporter Kelly Kennedy will take a medical leave from WNCN in Raleigh to get treatment for invasive cervical cancer at Sloan Kettering in New York. Kennedy’s best friend died by suicide in June and her mother has breast cancer.