US health officials say they are monitoring reports of breakthrough COVID-19 infections in people treated with the highly effective antiviral Paxlovid.
Laura McKelvey and Harriet Ribbons both took Paxlovid after contracting COVID-19. Both were caught off guard by a little-known side effect: a really unpleasant taste.
Rosie Axtman says she had tried every diet imaginable and was still gaining weight. In January, the 47-year-old tried a new less invasive weight loss procedure she believes has been a turning point.
Three months after Abbott Laboratories recalled some of its top name brands of baby formula, over concerns some of the formula may have been contaminated with harmful bacteria, the company's Michigan plant is still shut down.
Copelan and Liz Hunter Brack of Greensboro, Georgia, watched their mother and grandmother battle breast cancer. In their early twenties, the sisters decided they would undergo surgery to break cancer's hold on their family.
Zoe Price is back in the game after undergoing spinal fusion surgery to for scoliosis.
The employees back on the job say more work is getting done, but 41% say their stress has worsened since returning to their office.
Chiandria and Khorey Beauford were thrilled when their first child Caleigh was born in 2018. Then, hours later, they were told Caleigh had a congenital heart defect that would likely require heart surgery.
CDC officials are investigating 109 cases of severe hepatitis, or liver inflammation in children in 25 states and territories. Five children have died.
The death of the country music star Saturday at 76 has left many families wondering how to talk about depression and help seniors who may be struggling.
You're coughing and sneezing. Do you have spring allergies, or could you have a COVID-19 infection? The American College of Emergency Physicians says several simple questions can help you solve the mystery behind your sniffles.
Jackie Anderson of Woodstock, Georgia, says she is just like any other parent out there. But, the legally blind mother of 5 admits parenting sometimes came with real challenges.
Sandra Cannon thought her traveling days were over when she was diagnosed with end stage kidney disease. Then, the Kennesaw 82-year-old learned about home dialysis.
The White House is pushing paxlovid, a highly effective antiviral to treat higher-risk COVID-19 patients.
Andrea Clarke went to the optometrist expecting to get a new prescription for contact lenses. The Douglasville woman was stunned to find out what was causing her blurred vision.
Bridger White had a stroke in March at 25 years old. Since then, he has been working to regain his ability to speak, read and write.
A trip to Disney World inspired Shemeeka Johnson to get healthier. Nearly 3 years later, the Georgia single mom has lost 150 pounds and transformed her life.
After repeated falls, a retired Atlanta neurologist got help from a type of therapy he had never heard about. Now, Bob Spector is a believer.
A vascular neurologist says the discovery of 75 genes linked to Alzheimer's disease, including 42 never before identified, could lead to the development of better treatments. While the discovery is not the end-all or be-all, Dr. Rishi Gupta of Wellstar Health System in Georgia says it is a "step in the right direction."
Six months after FOX 5 reporter Aungelique Proctor was diagnosed with a rare stomach cancer, she is fighting cancer with everything she has. And, she says, it is working.