• Apr
    26
    More US Newborns Enduring Drug Withdrawal Study
    (HealthDay News) -- The number of U.S. infants admitted to neonatal intensive care units to treat symptoms of drug withdrawal has nearly quadrupled since 2004, researchers report. Neonatal abstinence syndrome -- a drug-withdrawal syndrome that often occurs after exposure to prescription narcotic Read Article »
    Apr
    26
    Health Food Stores Often Promote AdultOnly Supplements to Teens
    (HealthDay News) -- Health store employees may encourage teens to buy body-shaping dietary supplements, even though the products' labels state they're for adult use only, researchers report. Despite the labeling, it's legal for minors to buy these over-the-counter products in 49 states. However, Read Article »
    Apr
    26
    More Than 1 in 10 Teens Has Tried ECigarettes Study Finds
    (HealthDay News) -- American teens' use of electronic cigarettes is growing, especially among those who also smoke tobacco cigarettes, according to a new study. Researchers surveyed more than 10,000 teens across the nation from 2012 to 2014. They found that 22 percent of teens used tobacco cigare Read Article »
    Apr
    26
    More US Newborns Enduring Drug Withdrawal Study
    (HealthDay News) -- The number of U.S. infants admitted to neonatal intensive care units to treat symptoms of drug withdrawal has nearly quadrupled since 2004, researchers report. Neonatal abstinence syndrome -- a drug-withdrawal syndrome that often occurs after exposure to prescription narcotic Read Article »
    Apr
    26
    Very Young Kids Often Use Tablets Smartphones Study Finds
    (HealthDay News) -- Up to half of very young children use smartphones and tablets in some way before their first birthday, a new study finds. But parents still worry about their children's use of mobile media, a separate study says. "We were not surprised to find out children were exposed to mobi Read Article »
    Apr
    26
    Just 1 Hour of Daily TV Boosts Kids Obesity Risk Study Suggests
    (HealthDay News) -- Watching television, even for just an hour a day, may boost the risk that young children will be overweight or obese, according to new research. "Children who watch one to two hours of TV a day, as opposed to those who watch less, are more likely to be overweight and obese at Read Article »
    Apr
    26
    Very Young Kids Often Use Tablets Smartphones Study Finds
    (HealthDay News) -- Up to half of very young children use smartphones and tablets in some way before their first birthday, a new study finds. But parents still worry about their children's use of mobile media, a separate study says. "We were not surprised to find out children were exposed to mobi Read Article »
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  • Caregivers And Patients Celebrate At The Holston Valley NICU Reunion

    4/27/15 - An upcoming event at Holston Valley Medical Center will gather graduates from across the region – and their ages range from newborns to 29-year-olds. The annual neonatal intensive care unit reunion will be held May 3 at the hospital’s outpatient center.

    Kingsport Church Comforts Holston Valley Cancer Patients And Their Families With Home-Cooked Meals

    4/17/15 - At 7:30 a.m., as nurses and other caregivers begin their shifts on Holston Valley Medical Center's W-3 unit, another team arrives, bearing whisks and spatulas instead of stethoscopes. They're from State Line Baptist Church, and once a month, they bring hot, home-cooked meals to the unit.

    NASCAR Driver Ryan Reed To Include Wellmont’s Diabetes Alert Sticker On Car In Bristol

    4/17/15 - Wellmont Diabetes Treatment Centers’ partnership with law enforcement agencies across the state to ensure motorists experiencing a diabetes emergency receive needed care will receive nationwide attention during the NASCAR XFINITY race at Bristol Motor Speedway. The Diabetes Alert sticker Wellmont Health System developed to help police officers, sheriff’s deputies and state troopers will be affixed to Ryan Reed’s car during the Saturday, April 18, Drive to Stop Diabetes 300.


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