Health care professionals weigh in on the different ways of fighting the flu.
The Iowa Department of Human Services (DHS) are using the state's safe haven procedures for the 22nd time since the law went into effect
Some Iowa hospitals have tightened visitation rules in the wake of the widespread flu outbreak that has claimed the lives of three children in recent months, including that of a 3-year-old Elk Horn girl.
Officials with the Nebraska Medical Center say they are observing an American health care provider while he or she is being treated for Ebola in the hospital's biocontamnation unit.
It's a shot that's been around more than 50 years. But these days, more and more parents are opting out of giving their babies the Vitamin K shot. Some Siouxland medical professionals say this is one trend parents shouldn't follow.
An idea for an easy and meaningful gift for a friend or loved one who's going through cancer treatment this holiday season.
More women are surviving breast cancer these days than ever before. A focus on a healthy diet and staying active can help keep the cancer at bay. For one Sioux City woman, healthy habits have made her a breast cancer survivor for more than four decades.
To round out Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Susan G. Komen for the Cure, Siouxland is making it easy for you to help in the fight against breast cancer.
It was the very last charity bartender night at Eldon's as the restaurant is set to close at the end of business on Saturday.
October kicks off a month of pink-themed activities in Siouxland.