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You may not know it's National Sleep Awareness Week, but chances are you know you're not getting enough of it.
Health care professionals weigh in on the different ways of fighting the flu.
It has been the source of hope and a life saver for thousands affected by blood disorders and cancer.
And now it's one of a dozen restaurants in Sioux City to earn the Blue Zones designation.
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.
We have word that ten American Health Care workers are being flown back from West Africa to make sure they haven't been infected with the deadly virus.
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
With the weather warming up, Sioux City's Walking School Bus will be starting back up.
March is brain injury awareness month, and one Siouxland organization is getting special recognition for their work with patients with brain injuries.
Dr. Ali Khan is back in his office leading the University of Nebraska Medical Center's College of Public Health.