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Imagine being told you need a kidney transplant. Then you learn your spouse needs one too. What are the odds? It happened to one Arkansas couple.
Imagine being told you will lose both your legs; life as you know it would change forever.
One in every six men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer during his lifetime. It's one of the leading causes of death in U.S. men. But early detection and a new form of surgery is helping save lives.
More than 46 million children in the U.S. participate in sports each year. Statistics show one in every three will get hurt. But thanks to a local clinic, many of those kids are getting back on the field or court quicker.
The need is real and eye-opening. About 20 people die in the U.S. every day waiting for transplants because of a shortage of donated organs.
Some new inductees are bringing free medical care to hundreds of people in great need.
Wednesday on "THV 11 News at 10," Ashley Blackstone will explore the trend commonly known as a tummy tuck and how it's changing so many women's lives.
The decision to have a hysterectomy is never an easy one. Next to a Cesarean Section, it is the second most common surgery performed on reproductive-aged women.
A diagnosis of breast cancer is bad enough, but imagine losing a part of you. That's a big concern for women, but increasing surgical options can provide comfort during a life-changing experience.
A new procedure is literally changing the way surgeons operate and it all starts with the robotic arms of The Da Vinci Device.
One in three American teens is overweight or obese; putting our young people at risk for an unhealthy future.
In this month's Prescription Arkansas, THV's Dawn Scott has details on what vaccinations are needed for your family, before the bell rings on the first day.
In this month's Prescription Arkansas report, we learn that you don't have to play tennis to get tennis elbow.
Glen Acrey treated the spot with over the counter medications but it didn't get better. That's when the doctor suggested a visit to a dermatologist.
Part of Fitzgerald's battles was the fact that he's a chef. He had tried every diet with no luck. He did some research, and decided to have lap-band surgery.