Suzanne Perkins and Tyler Harrell came to tell us more about The Mental Health Association of Abilene.
Relay for life begins on Friday, but there is still time to sign up! Find out how.
Premier Mixed Martial Arts has a big cage fight this weekend in Snyder. Find out the details!
The Leadership program at Hardin-Simmons University has a special project that their working on for this summer.
Abilene Dental Raises Awareness of Oral Cancer
Abilene Dental stopped by to continue telling us about how to keep our teeth clean. Here's the second part.
Abilene Dental stopped by to continue telling us about how to keep our teeth clean. Here's the first part.
Relay for Life representatives stopped in to tell us when and where to register for the Abilene event.
Dr. Christie speaks about intrinsic teeth stains and why they might show up on your teeth.
Dr. Erin speaks to us about sports injuries and how to fix or prevent tooth chipping.
Tuesday is 'Tooth'day on KTAB4U with Dr. Christie Leedy. Christie speaks about how to fix missing teeth in front of your smile.
Come and experience at 5K night run this Friday.
Dr. Christie Leedy was in studio with some info about Invisalign.
Dr. Erin Stockton talked to us about keeping your teeth healthy during Valentine's Day.
Find out everything you need to know about Martial Arts at Chips Tae Kwon Do right here in Abilene!
We spoke to CJ Jackson about Gymnastics here in Abilene!
Why not take a Yoga class on Valentine's Day?
Find out about a tool that helps detect cancer.
With the summer break just right around the corner, so is the opportunity to get your teeth cleaner and brighter before school starts up again.
As the holidays approach, and you begin planning your events, be sure to keep food safety in mind.
In the past, it was believed that coffee could be harmful, but research has shown that, overall, there is little evidence of health risk and there is actually evidence of health benefits.
Thanksgiving dinner is the center of every Thanksgiving celebration, but make sure you are well-prepared, as well as making sure the turkey is safe to eat.
Now, getting a flu shot is easier than ever before with Coleman County
Medical Center's drive-thru flu shot clinic on November 14 from 4 to
Dr. Christie Leedy from Abilene Dental returns to discuss the importance of making your dental dollars go farther before 2013.
Abilene Regional Medical Center is celebrating Movember with a free health clinic for both men and women on Tuesday, November 13.
Texans interested in improving their ability to manage diabetes are
encouraged to attend the 18th Annual Diabetes Texas Style Workshop
Saturday, Nov. 3 from 8:00 to 11:45 a.m.
Thursday. Novemeber 1st marks the first day of "Movember."
Frequent snoring by children can change a child's overall metabolism and could lead to health disorders, including diabetes according to a study by Children's Hospital Los Angeles.
A new study linking the artificial sweetener aspartame to cancer is creating a buzz.
November is National Diabetes Awareness Month and Abilene Regional
Medical Center is offering a Diabetes Awareness Health Fair Thursday,
It only took a month of school being in session for the lice (pediculus capitis) problem to "rear its angry head"! I have had phone calls, emails and even frantic texts from many parents who are fighting head lice in their homes
New guidelines published recently by the American College of
Obstetricians and Gynecologists urges women 21 and older to have pelvic
exams on an annual basis.
When it comes to your smile, it's never too late to want to show off those pearly whites! According to Dr. Christie, with Abilene Dental, there's no age limit when it comes to oral health.
A new University of North Carolina study reveals there are over 5000 Internet alcohol vendors with little regulatory attention paid to this 2 billion dollar a year industry!
The death toll from a fungal meningitis outbreak linked to contaminated steroid injections has reached eight, and thousands of people who received the drug are now worried about developing the deadly disease.
The virus is taking it's toll on men and women previously thought to be at low risk for throat cancer.
For "Breast Cancer Awareness Month" one local high school is doing everything they can to reach out to help cancer survivors and they're doing it all through a T-shirt.
The Abilene Medical Care Mission will be providing free flu shots and child immunizations for eligible children up to age 18 on October 4.
When it comes to the ultimate fan, Halftime Sports is here to make sure you've got all the gear you need no matter which team you're routing for.
When it comes to oral health, do you know the basics? Abilene Dental breaks down some common misconceptions about caring for your smile.
The sneezing, stuffy nose, itchy eyes, scratchy throats and cough, which are all symptoms of allergic rhinitis, start up as the pollens blows in and stirs up ragweed, the most common fall allergen.
If you're looking for ways to stay healthy and active, there's a five k run just waiting for you to jump on board this weekend, called the "Movin' at Midnight Run" and there's sure to be events for the whole family can enjoy!
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and Abilene Regional Medical Center offers information on breast health and types of caner screenings available to women.
Abilene Dental is big on helping many local residents enhance their smile, especially as we inch closer to the holidays. But now, Dr. Christie has some additional help at her office to make their client's experience quick and easy.
Attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder is the most common childhood neurobehavioral disorder and affects about 8% of children between the ages of 4-18.
The Abilene-Taylor County Public Health District will hold a clinic to
provide flu vaccinations on Monday, Sept. 24.
Whether it's fear, confidentiality, time, cost, or just a question about a procedure or particular issue, Abilene Dental has the solution.
Bullying has become an overwhelming problem among children and the number of kids being bullied continues to rise.
Just this week health officials confirm a skunk in South Abilene has tested positive for rabies. It's a situation every pet owner fears. So how do you protect your dogs from coming in contact with the virus? Dr. Janice Price with the Windmill Animal Hospital shares a few tips.