The rate of divorces are up in the South and Mississippi's rate is among the highest in the nation.
The Great Recession has hurt tens of thousands of Mississippi kids.
Trainers working to improve how doctors interact with high risk HIV populations.
Dogs struggle to handle the Mississippi heat.
There are 13 confirmed cases and one death from West Nile virus in Mississippi.
The heat wave is being blamed for the death of three football players and one coach in the U.S. Mississippi coaches are making changes to protect their players.
Extreme heat wave puts pressure on Mississippi power grid.
The USDA said Cargill is voluntarily recalling 36 million pounds of ground turkey that may be contaminated with salmonella. One case of salmonella illness has been reported in Mississippi.
It's not just the heat, but the humidity that adds to summer health threats.
Children are required to get several vaccines before they're allowed in school. The health department is trying to make sure everyone is covered.
Mississippi is an active place for disasters. Now state agencies and non-profits are teaching seniors how to prepare for natural disasters
Coastal residents told the Robert F. Kennedy Center for Justice and Human Rights they're sick from the oil spill and need help now.
Child nutrition officials are looking to tackle obesity by making schools a healthier place to eat and learn.
It’s been a more than a year since two unwelcome guests invaded the Mississippi Gulf Coast. And still, oil and dispersant refuse to pack up their troubles and leave town.
Summertime is the perfect season for salmonella bacteria to thrive. Healthcare professionals have advice on how to keep from catching this nasty bacteria.
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