Virginians may now choose to indicate their blood type to include on their driver’s license to assist first responders in the event of an emergency.
Virginia Department of Health shares tips for a healthy start to the school year.
Parenting pro from SCAN has important strategies for helping kids manage what adults might call irrational fears.
RSV has been a major pain in the butt of our collective health for decades. Now there’s real hope for preventative measures and therapies to keep folks safer.
Today’s students are managing more stress than ever before – at home and in the classroom. Read these helpful strategies for educators, admin, and caregivers.
CrossOver provides physicals, sick visits, dental and eye care, counseling, vaccinations, school-readiness services, and more for under-served communities.
Keeping babies safe at home is priority number one for new parents! From button batteries to safety gates, here are twelve tips from a safety specialist.
Richmond, we have a children’s hospital! Catch up with CHoR at VCU’s Children’s Tower – inpatient rooms, play areas, a Level 1 trauma center, and much more.
Richmond and Henrico Health Districts (RHHD) reminds residents who think they may be affected by HIV to seek testing and to learn more about pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) treatment. The CDC advises residents that “knowing…
When conceiving isn’t happening for you, here’s a guide to everything you’ve ever wanted to know about fertility from VPFW’s Dr. Jennie Draper, OB/GYN.
The Virginia Department of Social Services will begin issuing benefits to eligible households with children grades k-12 beginning July 22, 2023.
Risks, symptoms, treatments, preventative measures – everything you’ve ever wanted to know about vulvar, cervical, vaginal, ovarian, and uterine cancers.