Nebraska Medicine officials said in a statement Tuesday that they are aware of allegations involving one of their former physicians. "Because of pending litigation," they said in the statement, "we cannot talk further about the circumstances."
Pollen counts have increased and will continue to do so until they peak around Labor Day.
Premier Dental will offer free dental care to those in need during its annual Dentistry from the Heart event.
"We have people who have had children, and they still see us, so we're seeing the parents and their children, concurrently."
As specialty shoe stores decline in number and shopping trends shift toward online ordering and big box chains, just how essential is a professional shoe fitting? Can parents handle it themselves, or search their phones for an app that might help?
Flirty is a miniature service horse belonging to Abrea Hensley, and the two have been together since 2017. “I don’t know what I would do without her, even if I was cured today,” Hensley said. “She’s my constant companion.”
Immigrants with an illness or insufficient savings to cover unforeseen medical costs could soon find it harder to gain admittance to the United States or stay here permanently.
An assistant professor of theology at Concordia University of Nebraska has been named interim president while the university searches for its next permanent president.
The agency calls it the most "significant change" to labels in 35 years and says its intention is to raise awareness about the consequences of smoking, the FDA said.
Hannah Green has been dealing with the brain injury and pain, but her mom said they've felt an overwhelming amount of support in person and via social media.
The Food and Drug Administration on Wednesday approved a new drug for highly drug-resistant tuberculosis, the world's leading infectious cause of death.
On Monday, Gov. Pete Ricketts announced a collaborative initiative aimed at combating addiction by providing specialized training to prepare more of the state’s health care providers in the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of addiction.
Since retiring from her District-based obstetrics-gynecology practice in 2015, Sara Imershein has spent her time this way: performing first-trimester abortions and ritual circumcisions, known in Hebrew as brit milahs.
The 72-year-old British man couldn't stop coughing up blood and was unable to swallow solid food for more than a week.
There’s a common misconception that more water means more mosquitoes infected with the West Nile virus.
It's a common complaint: Surgeons don't help older adults and their families understand the impact of surgery in terms people can understand, even though older patients face a higher risk of complications after surgery.
Jennifer Olsen has been traveling back and forth between Lincoln and Minneapolis regularly since her daughter, Maylena, was 8 months old.
Jamie Gehringer's work is among examples of how local researchers and clinicians are seeking to take virtual reality beyond simulation and education and put it to therapeutic uses.
Today, a growing number of clothing and footwear companies offer style, dignity, independence, even joy to younger, hipper consumers with disabilities, whether they dress themselves or get help from others.
A group of tanning salons filed suit in 2015 alleging that a campaign by the Nebraska Cancer Coalition had defamed the salons and disparaged their business with "false or misleading" statements. The high court upheld a decision that said the statements made in the campaign were about the tanning industry generally and weren't directed at specific businesses.
Medicare will cover an innovative but high-priced cancer treatment nationwide, a step Trump administration officials said Wednesday would ensure patients have "consistent and predictable access" to a potentially life-saving therapy.
Doctors said the lifesaving gift from a 2-year-old Nebraska boy would give Lily Allen five years to live. Thirty-five years later, she’s in good health and still has the liver donated by Matthew Bemis, a Rising City boy who drowned in 1984.
While Maple Ridge Dental won't turn anyone away, they do ask that the day be used by "those who truly need it."
The Omaha facility is funded by the Fisher House Foundation with local donations and will be given to the VA when complete to operate as a federal building. It is expected to open in late 2020.
Melissa Jordan and Boenerges Duran were married Monday after a nurse at Creighton University Medical Center-Bergan Mercy and one of her colleagues decided to make the couple's wedding dream a reality. After a plea for help on Facebook, "perfect strangers" offered to provide the wedding essentials.