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A federal judge has ruled against Tennessee's Medicaid agency, granting class action status to a lawsuit filed against the state agency by 11 patients who alleged months-long delays getting TennCare coverage.
Walkers came to downtown Chattanooga Sunday to participate in the 16th Strides of March
Tennessee has the highest immunization rate among young children out of all 50 states, according to an annual ranking of health measures.
Six months after President Barack Obama signed the landmark health care law, the nation still doesn’t really know what’s in it.
Aiming to ward off a reprise of last year’s H1N1 flu pandemic, health officials are pushing more people than ever to get a seasonal flu vaccination.
Thousands of Tennessee state employees and educators could face a tough choice when picking their health plan this month: Pay cheaper monthly insurance premiums or stay loyal to their regular physician.
The infant mortality rate in some Chattanooga neighborhoods compares to that of some developing nations, so BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee is funding an initiative to save Hamilton County babies.
Organic farmers are sprouting up in Walker County much like their heirloom tomatoes — abundantly.
The Memorial Mammogram Unit will be at the Lone Oak Free Health Clinic in the Lone Oak Community Center Building on June 29. Call 495-4040 for an appointment.
Parkridge Health System leaders are seeking state approval to offer adult and geriatric psychiatric care at the former Cumberland Hall mental health facility, which closed suddenly in January.