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The latest initiative to promote Mental Health Awareness Month has brought several alarming statistics to light, including the record number of drug overdose deaths in 2021.
Mental health experts in Central Florida have resources to share with residents, including some furry four-legged helpers.
According to a poll of parents by the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI), 44% reported concerns about their children’s mental health during the COVID-19 pandemic, but only 16% looked for help for their kids.
A treatment long used to treat decompression sickness, serious infections and brain injuries is now being used to help veterans with PTSD at a clinic in The Villages.
Dr. Megan Gray spends day and night delivering babies at Orlando Health Winnie Palmer Hospital for Women & Babies.
For fifteen years some very determined climbers have fought their way up hundreds of stairs all to raise money to beat lung disease and during the pandemic, their mission has only gotten stronger.
Six new autism therapy centers planned for the Orlando area will create 275 new jobs for behavioral analysts, clinical psychologists, occupational therapists, and speech language pathologists.
A new study from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention found kids and teens with COVID-19 were more likely to receive a new diabetes diagnosis after infection than those without.
Doctors have a warning for parents of teens when it comes to Tik Tok challenges.
An annual holiday celebration opened the door to neurodiverse families this holiday season.
Doctors describe cancer as a war inside the body, and the fight to win that war means finding a cure.
There are few things a mother remembers better than the birth of her child, but COVID-19 almost stole that precious moment from a Central Florida woman.
Breast cancer survivors are advocating for more people to take part in a program promoting plant-based diets, daily exercise and mindfulness.
A mother gave birth to three daughters, three years apart, on the exact same date.
Being a caregiver for her mom after her dementia diagnosis was never something Usha Tewari expected.
News 6 and AdventHealth have begun hosting events to administer free flu shots to the public.
Born in New York to Puerto Rican parents, Linnette Johnson said Hispanic Heritage Month is a reminder of her roots.
News 6 morning anchor Kirstin O’Connor spoke with Dr. Jason Littleon about his work to help patients with one-on-one care.
A young stroke survivor has a message about how the life-threatening condition can happen at any age.
Two small business owners discussed the recent surge in COVID cases and why it’s pushing some to choose to get vaccinated.
According to the most recent data from the CDC, overdose deaths in the United States rose 29.4% in 2020.
AdventHealth officials are urging pregnant women to get vaccinated due to a high number of severe hospitalizations.
More than 4-million children have been infected with COVID-19 in the United States since the start of the pandemic, according to the American Academy of Pediatrics.
Jen Stratton is one of nearly 10 million people in the United States with an essential tremor.
A small business owner and nurse practitioner is being honored by News 6 for her commitment to getting 380 people in her community COVID-19 vaccines.
Many people are downloading mental health apps for support, but Consumer Reports warns, sharing deeply personal, sensitive information on some virtual platforms might not be as private as you think.
The only broadcast, podcast, and teleconference studio of its kind in Florida is open for patients in the hospital.
The lead nonprofit agency overseeing foster care, adoption, and child welfare services is asking families to consider opening up their homes to foster teens.