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The sight may have been alarming for a child: Hundreds of dolls loaded onto gurneys and wheeled into the emergency room.
Erlanger Health System found better financial footing in April than it did in months prior, but the hospital still fell short of its budget — reporting a $249,000 loss at its monthly budget and finance committee meeting Monday.
It was a kidney stone smaller than a nickel that showed Jennifer Clark how giant the disparities are in the health care industry.
David Simonds thought a few splashes of water on his face would help him snap out of it.
Doctors told her to take her time, to weigh the significance of her decision. Her body would never be the same.
Roy Herron is tired of seeing Tennessee politics as the go-to joke for late-night TV hosts.
The "morning-after pill" may be only 1.5 mg, but for both sides of the debate surrounding it, the tablet carries a lot of weight.
As the clock's hands ticked toward noon on March 15, about 150 University of Tennessee College of Medicine fourth-year students nervously gripped envelopes that spelled out their futures for the next several years.
Four-year-old Grady Haddock is just learning how to ride a bike.