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Franklin Co. North Middle School Student taken to the Hospital after using Vape

On Friday morning at 10:55 a.m. Franklin County authorities were called to North Middle School because of concern with a 12 year old student. According to Franklin County Sheriff’s Department Public Information Officer Sgt. Sam Davidson told On Target News that the student used a vaping device at school and had a serious reaction. The …

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TennCare Recipients are happy with program

The Impact of TennCare: A Survey of Recipients in 2022, shows that 95 percent of TennCare recipients were happy with the program’s quality of care, marking the 14th straight year in which satisfaction with TennCare exceeded 90 percent. “The continued high satisfaction rate from our TennCare members reflects the strong partnership with our TennCare providers and our shared …

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Healthy Lifestyle Changes Can Help Prevent Prediabetes, Diabetes

November is National Diabetes Month, and health experts believe Tennesseans can reverse prediabetes, and prevent the onset of Type 2 diabetes. Dr. Tobi Amosun, assistant commissioner of family health and wellness for the Tennessee Department of Health, said in prediabetes, when a person’s blood sugar levels are higher than normal but haven’t spiked high enough to …

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Tennessee in “Very High” category for Flu

The 2022 flu season is off to an early and vicious start, especially in the South, according to tracking by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The CDC has seven states, including Tennessee in the highest category for flu activity. Other states are Alabama, Georgia, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina and Virginia plus Washington, D.C., …

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Tennessee Flu Shot Event is Wednesday

Tennessee Department of Health officials say now is the time to get a flu shot, especially before the holidays roll around. Right now, Tennessee is one of the top states in the country when it comes to flu cases. The Tennessee Department of Health is working to prevent that with an upcoming event this Wednesday. …

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Tennessee begins Pink & Pearl Campaign

The Tennessee Department of Health is promoting breast and lung cancer awareness in November with the annual Pink & Pearl Campaign. The Pink & Pearl Campaign combines the pink ribbon, a recognized breast cancer awareness symbol, with the pearl ribbon representing lung cancer awareness. While breast cancer is the most common cancer in female Tennesseans, …

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Coffee County CAC Launches Initiative to Aid Parents

Did you know that when parents discuss age-appropriate topics about bodily autonomy and relationships with their children, they help protect their children from child sexual abuse? After completing extensive research and consulting with national-level experts in the field of child sexual abuse prevention, Coffee County Children’s Advocacy Center has prepared resources to aid parent-child communication …

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It’s Medicare Open Enrollment Time for Seniors in Tennessee

Medicare’s annual open enrollment period has started this month and continues through Dec. 7. It is the time close to 1.4 million Tennesseans eligible for Medicare can compare plans and make any changes for the coming year. Gary Culp, chief growth officer for Cigna Medicare Advantage, said during this time period, it is essential for anyone on …

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Facility responds after Child Dies from E. Coli outbreak at Lucky Ladds Farms

According to the TN Department of Health, two baby goats are the reason for the outbreak of E. coli at Lucky Ladd Farms in the Rutherford County community of Eagleville. Several people fell ill after attending a camp at the petting farm and fun park. The outbreak at Lucky Ladd Farms was responsible for sending …

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