- Nearly 150 golfers took to the links Thursday for a very worthy cause. It was the 5th annual Teed Off at Cancer Golf Tournament that supports pediatric cancer patients and their families.
- The parents of an eight-month old boy are petitioning NC Governor Pat McCrory and U.S. Senators Richard Burr and Thom Tillis to require hospitals to test newborns for Krabbe Disease.
- Police officers in Kill Devil Hills have revived an unconscious man after administering a dose of naloxone and using an automatic defibrillator. It happened just hours after getting the drug and receiving training.
- Marilyn Tavenner's crystal ball didn't foresee the initial epic flop of HealthCare.gov when she actually ran the agency in charge of the website. Now, as an insurance lobbyist, she sees big jumps in Obamacare insurance premiums next year.
- End of life care is a difficult topic for many, but the event hopes to help get the conversation rolling for families in the East. Organizers spoke about it on WITN News at Sunrise.
- A group of researchers from the University of North Carolina Wilmington is working to help those suffering from Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease, or COPD. The group is asking for your help.
- The Brody School of Medicine's Emergency Medicine Interest Group sponsored the emergency simulation at the Winterville Fire-Rescue-EMS station to show medical students what happens before the patients arrive at the hospital.
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