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Preventative heart test not covered by insurance
By the numbers, it makes sense. The all in cost for a heart attack can be $750,000 or more. If insurance covered the $150 for the calcium scoring, it means 5,067 people could see and learn their risk and maybe avoid a deadly cardiac event.
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'Text a therapist' gaining popularity
Ever wish you could carry a personal therapist around in your pocket? Well, now you can.
This heart test could save your life
FDA approves migraine prevention drug
Jacksonville man says McDonald's employee put detergent pod in his drink
Shortage of drug used in C-sections
Smartphones may interrupt brain chemistry
The importance of teaching your children how to swim
FDA approves new drug specifically designed to prevent migraines
Nearly one in four households in the U.S. include someone who suffers from migraines. They can be debilitating. However, there's good news for those in pain.
FDA approves drug aimed at preventing migraines
The Food and Drug Administration approved Aimovig, the first drug approved by the agency as a treatment for preventing migraine headaches.
Restaurant Report Card: Health violations found uptown
Each week, NBC Charlotte combs through the health department violation reports to bring you what you need to know before your order off the menu.
Forecast: Very warm and muggy today
Motorized Lime scooters to return to Charlotte Tuesday
Ribeyes from Fleming’s Steak House
Roasted potato Medley with Mint Pesto
Chicken Tikka Masala
Salsa 3 ways
Cauliflower Stir Fried “Rice”
Local hospitals respond to shortage of drug used in C-sections
For most women, giving birth is one of life's greatest blessings, but a nationwide drug shortage of Bupivacaine is causing concern for moms-to-be.
Smartphones may interrupt your brain chemistry
We are constantly interrupted by our devices. Whether it's a text, call, email or your watch goes off; the notifications alert you all day. A doctor at Cleveland Clinic suggested these constant interruptions can create a different chemistry in our brains.
Struggling to lose weight? Give hypnosis a try
Her clients swear this method is helping them get thin.
PHOTOS: Prince Harry and Meghan Markle release official royal wedding photos
PHOTOS: The Royal Wedding of Prince Harry and Megan Markle
PHOTOS: NC teachers march outside State Capitol
PHOTOS: Truck fire shuts down I-77
PHOTOS: 22 indicted in Catawba County drug bust
PHOTOS: Round 1 of the Wells Fargo Championship
Local student raises money for concussion tests
A closer look at Mecklenburg County's growing depression problem
House bill could force 2 million Americans off food stamps
Essential oils can be dangerous if not used properly
Paramedics responded to 9 heat-related calls during weekend's heat wave
World Health Organization calls for global elimination of trans fats by 2023
From Belize to Soap Lake -- a murder or a suicide?
Girl shown 'how a man is supposed to be' with father-daughter V-Day date
Virgin Airlines draws giant heart in sky to celebrate V-Day
Applebee's employees fired after video goes viral
Norwegian flight with 60 plumbers on board turns back due to broken toilets
Family shares hilarious results of 'professional' photo shoot
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