Health in Charlottesville, VA

The U.S. News rankings highlight hospitals providing the highest-quality care for children with the most serious or complicated medical conditions.

Twenty-one University of Virginia alumni and graduate students have received Fulbright Scholarships offering research, study and teaching opportunities in more than 140 countries. This represents the largest cohort of Fulbright recipients from the University in one year
During their time with the Fulbright U.S. Student Program, these scholars will meet, work, live with and learn from the people of their host countries, sharing daily experiences in…

Researchers in the Netherlands are making dental implants that kill microbes that settle on them

What does UVA sound like? Listen to a few signature sounds from Grounds to find out and learn how one professor is using sound in her classroom to re-tune students’ minds and ears.

Your head hurts – again. But do you know what type of headache it is? What may have caused this headache pain? How to ease the discomfort?

A new study reveals what life was like in Pompeii — and how it ended when Mount Vesuvius erupted

The UVA basketball coach has been a busy guy since the Hoos won the NCAA championship in April, but recently found some time to catch his breath.

Anisometropia is a condition where one eye has better vision than the other. That difference can cause headaches. Learn more about this condition.

A look back at some of most notable achievements by UVA student-athletes in 2018-19, on and off the playing fields.

UVA Health System's Trauma Program Performance Improvement Coordinator, Valerie Quick talks with WINA's Les Sinclair about how to stay safer during the 100 deadliest days of the year.

What happens when your body can’t fight an infection and the infection keeps getting worse? That infection can turn into septic shock.

Sara Yoder is in from UVA Cancer Center to tell us about her yoga class for patients with cancer E-MAIL HER

As veterans and world leaders, including President Trump and French President Emmanuel Macron, looked on in Normandy, UVA alumna Kayla Winslow led the U.S. Army Europe Band & Chorus in a powerful rendition of the national anthem.

At various times, he has been an outstanding college boxer, a standout law student, a beachmaster at D-Day, commissioner of the IRS and the founder of a law firm. Above all, though, he has been a steadfast supporter of UVA.

Online retailers are struggling to get ever more products from distribution points to customers’ doorsteps. According to Darden professor Timothy Laseter, whoever figures out that “last mile” will dominate the future of e-commerce.

In an effort to better connect with its female fan base in the Charlottesville community, the UVA football team hosted a women’s football clinic Friday night at its indoor practice field that featured Cavalier players and coaches.

Osteoporosis is when your bones become weak and brittle throughout your life. You can build stronger, healthy bones with diet and exercise.

Halle Berry says she uses cheat days in order to stick with the restrictive keto diet. But experts aren’t sure this is a good thing to the lack of research on long-term keto dieting.

Alex Trebek's chances with stage 4 pancreatic cancer aren't good. But UVA has hope in the form of precision medicine & early detection.

Comprehensive stroke centers offers the full spectrum of advanced treatments for both ischemic stroke and hemorrhagic stroke.

Do we always protect our skin when we’re outside? It’s essential to understand sun safety and decrease your risk of skin cancer with skin protection.

Rising second-year student Jack Anderson and former president of UVA’s Cycling Club Noah Flaxman rework the wheel of graduation photos with their short film.

Dr. Chapman is a neurologist, dual-certified in general and vascular neurology. She helps patients prevent and recover from all types of strokes.