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In case you missed the radio program that aired this past weekend, you can learn more about the cause and prevention of Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder with Amy Hendricks, Project Director for N.C.

Mission Hospital ushered in Asheville’s first baby of 2014. Brooke and Shawn Spruce welcomed daughter, Celeste Spruce, into the world at 1:12 am on January 1, 2014.

For going on seven years, women in Buncombe County who don't have insurance or cannot afford mammograms can get one with the help of Ladies Night out

In 2013, an estimated 230,000 new cases of invasive breast cancer will be diagnosed in women.  Every year more than 39,000 women die of this deadly disease.

A test that can provide either peace of mind or a faster path to treating birth defects of the heart.  It's called pulse oximetry.  News 13's Jay Siltzer speaks with Melissa Wilson, Mission Hospital Nurse Educator and new mom, Victoria Stephens about the test which may help detect congenital heart defects that account for nearly 30 percent of all infant deaths related to birth defects in the U.