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Titans WR Corey Davis Accepts Blame for Two Mariota INTs

Titans receiver Corey Davis is still adjusting to life in the NFL, and he’s shown flashes while working through the highs and lows of his rookie season. Davis on Friday accepted blame for two of QB Marcus Mariota’s interceptions in Thursday’s game, while saying he’s working hard to improve his game. …read more Source:: Titans Online Read More »

Former CDC director’s new effort to tackle global health issues

Resolve to Save Lives is a five-year, $225 million global health initiative that seeks to address major health issues on a global scale. Former director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and Resolve’s president and CEO, Dr. Tom Frieden, joins “CBS This Morning: Saturday” to discuss the two major areas the project focuses on: cardiovascular health and epidemic ... Read More »

VIDEO: Brady Hoke After His 1st Game as Vols’ Interim

Brady Hoke spoke to the media on Saturday night after his first game as the Vols’ interim coach. Listen to what he had to say. The post VIDEO: Brady Hoke After His 1st Game as Vols’ Interim appeared first on Rocky Top Insider. …read more Source:: Rocky Top Insider Read More »

Vols Make More Bad History on Saturday

The Vols did something on Saturday that they’ve only done one other time in school history. But it’s not a good thing. The post Vols Make More Bad History on Saturday appeared first on Rocky Top Insider. …read more Source:: Rocky Top Insider Read More »

Today In Upper Cumberland Podcast: Protecting Your Skin

As summer heat and humidity arrives in the Upper Cumberland, it’s time to consider how important suntan lotion, hats, and an overall sun blocking procedure can be to your overall health. We provide expertise on sun protection and how skin cancer continues to grow as a problem nationwide. Dr. Lisa Whiteaker is a noted Upper Cumberland Dermatologist – and she’s ... Read More »

Today In The Upper Cumberland Podcast: Hepatitis Growing

Not considered a prominent health problem for many years, hepatitis now is on the rise. In particular, hepatitis C, continues to grow rapidly as a health concern both in the United States and around the world. In the Upper Cumberland, as prescription drug users turn to other forms of drug abuse, such as heroin, the sharing of needles leads to ... Read More »