Tripp Halstead will have a 13th surgery on Friday, but this time it's considered "minor" to remove his gall bladder.
Tripp Halstead remained in the hospital on Tuesday as he suffered from an inflamed pancreas, gall stones and elevated liver enzymes
The Duluth Seventh Day Adventist church will have an eight-week health challenge that starts this week.
The session will teach attendees the difference between Dementia and Delirium.
Tripp Halstead left the hospital on Friday, five months after he sustained a traumatic brain injury when a tree fell on his head. He was welcomed at a grandparents house with decorations and a cake.
A colorful tribute to children who have died from pediatric cancer is on display through Saturday at Mall Of Georgia.
Tripp Halstead recovered from his 12th surgery on Wednesday, which was meant to fix problems related to a shunt in his head. If problems persist, the family may get a second opinion at Johns Hopkins in Maryland.
Two people injured in a motorcycle crash with a trailer on March 16 have been identified by Duluth Police.
Gwinnett Medical Center has established a policy to address addictive medications, which may lead to overdose deaths. An emergency department physician said he's seen progress since the policy was introduced a month ago.
A cardiology practice with locations around Gwinnett and the metro Atlanta area has joined the Gwinnett Medical Group.
Each week the Daily Post takes a snapshot of restaurant scores from around the county that have been released by the Gwinnett County Health Department.
The Facebook page "Tripp Halstead Updates" was frozen for 24 hours after a false report about obscene or offensive material.
Sports Medicine South of Lawrenceville will have a groundbreaking on Wednesday for a new 7,000 square foot expansion and renovation.
Cornerstone Baptist Church in Lawrenceville will host a stroke and osteoporosis screening next month.
Tripp Halstead had an 11th surgery on Monday, which inserted a shunt in his head and removed fluid drains. He also had Botox injected into his legs, which was designed to make them more flexible.