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Journal ColumnistI tend to be a homebody. Not much truly exciting ever happens to me, and I usually like it that way. This past Saturday’s trip to Lexington was a treat, and I looked forward to a day “on the town.” One stop was at a clinic giving free...
It's that time of year again. Cooler weather means the flu virus isn't far behind. Signs and clinics are popping up around the area reminding people to get their shots early. Before the weather turns really cold and people start getting sick, now is...
Another planting and harvest season is complete. What a wonderful way to approach the holidays, which was not the case two years ago. I would like to take this “minute” to do a little reflection on Agricultural and our Country's blessings. On Veteran'...
Tags: Social Media, Agriculture, Facebook, YouTube, Media Industry
It's the time of year once again for body aches, intense coughing and fever — common symptoms of seasonal flu. But the good news is that more and more people are getting flu shots, guarding them against complications that could land them in the...
County coronerSeptember through May is the typical season for becoming infected with the flu or influenza virus. Most of us know a little about it, but we all should be aware of certain facts, such as how we get the flu, how its spread, and how we can prevent it. The...
Tags: Diseases and Illnesses, Asthma, Diabetes, Chemicals, Flu
Overall, Americans are just plain exhausted—and it isn’t surprising. Society tells us (not very subtly, either) that we need to perform to a certain standard, look a certain way, weigh a certain number, make a certain amount of money, and much...
The swine industry has bounced back from the “swine flu” hysteria of 2009. Remember? Spreading across the world was a new strain of influenza, dubbed “swine flu” by the media because its genetic makeup included pieces of influenza viruses only known to...
The 33 NewsCity Vet's Dr. Jana Bryant is educating dog owners about a new illness targeting their pets -- Canine Influenza, or "dog flu." Bryant said, "We`re not being alarmist about this disease, but we definitely want to be proactive. Because it is a disease...
Tags: Bird Flu, Flu, Common Cold, Health, Drugs and Medicines
How prepared is Virginia for a bioterrorism attack or a new disease outbreak? In last year's annual report, "Ready or Not?" by the Trust for America's Health and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, the state scored a nine out of 10 on indicators for...
As the influenza season heads in, Carol Baker, who chairs the National Foundation for Infectious Diseases' Childhood Influenza Immunization Coalition, answers some common questions about the flu vaccine. Baker is a professor of pediatrics, molecular...
Her decision to give $500 bonuses to 155 employees for their work in combating the H1N1 flu virus has state Health Secretary Doneen Hollingsworth under scrutiny from the Legislature’s auditors. Members of the Legislature’s government...
Imperial Valley Press Staff WriterSEELEY — Three inmates at Centinela State Prison have been released from quarantine this week following their exposure to the H1N1 virus, a spokesman said Thursday. The Level 4 inmates kept in quarantine for seven days from Feb. 1 through Wednesday...
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