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We're into February, traditionally when flu season peaks, and there's been barely a hint of the illness on the Peninsula, statewide or even across the country. "We really haven't seen much flu yet. I think the important word is yet," says David Trump,...
Maybe you had a granny whose raspy voice you still hear rattling around your head every time you feel a cold coming on. "Feed a cold, starve a fever." Or, wait, is it the other way around? Maybe every time you stick a hand in the fridge, foraging for...
World NowMalaria could be killing twice as many people as experts have believed, a new study suggests. It estimates that 1.2 million people died of the disease in 2010, nearly twice as many as estimated by the World Health Organization, which is skeptical of the...
Two people in the same Kansas City, Kan. apartment complex are fighting active tuberculosis. Joe Connor, director of the Unified Government Health Department confirms two active cases of TB at Bethany Towers Park at 1131 Central. The first was reported to...
Two people in the same Kansas City, Kan. apartment complex are fighting active tuberculosis. Joe Connor, director of the Unified Government Health Department confirms two active cases of TB at Bethany Park Towers at 1131 Central. The first was reported...
The 33 NewsAn 89 year-old Dallas County resident died after being sickened by cantaloupes that may be part of a multi-state recall. Dallas County Health and Human Services learned today that the county's fourth case of listeria is related to cantaloupes from...
email@example.comFall means shorter days, brighter colored trees and foliage. Fall also signals the kickoff of the flu-shot season, and the Jessamine County Health Department is urging residents to get the shot. “If you get a flu shot, it lasts for about a year,&...
WASHINGTON — If you’ve hit the beach, chances are you’ve experienced an unfortunate rite of summer: The sunburn. Skin so swollen it hurts to bend. The heat that rises from reddened shoulders. The “ow, ow, ow” from the shower...
Tags: Skin, Health, Colleges and Universities, Headaches, Skin Cancer
pix11.comMultiple cases of the potentially fatal Legionnaire's disease have been tracked to the Aria Resort & Casino in Las Vegas, the hotel warned on its website. Six cases of the dangerous pneumonia were reported in Atlanta, and the Centers for Disease...
On these cool, quiet nights, I can hear the drums echoing throughout western Maryland in the same rhythmic beat, from as far away as Garrett, Allegany and Washington's reservations. But these days, the loudest sounds come from the drums in Carroll and...
There is not a lot of opportunity for instant gratification when practicing veterinary medicine on livestock. Much of the time, after treating an animal, we leave directions for the farmer for follow up when necessary. Often it can be weeks before we...
Tags: Diseases and Illnesses, Health
The Shelby County Health Department said they have been made aware of an outbreak of pneumonia in school-aged children. The department said 20 students, primarily elementary and middle school students, have shown a similar chest X-ray pattern, and...
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