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firstname.lastname@example.orgROCKAWAY BEACH, Mo. -- A man and his dog are recovering from a vicious attack from a pit bull terrier several days ago. Larry Still says he was taking his dog for an evening stroll and ended up in the emergency room. Still says a man was asking him...
Tags: Rabies, Animal Attacks
Every day, health professionals and scientists working in universities and hospitals across the country see the hope that medical research brings to patients treated at their institutions. However, the Appropriations Committee in the House of...
Our featured pets this week are Holiday and Jeep. Holiday is a beautiful, black cat with gorgeous, golden eyes. She came to the humane society as a stray just a few days before Christmas, thus her name became Holiday. This gentle girl is way past due...
The 2010 federal healthcare law will make health coverage available to millions of the uninsured, but it won't reach all of them. In California, county health officials and the Brown administration are now tussling over how much to spend on the...
Tags: Politics, Jerry Brown, Human Rights, Flu, Healthcare Policies
Summer health, safety tips The Department of Health offers sun and water safety tips, Lyme disease information for prevention and detection, as well as food safety recommendations designed to reduce the risk of food-borne illnesses at picnics,...
Tags: Lab Tests, Bipolar Disorder, Politics, Colon Cancer, Depression
Allentown Health Bureau officials are seeking to identify two men who helped rescue a boy's pet dog being attacked by a raccoon on Thursday morning. The attack happened around 6 a.m. in the 2000 block of Fernor Street. City officials issued a news...
Tags: Politics, Allentown, Rabies, Public Officials, Government
Spring calving season should be wrapping up soon for most cow calf operations and the attention will soon be turned to preparing for next spring's calving season. The first step in that preparation is to get the cows pregnant again. Whether a bull breeds...
Our featured pets this week are Archer and Marshall. Archer is a handsome, adult cat. He’s white with black spots and has a cute bobbed-tail. Archer is outgoing and friendly with people and lives in one of our “kitty condos" where he gets...
EllingtonThe Town of Ellington, in cooperation with the Ellington Center Animal Clinic and The Ellington Farmers Market, is holding a rabies clinic on Saturday, June 8, from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. at the Farmers Market, which is located at Arbor Park on Rt. 286/Main...
A new immunization policy at the Aberdeen Area Humane Society might cost a little more, but the benefits to the animals, shelter workers and their future owners are worth the extra money, said Carole Kiesz, a board member. About two months ago, the...
Tags: Leukemia, Hospitals and Clinics, Rabies, Health
A fox in Danville has tested positive for rabies. The fox was found in the Fairlawn Drive part of the city. According to the Virginia Department of Health, rabies is preventable in animals through vaccinations, but fatal to both animals and humans...
Meetings McKinney Elementary School Council — 10 a.m., Thursday. Lincoln County/Cedar Creek Planning Commission — 7 p.m. June 4 at the Lincoln County Courthouse, basement floor. Items on the agenda include: proposed text amendment to...
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