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The sniffling and sneezing hasn’t kicked in yet, but experts are already warning people to get vaccinated for the flu early. The vaccine has been delivered to many hospitals and clinics. After the 2009 swine flu outbreak, experts say the number...
It's hard not to love nature this time of the year. Our forests are verdant, our rivers free flowing, the air clear and cool (OK, maybe not so much some days but stick with me) and our wildlife full of scamper and renewal. It's the same pretty much...
Monroe County Fair officials broke the news to 4-Hers and their families Tuesday, July 31. Vets have been checking the health of every pig at this year's fair. Some pigs are being sent home after showing signs of the Swine Flu. The threat of Swine...
Tags: Flu, Family, Auction Service, Symptoms
Pigs arriving at the Indiana State Fairgrounds this week had their temperatures taken before being allowed out of their trailers, after cases of swine flu at county fairs. There were four confirmed cases of swine flu in people at the La Porte County...
Tags: Diseases and Illnesses
The Center for Disease and Control reported Friday 12 additional human infections with swine influenza A (H3N2) was confirmed in three states, including Indiana. One case was reported in Hawaii, 10 cases in Ohio and one in Indiana. The CDC said all...
State Fair officials dismissed all animals from the Swine Barn following concerns over swine flu Monday. The Board of Animal Health recommended dismissing the animals one day earlier than scheduled after six pigs in the 4-H show developed temperatures...
More than a dozen cases of swine flu have been reported in Indiana and that number could go up in the coming days. The State Health Department said Tuesday that 14 people have tested positive for the flu in six Indiana counties. The Bloomington Herald...
Tags: Flu, Medical Procedures and Tests, Health
More than 100 Hoosiers now have confirmed cases of the swine flu, and the Indiana Department of Health expects that number to keep growing. In all, 113 cases have now been confirmed in 18 counties across Indiana. There are still no confirmed cases in...
Tags: Flu, Viral Diseases and Infections, Health, Vaccines
Once again, the county fairs are in full swing. As in previous years, our practice is busy visiting many of the pigs, steers, sheep, goats and dairy cattle that will be shown at the Somerset County fair this year. There is a welcome change this year...
The cutesy, hackneyed frights of Halloween will come as a welcome reprieve to the real-life terrors we've lived through this year. Ghastly stories of unemployment and bankruptcies have been an everyday occurrence. And even with the good news Thursday that...
Three days into the local swine-flu panic, Walt Disney World had yet to get in front of it and assure visitors that it's doing everything possible to keep its parks and hotels safe. Disney has stayed largely silent this week in response to reports of a...
Just when it seemed like things couldn't get worse for Orange County's tourist tax, the region's largest overseas leisure market went up in a cloud of smoke. Mayor Buddy Dyer, meet Eyjafjallajokull. Ash from the tongue-twister Icelandic volcano that...
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