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L.A. NOWHealth officials say they have confirmed the year's first human death from the West Nile Virus in San Bernardino County....
Vital Signs Health Blog - Orlando SentinelWest Nile Virus has hit the nation hard this summer, with nearly 2,000 cases to date. While parts of the country can relax as cooler months set in, local health department officials say Floridians are still not in the clear. Twenty-eight cases of the...
CW News ReporterA spokesman for a hotel and conference center near Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport confirmed that a guest was briefly hospitalized for Legionnaire’s disease Wednesday. The water supply at the Supermedia Hotel and Conference Center near DFW...
The Marion County Public Health Department announced Monday mosquitoes carrying the West Nile virus were detected in Marion County. Health officials said the sightings have occurred two weeks earlier than normal, which is due to the hot, dry weather...
Hundreds of Marylanders may need spinal taps as public health leaders seek to rein in a fungal meningitis outbreak that continues to expand as more is learned about the unusual cases. Health officials said Wednesday that they still are working to contact...
Sometimes, Yajaira Rivera would storm out of school in frustration during the middle of the day. Other times, she was told to leave. And then there were the many days she simply stayed at home, avoiding both trouble and the classrooms where she was...
CW33 NewsOfficials in Dallas, Tarrant, Denton and Collin counties say human cases of West Nile virus are present. They also say batches of disease-carrying mosquitoes tested positive in areas across North Texas. “State health experts say West Nile...
CHARLEVOIX -- John Jarema responded Thursday to a lawsuit filed against him by a former employee of his, Shaynee Fanara. The outgoing Charlevoix County prosecutor denied all six counts brought against him and against Charlevoix County by his former...
In the 20 years she's lived on the outskirts of Salisbury, Arlene White said she'd never noticed anything unusual about her tap water. Now, though, White and dozens of neighbors are drinking bottled water and limiting their bathing after tests found...
PETOSKEY — This past summer, Karen Bissonette asked her doctor if she could have just three more months. The 63-year-old Indian River woman was on medication to control high blood pressure. Her doctor wanted her to take cholesterol lowering...
Ah, summer. A time for all sorts of fun activities — hikes, cookouts, pool days, bike rides and more. And ow, summer. A time for all kinds of seasonal injuries and health emergencies. such as burns from the grill, tick bites, heat stroke and...
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