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LANSING, Mich. (AP) — A wild turkey from Gratiot County in mid-Michigan has tested positive for the West Nile virus. The state Department of Community Health says in a release Friday that the positive testing was confirmed by the Michigan State...
The unfolding mysteries of the illness known as Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus already have the makings of an epidemiological thriller, and two newly published case reports offer grist for whoever writes the screenplay based on the latest...
firstname.lastname@example.orgSPRINGFIELD, Mo. - Health officials at the state level in Missouri are sending out extra doses of a common vaccine to health departments in the Ozarks. The state got a federal grant to get more of the TDAP vaccine to send to health departments....
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FORT WAYNE, Ind. (AP) — Health officials say people who ate or drank at a Fort Wayne restaurant who have not already been vaccinated for hepatitis A should get the vaccination. Allen County Health Commissioner Deborah McMahan tells The Journal...
Tags: Vaccines, Preventative Medicine, Wayne, Symptoms, Abdominal Pain
After two women trying to inoculate Pakistani children against polio were shot this week, some news accounts were quick to place blame: "Anti-polio workers started being attacked after a Pakistani doctor, Shakeel Afridi, ran a fake polio campaign in the...
The Hartford CourantJulie Armstrong wants women to act quickly when they suspect something is wrong with their bodies, because she did not. Dr. George Stohr wants women to know the importance of mammograms. Lindsey Donato is passionate about raising money in honor of her...
Imagine, for a moment, what might happen if science succeeds in eradicating disease and people live far longer than they do today. Do we toast to the extra years spent embracing loved ones and traveling the planet (maybe other planets?) and learning new...
Tags: Demographics, Sociology, Obituaries, Conservation, Culture
SYRIA-MICHIGAN Family of mom dead in Syria had prior FBI contact BURTON, Mich. (AP) — The aunt of a 33-year-old Michigan mother killed during fighting in Syria says relatives were contacted by the FBI after she took a previous trip to the Middle...
Los Angeles TimesTo hear Republicans -- and some Democrats -- in Congress talk, you'd think food-stamp dollars just disappear into a black hole. The prevailing debate in the Senate and House versions of the farm bill, which contains funding for food stamps (the...
Consumers are advised not to eat Townsend Farms Organic Antioxidant Blend of frozen berries sold through Costco stores as they may be linked to a multistate outbreak of hepatitis A infections, the California Department of Public Health said Friday. To...
The USDA has confirmed that porcine epidemic diarrhea virus (PEDV) has been identified in the United States for the first time through testing at the National Veterinary Services Laboratory. This is not a new virus, nor is it a regulatory/reportable...
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