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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...
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...
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...
The Hartford CourantYup, that's me. I'm the guy with long sleeves and long pants out in wilderness in the dead of summer. Who the heck would wear long pants tucked into his socks with no skin exposed except his face, neck and hands when the temperature climbs into the 90s? A...
Tags: Headaches, Human Body, Old Lyme, Lyme Disease, Skin
Giant & Martin'sAfter being informed by Cargill, GIANT Food Stores and MARTIN'S Food Markets are alerting customers to a voluntary recall of Shady Brook Farms ground turkey brand products due to possible salmonella contamination. The following product is being recalled:...
On Wednesday, Aug. 3, Murdick's Famous Fudge, 230 Bridge St. issued a voluntary recall for several recently produced products out of concern that eating the products could make consumers sick. According to a release issued late Wednesday afternoon by the...
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LANSING, Mich. (AP) — Health officials say three Michigan women who reported consuming raw milk have been diagnosed with a rare bacterial infection called Q fever. The Michigan Department of Community Health says that the raw milk was from a...
Tags: Headaches, Abdominal Pain, Fever, Symptoms, Michigan
South Dakota researchers want to know if the deer tick infesting Minnesota is moving into this state. A new tick project monitors several eastern South Dakotan woodland areas to search for the deer tick, a vector for Lyme disease, said Michael Hildreth,...
Tags: Human Body, Lyme Disease, Health, Fever, Fatigue
Beach Beat - Orlando SentinelLocal lifeguards are starting to see more heat stroke and heat exhaustion at the beach. Of course, there's nothing like swimming in the ocean to cool off in this 90-degree temperature. The Florida Department of Health also sent out its annual reminders on...
TribLocal - Crystal Lake » NewsCases of Lyme disease are on the rise in McHenry County with more than double the reported cases through the same time period last year. …...
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