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Staff reporterFrom peanuts to milk and even chocolate, people can be allergic to just about anything. Susan Gratza is raising two children with severe food allergies. She says getting proper treatment and knowing more about the condition has helped her to raise her...
Tags: Health, Allergies, Physical Conditions, Blood, Stuffy Nose
SALEM, Aug. 30 - A farm known for decades as Carl B's place is home to about 40 dairy goats and a homebased business named for the owner's grandfather. The idea of raising goats came from Julie Kolbeck's mother and brother. "My mom had always wanted...
Tags: Farms, Livestock Farming, Coconut, Health, Milk
firstname.lastname@example.orgJenny Menzel spent almost the first decade of adulthood feeling sick without knowing why. The symptoms first began just after high school graduation for then 18-year-old Menzel of Aberdeen. The years that followed included numerous doctor visits...
A northeast side elementary school is apologizing to an Indianapolis mother and her six-year-old son after he suffered an allergic reaction in class and was not treated. Tyler Ashcraft was covered in hives and swollen on his face when his mother picked...
FORT WAYNE, Ind. (AP) — State health officials are crediting a northern Indiana doctor correctly diagnosing five family members with the measles as a key factor in containing the potential outbreak to 14 cases. The Journal Gazette reports (http://...
FOX 17 News Reporter2 Dogs that went missing from a home in Ada early Tuesday morning turned up in Grand Haven on Wednesday, both with extensive road rash. The Anderson family from Ada reported the dogs missing after they found their sliding glass door and a crate that...
The state Department of Health is advising the public of potential exposure to a case of measles in Berks, Bucks, Delaware and Lehigh counties. This possible exposure is in direct link to the July 11 exposure previously reported at the Rite Aid Drug...
The 33 NewsNorth Texas is on a hot streak of the worst kind--26 consecutive days of 100 degree temperatures. When the heat is on like it is something has to give--and lately it's been the skin. Dr. Melissa Rubenstein said she's seen a spike in patients at North...
Tags: Health, Physical Conditions, Hydrocortisone, Human Body, Skin
Some of us spend our entire lives looking for the kind of love that I seem to have garnered, and it happened without my really knowing or understanding why. You see, for whatever reason, I appear to be almost a mythical-type god to the insect universe. ...
FOX40 NewsAmador County Public Health confirmed the county’s first human case of the West Nile virus Thursday. The patient was admitted to Sutter Amador Hospital and diagnosed with neuroinvasive West Nile. The person was later discharged and is recovering at...
The sweltering heat may make a trip to the lake seem like a great idea. But officials have issued warnings at one popular Kansas lake due to a bloom of toxic blue-green algae. Officials say that the algae growth at Perry Lake could cause serious skin...
ALBA -- Public health officials are reminding parents to check their children's immunization records after several cases of chickenpox were reported in Antrim County. The outbreak affects students at Concord Montessori and Community School in Alba, but...
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