Category: Health

Rough Flu Season Causing Supply Shortages At Some Doctors’ Offices, Hospital

We would like to share with you a video and a story. About a topic all over the Carolinas. The Rough Flu Season Causing Supply Shortages At Some Doctors’ Offices, Hospitals. Rough Flu Season Causing Supply Shortages At Some Doctors’

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Eduardo Mendez Hernandez, 44 still missing

Winston-Salem Journal reported today for some community assistants if they no where Eduardo Mendez Hernandez, 44, May be.   Police and search dogs will search for Hernandez along Stagecoach Road Authorities will conduct a large-scale search Monday for a partially

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Rabies Alert in Mooresville Lee State Park

Mooresville, NC (AH) – A raccoon in Mooresville tested positive for rabies and was successfully removed from Lee State Park. Pets or stray animals with suspected exposure to any other animal that may be behaving unusually should be reported to

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Terminally Ill “Death with Dignity Law” Advocate Dies

DUBOIS and TERRENCE PETTY PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) – A terminally ill woman who renewed a nationwide debate about physician-assisted suicide has ended her young life with the lethal drugs available under Oregon’s Death With Dignity Law. Brittany Maynard was 29.

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Motrin Infants Formula Recalled

Infant Motrin recalled due to risk of plastic bits in bottle of Motrin Infants Formula. September 6, 2013 BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS WASHINGTON – Johnson & Johnson is recalling 200,000 bottles of Motrin Infants formula due to the risk that

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Ronkonkoma Beach Reopens in time for Holiday Weekend

Lake Ronkonkoma Beach reopens after another algae bloom effected the lakes water quality. Long Island NY (AH)- August 30, 2013 Lake Ronkonkoma Beach in the Town of Islip has been reopened to bathing, the Suffolk County Department of Health Services

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Dolphin Deaths on the Rise in 2013

Dolphin Deaths on the Rise in 2013 A number of things can cause dolphins to strand, including harmful algal blooms, infectious viruses, injuries due to ship strikes, pollutants and human-made runoff, NOAA said. Although the cause has not been determined, early tissue analysis showed that one suspect could be morbillivirus, an infectious pathogen, said Teri Rowles, national marine mammal stranding coordinator for NOAA Fisheries.

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Beagles stopping Diarrhea Death

It’s not unusual to see beagles in airports, sniffing suitcases for potential explosives. But hospitals? Yes hospital beagle’s are detecting the presence of Clostridium Difficile! At two Dutch hospitals, yes. After two months of training, a beagle detected the presence

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Real Chance of Love star Ahmad Givens starting Chemotherapy

chemotherapy treatments this week in order to fight off the cancer and has told local news resource’s there about it.

There is a link below to help raise money for the reality star during this medical tragedy he is facing.

Deadly new virus says CDC

Deadly new virus says CDC,The virus is a coronavirus, part of the same family of viruses as the common cold and the deadly outbreak of Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) that first emerged in Asia in 2003. The new virus is not the same as SARS, but like the SARS virus, it is similar to those found in bats

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