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firstname.lastname@example.orgSPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- We are getting closer to a new year which means the actual flu season is right around the corner. The peak of flu season is January or February. But this year, the illness has made an earlier appearance -. One that is spreading...
Tags: Flu Vaccine, Flu, Symptoms, Fever
The Sacramento BeeUC Davis researchers have discovered swine flu in California elephant seals, but the marine mammals don't exhibit any large runny noses. The scientists detected the H1N1 virus in free-ranging northern elephant seals off the Central California coast a...
The Sacramento BeeUC Davis researchers have discovered swine flu in California elephant seals, but the marine mammals don't exhibit any large runny noses. The scientists detected the H1N1 virus in free-ranging northern elephant seals off the central California coast a...
The Jamestown Sun, N.D.However welcome they are after a long winter, sunshine and springtime do bring with them some unwelcome visitors that spread disease -- ticks. Health officials from the North Dakota Department of Health and Central Valley Health District are reminding...
Tags: Lyme Disease, Headaches, Flu, Fatigue, Cardiac Arrhythmia
NewsdayJ.R. Smith started getting the chills Friday night and Mike Woodson said he had a temperature of 102 Saturday morning. Smith clearly felt the effects of the virus he had, but he played nearly 25 minutes in the Knicks' 82-71 loss to Indiana. He was 4-...
NewsdayLyme disease is a growing threat on Long Island and elsewhere in the world, say local scientists who have developed a new vaccine against three strains of the bacterial infection. The vaccine was recently launched in clinical trials in Europe, where...
The Valley News-Dispatch, Tarentum, Pa.When Vic Quinio was diagnosed with Lyme disease late last year, he was just happy for an answer as to why he had debilitating vertigo and other painful complications that hospitalized him twice. Doctors couldn't figure out what was wrong. Quinio is...
Cape Cod Times, Hyannis, Mass.Under normal circumstances, an invitation to ride in an open convertible in today's Brewster in Bloom parade would have 11-year-old Lauren Dalpe breaking out a warrior princess costume. But Lauren's family lost its grip on normal life when the child...
Detroit Free PressStudents at Troy High School in Troy are being tested for tuberculosis today after a student there tested positive for the infectious disease. District spokeswoman Kerry Birmingham said the Oakland County Health Division is conducting testing . A...
The Daily Times, Farmington, N.M.A mystery disease raced through the Four Corners 20 years ago, claiming lives and spreading fear and stigma. Eventually, officials from the public health department and the Centers for Disease Control traced the virus' origin. The Four Corners was the...
If your eyes are itching and your nose is running, chances are you know that allergy season already is starting up. So what's an allergy sufferer to do to make it through? Dr. Anju Peters, a fellow allergy sufferer and an associate professor of medicine...
The month is roaring in like a lion. After last year's drought conditions in the Upper Midwest, farmers certainly appreciate the largesse of white stuff. For the gardeners eager to get out there and dig in the mud, spring may seem farther away than ever....
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