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Q13 FOX News OnlineSeptember 23 is the first day of Fall, and that means flu season is right around the corner. Flu shots are widely available at many health care providers in Washington, according to the Washington Department of Health (WDOH). Flu is a serious disease...
Tags: Health, Vaccines, Flu Vaccine, Asthma, Pharmaceuticals
Reactions to former Gov. Bill Janklow's announcement on Friday that he has terminal brain cancer: "He was phenomenal and still is a brilliant person with a photographic memory," said Julie Johnson, executive director of Absolutely! Aberdeen. "I...
Tags: Human Body, Health, Duane Sutton, U.S. Senate, Brain
KIAHNo one wants to get the chicken pox, especially when you're older. But now parents are so scared their kids will get the lil red bumps they are taking matters into their own hands. Weary of the chickenpox vaccine, some parents are actually subjecting...
Influenza has hit Northern Michigan, according to local public health officials. Over the last three weeks, schools in the area reporting “flu-like illness” to the Health Department of Northwest Michigan have steadily increased. The health...
While facing a debilitating disease, ALS, that would later bear his name, Lou Gehrig once said‚ “I may have caught a bad break, but I‚’ve got an awful lot to live for.” Nowhere is this positive attitude and love for life...
Staff ReporterSurgeons in one York County hospital are using new technology to make surgeries safer with faster recovery time. Dr. Christopher Evans with Memorial Hospital is one of just a few surgeons in the area performing single incision surgeries through the belly...
More than 100 cancer survivors celebrated their victory over cancer at Glendale Memorial Hospital Thursday evening during a patriotic themed event. Each survivor wore a red, white and blue-striped ribbon and enjoyed a meal with friends and family as they...
Tags: Health, Nursing, Radiology, Oncology, Human Interest
Alaska state Rep. Sharon Cissna, D-Anchorage, returned to Seattle Saturday to kick off her nationwide campaign against TSA pat-downs. In February, TSA agents called for a pat-down of Cissna because they spotted something unusual in the body scan....
Tags: Human Body, Alaska, Health, Sharon Cissna, Human Interest
It began at Howard Community College four years ago as a smoking cessation program, but apparently few students were willing to kick the habit via auricular acupuncture — a form of alternative medicine that involves insertion of fine needles into...
firstname.lastname@example.orgAt least five positive cases of canine parvovirus have been identified at the Humane Society of Washington County, forcing the shelter to stop accepting dogs until further notice. Officials with the shelter questioned if the troubled economy is...
Meagan Kelleher, Web ProducerPattie Petty, the wife of former NASCAR driver Kyle Petty, has revealed that she has Parkinson's disease. It was confirmed through a new test at the University of Kansas Hospital. Petty talked exclusively with FOX 4 medical reporter Meryl Lin McKean,...
Tags: Human Body, Mood Swings, Hospitals and Clinics, NASCAR, Symptoms
Special to Tribune Newspapers"Dead End in Norvelt" By Jack Gantos Farrar Straus Giroux, $15.99, ages 9-12 Twelve-year-old "Jack Gantos," (part autobiographical, part fictional) is grounded. Jack gets in trouble easily, and his chronic nosebleeds mark the spot(s). His hometown,...
Tags: Nosebleeds, Gantos Incorporated
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